Genuine Native American sterling silver cuff with Sugalite by Royce Kohlmeyer - Eagle Boy, Jemez Pueblo

$1,808.00

DETAILS
Artist: Royce Kohlmeyer or "Eagle Boy," Jemez Pueblo
Dimensions:
Size: Inside cuff dimension - 5 3/8" (can be adjusted slightly)
Stone size: 2" long x 1 1/2" wide
Materials: Sterling Silver, Sugalite
Condition: New

Genuine Native American sterling silver cuff with Sugalite by Eagle Boy, Jemez Pueblo

WOW - if you love purple and appreciate the amazing depth and quality of the stone Sugalite, then this is for you. This is the most impressive sugalite stone I have ever seen. Absolutely lovely. And, to top it off, all the silver work is hand done. one of a kind work by noted and award winning jeweler Royce Kohlmeyer, also known by his Native name of Eagle Boy. This is a statement collector piece!

The artist has embellished the piece with his signature Yucca design, twist silver, raindrops and a hand made bezel.

Royce Kohlmeyer, also known as Eagle Boy, is an award-winning jeweler who’s tribal affiliation is Jemez Pueblo in New Mexico.

He currently works and lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico with his family. He has been a jeweler since the late 1970s and has taken numerous awards for his work at prestigious art shows shows throughout the country.

SUGALITE
Sugilite is a vibrant shade of purple, and was first described in 1944 by the Japanese petrologist Ken-ichi Sugi for an occurrence on Iwagi Islet, Japan. It is also found in Quebec, Canada and in Northern Cape Province of South Africa. Sugilite is mined from a strata-bound manganese deposit and is recognized by its bright purple color, often seen with some black accents.


Size: Inside cuff dimension - 5 3/8" (can be adjusted slightly)
Stone size: 2" long x 1 1/2" wide

$1,808.00

DETAILS
Artist: Royce Kohlmeyer or "Eagle Boy," Jemez Pueblo
Dimensions:
Size: Inside cuff dimension - 5 3/8" (can be adjusted slightly)
Stone size: 2" long x 1 1/2" wide
Materials: Sterling Silver, Sugalite
Condition: New

Genuine Native American sterling silver cuff with Sugalite by Eagle Boy, Jemez Pueblo

WOW - if you love purple and appreciate the amazing depth and quality of the stone Sugalite, then this is for you. This is the most impressive sugalite stone I have ever seen. Absolutely lovely. And, to top it off, all the silver work is hand done. one of a kind work by noted and award winning jeweler Royce Kohlmeyer, also known by his Native name of Eagle Boy. This is a statement collector piece!

The artist has embellished the piece with his signature Yucca design, twist silver, raindrops and a hand made bezel.

Royce Kohlmeyer, also known as Eagle Boy, is an award-winning jeweler who’s tribal affiliation is Jemez Pueblo in New Mexico.

He currently works and lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico with his family. He has been a jeweler since the late 1970s and has taken numerous awards for his work at prestigious art shows shows throughout the country.

SUGALITE
Sugilite is a vibrant shade of purple, and was first described in 1944 by the Japanese petrologist Ken-ichi Sugi for an occurrence on Iwagi Islet, Japan. It is also found in Quebec, Canada and in Northern Cape Province of South Africa. Sugilite is mined from a strata-bound manganese deposit and is recognized by its bright purple color, often seen with some black accents.


Size: Inside cuff dimension - 5 3/8" (can be adjusted slightly)
Stone size: 2" long x 1 1/2" wide

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