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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

96180017 Hopi Bracelet

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

This lovely satin-finished bracelet by Silversmith, Trinidad Lucas, features the face of a maiden at the center with corn on one side and waves and a prayer shrine on the other.  It measures 1 inch tapering down to 1/2 inch wide at the back.  The entire inside dimension, including the 1 inch opening is 6 7/8 inches.  Trini's hallmark, TLd inside of a bear, her clan symbol appears on the inside.  A beautifully artistic piece as we have come to expect from the vision of Trinidad Lucas!
961-30138                                                                      $450.00

96130138 Hopi Bracelet
96210032 Hopi Bracelets

We are delighted to be able to offer some of the excellent workmanship of Hopi Silversmith, Cheston Dalangyawma!  This highly polished bracelet featuring cloud and rain symbols, measures 5/8 of an inch wide and total of 6 3/8 inches around the inside, which includes a 1 1/8 inch opening.  Having learned his craft from his father, Ramon Dalangyawma, Cheston also likes working in heavy gauge silver.  Therefore, it is worth mentioning that this piece is 1/8 of an inch thick and weighs 1.9 ounces.  Cheston's hallmark, C. Dalangyawma is stamped on the inside.
962-10032                                                         $295.00

This satin-finished bracelet features three swimming turtles surrounded by waves, symbols for Mother Earth carrying the early people across the oceans.  Also, for the Hopi, anything to do with water speaks of a "life giving" force.  This piece measures 1/2 of an inch wide and a total of 6 1/4 inches  around the inside, which includes a 1 inch opening.  Beautifully crafted by Hopi Silversmith, Weaver Selina, whose Rising Sun hallmark is stamped on the inside.
962-10006                                                  $285.00

96210006 Hopi Bracelet
96190050 Hopi Bracelet

This highly polished piece was created by Hopi Silversmith, Marcus Coochwikvia.  There are many design features including: clouds, kiva ladders, waves and prayer feathers.  It measures 1 inch wide, a total of 7 inches around the inside which includes a 1 1/4 inch opening.  Marcus' initials are his hallmark and are stamped on the inside.
961-90050                                                           $700.00

Here are three views of a bracelet expertly crafted by Hopi Silver/Goldsmith,  Watson Honanie.  Watson uses 14K gold petroglyph designs over sterling silver on this 3/4 inch wide piece.  The inside measures a total of  7 1/8 inches, which includes a 7/8 of an inch opening.  Watson's hallmark, the Bear Paw with Friendship Marks in the pad is stamped on the inside.  Definitely a one-of-a-kind piece!
961-80059                                                                  $950.00

96180059 Hopi Bracelet
96180056 Hopi Bracelet

Five bear paws surround this highly polished, 1 inch wide bracelet.  These bold designs are easily recognized as the work of Hopi Silversmith, Anderson Koinva.  The piece measures a total of 6 7/8 inches around the inside, which includes a 1 inch opening.  Anderson's hallmark, the Rising Sun with a Snake is stamped on the inside.
961-80056                                                 $450.00

A simple wave pattern surrounds this satin finished,  1/2 inch wide bracelet by Hopi Silversmith, Weaver Selina.  The total inside measurement is 6 1/4 inches, which includes the 1 inch opening.  Weaver's hallmark, the Rising Sun is stamped on the inside.  Expertly crafted!
962-10005                                                                $285.00

96210005 Hopi Bracelet
96210033 Hopi Bracelets

This highly polished 1/2 inch wide, 1/16 of an inch thick  bracelet with a geometric "blanket" pattern, was created by Hopi Silversmith, Cheston Dalangyawma.  It measures a total of 7 inches around the inside, which includes a 1 1/8 inch opening.  Cheston's hallmark, C. Dalangyawma is stamped on the inside.
962-10033                                             $190.00

96150078 Hopi Bracelet
96150056 Hopi Bracelet

Inspired by a 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
 

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

Two Bears walk along a part of this bracelet, while Tawa, the Father Sun looks on.  Clouds and water waves cover the remaining surface of the piece.  Highly polished, it measures 1/2 of an inch wide and a total of 6 3/4 inches around the inside, which includes a 1 inch opening.  Created by Hopi Silversmith, Chris Mansfield with his initials on the inside.
961-50139                                                                 $180.00

96150139 Hopi Bracelet1

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. 

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

Measuring 3/8 of an inch wide, this piece with a repetitive cloud and wave design has a total inner dimension of 6 3/8 inches, which includes the 3/4 of an inch opening.
961-40045                                                                    $120.00

96140045 Hopi Bracelet
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

96210010 Hopi Bracelet

Three pictures were needed to see all of the sides of this impressive tufa cast bracelet created by a Hopi Silversmith of the next generation, Jerolyn Honwytewa.  Jerolyn took classes from her father, Gerald Lomaventema, where she learned this technique (and so much more).  Tufa is a volcanic, porous and finely textured stone.  The artist carves the design into a stone mold and pours the molten silver into it.  The designs on this piece include flowers and clouds, with a centerpiece of  Royston turquoise.  The bracelet measures 1 inch wide and a total of 6 3/4 inches around the inside, which includes the 1 inch opening.  Jerolyn's hallmark, a Cornstalk, is stamped on the inside.
962-10010                                                                  $895.00

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

96190034 Hopi Bracelet

A stunning cuff created by Hopi Silversmith, Merle Namoki!  Based on a similar, award winning piece that we offered last year, Merle made some design changes, and entered this piece into the 2019 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market where he received an Honorable Mention from the Exhibitors Juried Competition.  (The ribbon is included with the purchased piece).

This cuff measures 2 3/8 inches wide and a total of 7 inches around the inside, which includes the 1 1/4 inch opening.  The materials used are sterling silver and 18 karat gold. (18 gauge over 18 gauge).  Contemporary looking but still traditional Hopi overlay.  Merle's hallmark, the Sun's Forehead is stamped on the inside.

The story behind the design is as follows in Merle's own words:  "Renewal of Life.  Every minute, hour, day, month, year etc... A life is renewed. Same as the design on the bracelet, it could be corn, beans, melon, etc... Seeds of all life.  When you plant the seeds, the Germination Deity does the magic to germinate the seeds to grow. And of course you need the Elements, Sun, & Moisture in order for something to grow.  The corn represents people, the Germination Deity helps to produce food for us to survive.   Moisture, Lightning, Rain, & Water we need in our system to survive also.  Father Sun helps guide us through, day by day for long healthy lives.  Grandfather Moon, & Stars guide us at night when we are sleeping, & resting.  The prayer feathers are for praying, what you want in life for every living thing in this world. The canes represents the plants, from seeds, grown, full grown, to maturity.   Same as for us peoples, newborn, child, teenager, adult, & old age is what we want to live.  The lines stamped, bottom for the land that we live on. Middle is like a cycle we do every year, or a Guidance that was given to us by the Creator (Masau). Top is the Heavens, where all the Elements are that are helping us grow."
961-90034                                                                     $4,000.00

 

Notes About Bracelet Sizing:
In the description, we use the phrase "measures...a total of XX inches around the inside, which includes the XX inch opening".  This "total" would equal the measurement of a tape measure placed around the wrist comfortably,  or placed around the inside (including the opening) of an existing bracelet that fits well.

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