This sand cast bracelet by Harrison Bitsue features a beautifully simple and elegant design set with an intensely blue turquoise stone at the center. It’s a solid bracelet made in the traditional sand cast method of sterling silver.
What does sand cast mean?
“Navajo jewelers began sand casting silver around 1875; silver was melted and then poured into a mold, which would be carved from sandstone. When cooled and set, the piece normally required additional filing and smoothing.” via
Signed: “Sterling H. Bit’s”
Bracelet Fit Measurements
Bracelet Width (inside): 2 3/8″ wide
Bracelet Opening: Just about 1.25″
Oval Turquoise measuring approximately 18 x 12mm
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