Navajo Stamped Bracelet: Heavy sterling sheet silver made of ingots pounded down and then heavily stamped and filed. Large rectangular green turquoise is set in a simple bezel soldered to the sheet. Ca. 1920s. Photo by Jannelle Weakly, from the permanent collections of Arizona State Museum.
Silver, sugilite, turquoise, coral, jet, gaspeite and lapis lazuli Navajo cuff by Richard Begay; 'one of overlay sides is a vignette of Navajo life in the "old days", with cornstalks, symbol of abundance, prosperity and good health; on each end are two of the four sacred mountains of the Navajo.' (Wright's Gallery)