Handcrafted by Navajo artist Bruce Morgan. The simple but elegant design of the stamping (inside & out) along with the heavy gauge silver are hallmarks of this artist. Measuring 3/8" in width, this is a thin bracelet with a medium weight. It has an inside measurement of 5-1/2" and a 1-1/4" opening it is easily shaped to fit most wrists. If your looking for a classic silver bracelet from a premier artist then this is the one.
Artitst: Bruce Morgan is an award-winning Navajo jeweler, who works with silver and gold. Bruce creates distinctive silver and gold overlay jewelry, which is prized by collectors in the U.S. and worldwide.
Bruce Morgan’s storyteller bracelets depict traditional Navajo and Pueblo pastoral scenes. Born in Rehoboth, New Mexico and raised in Brimhall, Bruce designed his first piece of Navajo jewelry at age 15 in a silversmithing class at his school.
The silver and gold jewelry made by Bruce Morgan is extremely clean, his stamp work is distinctive and his pieces appeal to a worldwide group of collectors because of their versatility and beauty.
Bruce Morgan has been an active jewelry maker since the 1970s. His work has been featured in “Arizona Highways” and “Southwest Art” magazines. He is passionate about his ranch and his horses. Bruce is a true cowboy artist.