A professional rodeo cowboy and horse-trainer – and an award-winning jeweler – this multi-talented gentleman creates wonderfully individual, meticulously fashioned jewelry, like this striking bracelet.
Dramatic in its simplicity, this cuff is tufa-cast, heavy-gauge, and seemingly contemporary.
However, the gleaming band of polished silver overlaid on the textured, oxidized background, has a traditional meaning.
It refers to the flow of water, and/or flashes of lightning that accompany the rain.
Water symbols are very good luck for the Navajo, and all desert-dwelling tribes.
The narrow width makes this bracelet ideal for stacking with others, but it is just as handsome on its own.
The dark-and-bright contrast is all the decoration it needs.
Geometric, discreetly attention-getting, this is a bracelet to wear every day, with just about every sort of wardrobe.