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Narrow Cuff with Bisbee

Phil Loretto


Narrow cuff with horizontally set one red coral and turquoise, including Bisbee, plus a little accent of sugilite at one end. Silver is stamped and chiseled all over. Inside, there is a copper over the center of the bracelet.

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“Beautiful and intricate…Phil Loretto’s jewelry dazzles the eye”, according to one source. Often, it is inlaid with ultra-high quality, natural turquoise. Phil is considered a Master of modern Native jewelry. HIs famous intricacy, and use of superior stones, are visible in this remarkably handsome bracelet.

Narrow, but packed with artistry and expertise, the silver cuff is stamped and chiseled over its entirety, which gives the piece an ornamental, even embroidered, look. Across the center, is inlaid a horizontal row of fabulous stones: rich red, natural coral at one end; a center line-up of natural Bisbee, which is one of the top three rarest and most coveted turquoise; and another piece of Bisbee, paired with an accent of royal purple sugilite, at the other end. The deep hues of these splendid stones add to the rich, and somewhat archaic, look of the bracelet.

Since the artist know the pain of arthritis only too well – an occupational hazard – he has fused a band of copper to the inside of the bracelet, to help the lucky wearer to alleviate any pain from this condition. A truly holistic bracelet: thoughtful regard for health added to masterful design, materials and technique!

Handsomely noticeable on its own, this beautiful and quietly luxurious cuff will also stack well with other bracelets. Top artist and top materials, and it’s comfortable, too.


Additional information


Copper, Natural Bisbee Turquoise, Natural Red Coral, Sterling Silver

Wrist Size

5 1/8"+ 1 1/4" gap, 6 1/2" total


3/8" wide

Bracelet Sizing

Narrow Cuff with Bisbee

Measure your wrist with a soft tape measure. Run it around the wrist, not too tightly or too loosely, just in front of the wrist bone. That is the measurement that we use for each bracelet on our website.

THE “CUFF” MEASUREMENT INCLUDES THE TOTAL CIRCUMFERENCE OF THE BRACELET, INCLUDING THE GAP. The width denotes the widest part of the cuff, itself. If your wrist size is substantially greater than the bracelet’s, it will be too small.

Some bracelets may be adjusted slightly, case by case. Bracelets with inlaid stones around the entire surface cannot be sized. For any doubts, please contact us with your wrist size and information about the bracelet(s) and we can check the compatibility.