LJGREYWOLF

Florida Panther Native American Hand Tooled Leather Bracelet The Wildlife Series by LJ Greywolf

LJGREYWOLF

$ 400.00 

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Florida Panther Native American Hand Tooled Leather Bracelet The Wildlife Series by LJ Greywolf

This American Indian beaded bracelet with a woven pattern of the Florida Panther's eyes I designed myself is made with the blends of copper's, black, tans, gold's and browns. The panther breaks through this classic Southwestern Eye of the Medicine Man pattern and follows your every move.

The bracelet is hand made of oak leather. I cut and shape the leather by hand. Then I tool,stitch and stain the leather with your choice of antique stains giving this bracelet a vintage look. Heavy duty antique brass snaps are set into the leather. After I buff the leather to a high sheen, I weave and sew approximately 6,477 glass Delica 15/0 seed beads (1 mm each) with patience and care by hand onto the leather band in this Florida Panther, Mountain Lion, Cougar pattern. Each end of the beaded pattern is "triple stitched and the end strings are then bonded together. This is done to ensure that the beads do not come apart if the bracelet was to snag while wearing it.  

The bead work measures approximately 2 1/2 inches wide.

This bracelet measures approximately 2 3/4 inches wide and is available in several lengths of your choice. (7", 7 1/2", 8", 8 1/2" and 9")

Your choice of antique stains:

Antique Black
Antique Dark Brown
Antique Mahogany
Antique Tan

Not sure what size to order?

Simply take a strip of paper, wrap it around your wrist so it is comfortable. Tape it together and then cut it off. Lay the paper flat and and measure the paper and that is your size.



I enjoyed creating the bead work on this piece of finely detailed Native American jewelry. This bracelet is stamped with a makers mark and comes with a certificate of Authenticity.

This bracelet is made to order, please allow 5 business days to complete and ship your bracelet

This bracelet comes gift boxed.

Thank you for looking at my Cherokee beaded jewelry.