It’s been over 70 years and they are still talking about the color and quality of turquoise found in Nevada’s #8 Mine.
Turquoise Jewelry is pleased to offer this uniquely matched #8 Mine turquoise cuff. Not only is this gem-quality stone hard to come by, but it is extremely hard to come by in this consistency. Featuring five powder blue stones - all set in simple, sterling silver bezels and framed in delicate twist wire. Traditional Navajo stamp work fills the band and completes this one-of-a-kind cuff.
An investment, this timeless beauty will fit seamlessly into your wardrobe season after season and your heirs will play “rock, paper, scissors” for it.
Freddie Maloney (Navajo). Traditional; stamp work; coral.
Marks: F M; MALONEY
A student of Harry Morgan, Freddie Maloney continues to craft his designs in the traditional Navajo Revival jewelry style. He comes from a family of silversmiths along with his brothers, Arnold and Leonard.
- artist: Freddie Maloney
- affiliation: Navajo
- markings: F inside of a horseshoe, Sterling
- materials: #8 Mine turquoise, sterling silver
- dimensions: 1 1/4" wide, 5 1/2" circumference, 1 1/4" gap
- weight: 93 grams
- style number: JB2477