RANDY SECATERO" Multi Design Sterling Silver Bracelet

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  • Item Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jan 07,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

Up for auction, is a beautiful Navajo bracelet I purchased personally from the artist, "Randy Secatero", from Canoncito, New Mexico. Mr. Secatero has been a silversmith for many years, specializing in handmade contemporary and traditional styles. He is the son of Ray and Dorothy Secatero. Mr. Secatero comes from a long line of silversmiths. He was taught by his mother, who was taught by her grandfather. This beautiful bracelet is stamped "RS" and "Sterling". This piece is in good condition with no obvious damage. The inside circumference of the bracelet is approximately 5 5/8", not including 1 1/4" opening, with no flexibility. The width across the face is approximately 3/8". The approximate weight is 44 grams. This beautiful piece will make a great addition to anyone's collection. I will never use a reserve, my merchandise sells on its own merit. Please bid with confidence and please view my other items this week. Items are guaranteed as described. I do combine shipping on multiple purchases. Thank You for shopping Shasta and Good Luck!

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