Native American Hopi Bracelet Overlay Manuel Hoyungowa

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  • Native American Hopi Bracelet Overlay Manuel Hoyungowa
  • Native American Hopi Bracelet Overlay Manuel Hoyungowa
  • Native American Hopi Bracelet Overlay Manuel Hoyungowa
  • Native American Hopi Bracelet Overlay Manuel Hoyungowa
  • Native American Hopi Bracelet Overlay Manuel Hoyungowa

Hopi Bracelet Sterling Silver Manuel Hoyungowa Heavy Overlay

  • Tribe: Hopi
  • Condition: Excellent condition with NO damage and light wear
  • Size: 1-5/8" Wide with an Inside Circumference of 5-1/4" plus a 1-1/4" Opening.
  • Artisan: Manuel Hoyungowa
  • Materials: Sterling Silver
  • Item Weight: 76 Grams / over 2-5/8 Ounces
  • Hallmark: Strong Raincloud
$500.00

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This Native American handmade Sterling Silver bracelet was created by Hopi master craftsman, Manual Hoyungowa. Hoyungwa pictured the traditional Hopi Pueblo complete with Kiva on this original and heavy Overlay bracelet. Clouds heavy with rain complete this idyllic scene of Mesa life. Manuel Hoyungwa (Hopi, Greasewood Clan, 1953 - 2011.) Hoyungowa lived in Hotevilla on Third Mesa and was an active silversmith at Hopi Pueblo since the 197'0s. Although he produced some jewelry with coral and turquoise, more in the style of Navajo work, Hoyungowa was a master silversmith which is evident in his traditional Hopi silver overlay technique jewelry. Hoyungowa learned silver overlay technique from Preston Monongye (his uncle and another famous Hopi artisan) and the Institute Of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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Name Hopi Bracelet Sterling Silver Manuel Hoyungowa Heavy Overlay
Description This Native American handmade Sterling Silver bracelet was created by Hopi master craftsman, Manual Hoyungowa. Hoyungwa pictured the traditional Hopi Pueblo complete with Kiva on this original and heavy Overlay bracelet. Clouds heavy with rain complete this idyllic scene of Mesa life. Manuel Hoyungwa (Hopi, Greasewood Clan, 1953 - 2011.) Hoyungowa lived in Hotevilla on Third Mesa and was an active silversmith at Hopi Pueblo since the 197'0s. Although he produced some jewelry with coral and turquoise, more in the style of Navajo work, Hoyungowa was a master silversmith which is evident in his traditional Hopi silver overlay technique jewelry. Hoyungowa learned silver overlay technique from Preston Monongye (his uncle and another famous Hopi artisan) and the Institute Of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Tribe Hopi
Date Contemporary
Condition Excellent condition with NO damage and light wear
Size 1-5/8" Wide with an Inside Circumference of 5-1/4" plus a 1-1/4" Opening.
Artisan Manuel Hoyungowa
Hallmark Strong Raincloud
Materials Sterling Silver
Product Weight 76 Grams / over 2-5/8 Ounces
Date added N/A
Price $500.00
Call For Price No

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