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Orville Tsinnie Turquoise Bracelet

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Orville Tsinnie Morenci Turquoise Bracelet

"Two Hummingbirds and a Flower"

Orville Tsinnie was a master Navajo silversmith noted for his early Navajo designs, his very fine workmanship and his use of high quality turquoise gemstones. 

This bracelet was originally from the John D Kennedy Collection.  Mr. Kennedy was a noted Southwest trader who partnered with CG Wallace.

In the bracelet are about 250 - 300 gms of gem turquoise... all matching and polished, turquoise nuggets.

The Turquoise is attributed to the Morenci mine. An old Phelps Dodge mine located in  Southern Arizona.

Morenci turquoise is a beautiful dark blue with a charcoal colored matrix that  flashes with traces of silver pyrite.

This bracelet is surely among Orville Tsinnie's finest. This origins of this design can be traced back to the early (circa 1880) days of Native American Jewelry.

Mr. Tsinnie's outstanding workmanship and the beautiful, now extinct, Moreni gems turns this Museum piece into a modern Classic.

This is a large bracelet.

It will fit a 6 3/4" to a 7" wrist.

On a smaller person, the bracelet can be be worn higher on your arm, above your wrist. It can  be also worn over a sweater or blouse sleeve. 

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Orville Tsinnie Morenci Turquoise Bracelet

"Two Hummingbirds and a Flower"

Orville Tsinnie was a master Navajo silversmith noted for his early Navajo designs, his very fine workmanship and his use of high quality turquoise gemstones. 

This bracelet was originally from the John D Kennedy Collection.  Mr. Kennedy was a noted Southwest trader who partnered with CG Wallace.

In the bracelet are about 250 - 300 gms of gem turquoise... all matching and polished, turquoise nuggets.

The Turquoise is attributed to the Morenci mine. An old Phelps Dodge mine located in  Southern Arizona.

Morenci turquoise is a beautiful dark blue with a charcoal colored matrix that  flashes with traces of silver pyrite.

This bracelet is surely among Orville Tsinnie's finest. This origins of this design can be traced back to the early (circa 1880) days of Native American Jewelry.

Mr. Tsinnie's outstanding workmanship and the beautiful, now extinct, Moreni gems turns this Museum piece into a modern Classic.

This is a large bracelet.

It will fit a 6 3/4" to a 7" wrist.

On a smaller person, the bracelet can be be worn higher on your arm, above your wrist. It can  be also worn over a sweater or blouse sleeve. 

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