A fine example of this fine artist’s facility with traditional Navajo jewelry elements, in his own, personal interpretation.
The interesting, natural Royston turquoise, from the Southwest, is a handsome combination of leafy green with earthy browns in the matrix.
It is set off by the virtuoso, satin-finished silver work and well-balanced design. Look at the details of the silver.
Techniques include: Stamping, chiseling, domes, fluted domes – a series of rounds that complement the rectangular stone.
This “neo-traditional” style combines the charm of the past with the design savvy and skills of the present. A fine combination!