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Specializing in Hopi Indian Jewelry, Hopi Jewelry, Hopi silver, Hopi silver jewelry, Hopi silver overlay jewelry including Hopi buckles and Hopi Bolo ties..

Hopi Bracelets

96180044 Hopi Bracelet

Three views were needed to see all of the features on this lovely bracelet by young Hopi Silversmith, Clinessia Lucas.  Surrounding a piece of "max ingot" (IPS e.max ingot), Clinessia describes the designs on this tufa and overlay piece as follows: "The hummingbird on the stone, the dragonflies and butterflies are sending out prayers and blessings to that they can bring beauty, pollination and moisture to Mother Earth so we can have a good harvest."  The piece measures a total of 6 inches around the inside which includes the 1 inch opening.  The width at the stone is 7/8 tapering down to 1/2 an inch at the back.  Clinessia's hallmark a Bear Paw with corn stalk beneath it is stamped on the reverse side.
961-80044                                                                        $400.00

Hopi Silversmith/Goldsmith, Roy Talahaftewa calls this piece "Blessings".  The designs used are Tawa, Father Sun, clouds, rainfall and lightning, with a big water swirl with prayer feathers.  The textured area on top are water waves.  The bracelet measures 1 inch tapering down to 5/8 of an inch wide at the back and a total of 6 3/8 inches around the inside (including the opening).  Roy's Water Bug hallmark is stamped on the inside.  Highly polished and filled with wonderful spirit!
961-70110                                                                     $730.00

96170110 Hopi Bracelet

In the latest First American Art Magazine, Silversmith Gerald Lomaventema discusses his use of coin silver in the creation of his latest work.  Although an old technique, Gerald is bringing the art form back as seen in these two bracelets shown below.  To learn more please visit the Hopi Silversmiths page and select Gerald's name.

96180023 Hopi Bracelet

Turtle is featured on this coin silver bracelet along with the four directions and the swirl indicating the entrance into the Spirit world.  It measures 1 1/8 inches wide and a total of 6 5/8 inchesaround the inside of the piece, which includes the 1 inch opening.  It weighs just under 5 ounces.  Gerald's hallmark and clan symbol, the Bear Paw along with the "coin silver" designation is stamped on the inside.
961-80023                                                                   $1,200.00

This bracelet is also made with coin silver, measures 1 inch wide and a total of 6 1/4 inches around the inside which includes a 7/8 of an inch opening.  It weighs 3.4 ounces.  This features a mimbres design seen on pottery which shows flying insects and as Gerald told us, "the swirl is an entrance into the Spirit world."  It is stamped on the inside with Gerald's Bear Paw hallmark and the "coin silver" designation.
961-80025                                                      $800.00 

 

96180025

We are pleased to offer some lovely Hopi bracelets by Silversmith, Tim Mowa.  Each of them have a satin finish and carry Tim's hallmark, an inverted triangle representing the Sun's Mouth on the reverse side. 

96140047 Hopi Bracelet

A slightly narrower bracelet at 3/8 of an inch, features a classic wave and cloud design.  With a 3/4 of an inch opening, the total inside dimension is 6 1/4 inches.
961-40047                                      $120.00

A village scene and classic wave pattern are shown on this bracelet measuring 1/2 tapering down to 1/4 of an inch wide.  Including the 3/4 of an inch opening, the total inside dimension is 6 1/2 inches.
961-40044                                                                $180.00

96140044 Hopi Bracelet
96130141 Hopi Bracelet

A classic wave and cloud design appears on this satin-finished bracelet measuring 3/8 of an inch wide and a total of 6 7/8 inches around the inside, which includes the 1 inch opening. 
961-30141                                                             $270.00

This wonderful, highly polished, large-sized bracelet features a trickling water design and was expertly crafted by Hopi Silversmith, Anderson Koinva.  It measures 2 inches wide and a total of  7 1/8 inches around the inside, which includes a 1 inch opening.  Anderson's hallmark, the Rising Sun with a Snake is stamped on the inside.
961-80017                                                                                 $1,200.00

96180017 Hopi Bracelet
96140085

This gorgeous, highly polished Hopi bracelet with turquoise comes to us from Silversmith, Marcus Coochwikvia.  Designed for a very small wrist, this piece measures 1 1/2 inches wide and a total of 6 1/8 inches around the inside, which includes a generous 1 1/4 inch opening.  The two views of the bracelet show an eagle design with lightning, clouds and rain on one side and a bear with many weather symbols on its body along with a prayer shrine on the other side.  Marcus' initials, his hallmark appear on the inside.
961-40085                                                                          $1,150.00

A simply designed silver and gold overlay bracelet by Silversmith, Watson Honanie.  In 14 karat gold overlay silver, designs for migration and lightning surround the piece.  It measures 7/16 of an inch wide and a total of 6 1/2 inches around the inside, which includes 7/8 of an inch opening.  Watson's hallmark, Bear Paw with Friendship Marks is stamped on the inside.
961-50056                                                                                                                               $950.00

96150056 Hopi Bracelet
96160060 Hopi Bracelet

A stylized Hopi wave pattern appears on this very highly polished bracelet by Silversmith, Ramon Dalangyawma.  It measures 1/2 of an inch wide and a total of 6 3/8 inches around the inside, which includes a generous 1 1/4 inch opening.  Because Ramon likes to use very heavy gauge silver, it is worth mentioning that this piece is also 1/16 of an inch thick.  Ramon's last name is his hallmark and is stamped on the inside.
961-60060                                             $220.00

96130217 Hopi Bracelet

"The Kokopelli is the representative of fertility.  They pray and play their flutes to Tawa-ee-Ta-na (Sun, our Father) to bless us with rain for our corn.  Corn is the main food by which Hopi survive.  When we came up from the 'si-pa-pu' (entrance into the fourth world) the people were given corn, a planting stick and a jar of water by Ma-sau the deity who this world belongs.  He said if we are able and willing to toil and to live a simple life by using the tools he gave us, we were welcome to stay..the easy life in the third world led to corruption and then the destruction of that world." (As told to us by Dorothy Poleyma-Kyasyousie)
This highly polished bracelet measures 1/2 of an inch wide and is a total of 6 5/8 inches around the inside, which includes the 1 inch opening.  Beautifully crafted by Ray Kyasyousie!
961-30217                                                                                                                                                                              $270.00

96180018 Hopi Bracelet

Prayer Shrines and Corn surround this highly polished bracelet by Silversmith, Anderson Koinva.  It measures 1 inch wide and a total of 6 3/4 inches around the inside which includes the 1 inch opening.  Anderson's hallmark, the Rising Sun with Snake is stamped on the inside of the slightly convex piece.
961-80018                                                            $450.00

The following bracelet by Victor Coochwytewa was purchased many years ago from the Kopavi Gallery in Sedona, AZ.  Thus it carries the Kopavi, Flute Player logo as well as Victor's Rain Cloud hallmark on the inside. To learn more about Victor and his designs (including this one), see Chapter 4 of Zena Pearlstone's book, Hopi Gold Hopi Silver.

96090110

A village scene with deer dancers in the foreground (sticks are carried in the hands to emulate the front legs of the deer) cover this highly polished bracelet by Silversmith, Victor Coochwytewa.  It measures 3/4 of an inch wide with a total inner dimension of 6 3/8 inches which includes a 1 1/8 inch opening.
960-90110                                                                                                                               $2,500.00

96150078 Hopi Bracelet
96150138 Hopi Bracelet

Two bears amble beneath Tawa the Sun Father, carrying prayers for clouds and rain, which will bring a healthy crop of corn.  This highly polished piece measures 1/2 an inch wide and a total of 6 3/4 inches around the inside, which includes a 1 inch opening.  Very nicely crafted by Silversmith, Chris Mansfield, it carries his initials on the inside.
961-50138                                     $180.00

Inspired by a recent trip to Mexico,  Silversmith, Merle Namoki created this piece with parrots and Mayan temple steps surrounding a lovely piece of Red Mountain turquoise.  This highly polished bracelet measures 1/2 of an inch wide and a total of 6 5/8 inches around the inside, which includes a 1 inch opening.  Merle's hallmark, the Sun's Forehead or Rising Sun is stamped on the inside.
961-50078                                                $400.00

96180026 Hopi Bracelet

This lovely satin finished bracelet features alternating storm clouds and prayer feathers (they are always praying for moisture at Hopi!).  Beautifully crafted by Silversmith, Weaver Selina, this piece measures 1/2 of an inch wide and a total of 8 1/2 inches around the inside, which includes a generous 1 3/8 inches opening.  Weaver's hallmark and clan symbol, the Rising Sun is stamped on the inside.
961-80026                                                                                                                   $350.00

96170123 Hopi Bracelet

This magnificent coin silver bracelet (three views of the same piece) was created by Hopi Silversmith, Merle Namoki.  It is entitled: Balancing the World.  Merle explains the design in his own words:
"The design is of balancing the world.  We have the Force's of Nature & Disasters which we call (Kooyaniskatsii )in Hopi..out of balance. Turquoise, represents the Heart of the people.  If we put our Hearts together as one we could control & balance the Force's of Nature and live long healthy lives. We look to the Sun, Clouds, Moon & Stars to guide us on the right path." 
This piece is totally made out of coin silver even the bezel surrounding the #8 turquoise at the center.  Merle also made the stamps used to make the designs.   It measures 7/8 of an inch wide (1 1/8 inches across the turquoise) and a total of 7 inches around the inside which includes the opening.  It weighs 4.2 oz. or 120 grams.
Merle's hallmark is the Sun's Forehead, his Clan symbol which is stamped on the inside along with the "Coin Silver" designation.
This piece won Honorable Mention at the Hopi Show in 2017 (ribbon will be included)
961-70123                                                              $2,000.00

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