Turquoise Chevron Beaded Copper Cuff Bracelet by LJ Greywolf
Turquoise Chevron Beaded Copper Cuff Bracelet by LJ Greywolf
Introducing the Turquoise Chevron Beaded Copper Cuff Bracelet by LJ Greywolf. This bracelet is crafted with the utmost care, featuring a blend of fire colors from the Southwest and a touch of turquoise. The base is made of copper wrapped in soft buckskin, and the seed beads are sewn onto the deerskin with precision and care. The fire colors really stand out against the Southwestern backdrop of this bracelet, making it a truly eye-catching piece. Whether you're looking for a unique addition to your jewelry collection or a perfect gift for that special someone, this bracelet is sure to impress. Add the Turquoise Chevron Beaded Copper Cuff Bracelet by LJ Greywolf to your cart today!
This bracelet measures approximately 1 1/4 inches wide and will fit wrists size of 7 to 7 1/2 inches. Custom sizes of 6 to 6 1/2 and 8 to 8 1/2 are available upon request.
A special note from LJ Greywolf:
I enjoyed creating this finely detailed beaded cuff bracelet. I think you will equally enjoy wearing it!
Thank you for looking at my beaded jewelry.
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Received the cuff bracelet yesterday for my daughters 18th birthday today. Quite simply- a stunning piece of craftsmanship. I was expecting something great, but it just blew me away. Many thanks from Lockerbie in Scotland.
Outstanding beadwork and craftsmanship the best I have ever seen.The gift box and certificate of authenticity are great shipping was great.I purchased this for my mom she loves it I am sure we will be ordering again soon. Thank you LJ Greywolf.
The workmanship on this cuff is great i wear it every day i'm very proud to wear it and i get a lot of complements on it great work Greywolf
Excellently made, a beautiful bracelet and the delivery was good with tracking info it could not be better.
Great gift for my mom, she loved it!
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Long ago—hĭlahi′yu—when the Sun became angry at the people on earth and sent a sickness to destroy them, the Little Men changed a man into a monster snake, which they called Uktena, “The Keen-eyed,” and sent him to kill her. He failed to do the work, and the Rattlesnake had to be sent instead, which made the Uktena so jealous and angry that the people were afraid of him and had him taken up to Gălûñ′lătĭ, to stay with the other dangerous things. He left others behind him, though, nearly as large and dangerous as himself, and they hide now in deep pools in the river and about lonely passes in the high mountains, the places which the Cherokee call “Where the Uktena stays.”
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