Aaron Toadlena black onyx bracelet-BC 1405
Renown Navajo artist Aaron Toadlena handcrafted this bracelet. Set in solid sterling silver with genuine black onyx stones. The bracelet measures 2″ at its widest point and tapers down to 3/4″. Its unique design of having open slits in the bracelet is a hallmark of the artists bracelets. Very comfortable and easy to wear. It has a inside measurement of 5″1/2 with a opening of 1″
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Aaron Toadlena black onyx bracelet-BC 1405 Details
Aaron Toadlena: Married for over 20 years and has 2 daughters, two sons and a grandson. He lives in Northern Arizona. All his jewelry is stamped with a “handprint” which is the symbol of the creators of the five fingers clan. The ideas and creation of his jewelry evolve when his mind, heart, eyes, and hands work in concert. Aaron always creates his work of fine craftsmanship in the late evening or early dawn, when he feels his ideas come together from his soul. He believes his jewelry is a translation of his people “where the streams come together”.
Onyx is a chalcedony quartz that is mined in Brazil, India, California, and Uruguay. It has a fine texture and black color; however, some onyx also displays white bands or ribbons against a black or brown background and this variety is known as sardonyx. The name comes from the Greek word onyx.