The turquoise center stone is ringed with small half circles of silver here. The small, straight lines here symbolize rain, and the small circle beneath that symbolizes a star, and heaven. Turquoise is a stone of protection and success in Native American jewelry.
The classic design if an incredible example of Navajo silversmith work.
3 prongs of sterling silver form the wrist band.
Handmade by Navajo artists on the Navajo Reservation, below the Lukachukai Mountains. The artists are self-taught, and incorporate traditional Navajo symbols and themes into each piece.
Dimensions: 6.3 inch circumference; center stone 2 x 1.75 inches (H x W)