Vintage NavajoTurquoise Bracelet Sterling Silver Navajo Derrick Gordon

  • Tribe: Navajo
  • Condition: Excellent condition with no damage to turquoise or silver.
  • Size: 1" wide 5-3/8" inside end to end plus a 1" opening.
  • Artisan: Derrick Gordon
  • Materials: Natural Kingman Turquoise and Sterling Silver
  • Item Weight: 76 Grams / over 2-5/8 Ounces
  • Hallmark: "DERRICK" and "STERLING"


Navajo, Dine', artist Derrick Gordon showed why he is considered one of the best contemporary Native American silversmiths active today when he handmade this KNOCK-OUT NATURAL SPIDERWEB KINGMAN turquoise and Sterling silver bracelet. The beauty of the three large, one square and two teardrop shaped, turquoise stones represent the sun and two flowers. The The outer edges of the shank are decorated with chisel work and subtle scalloping. Deep and precise hand stamp work evokes the image of a plant with the tear drop shaped turquoise forming the flower. DERRICK GORDON (NAVAJO / DINE’; 1971 --.) Active since the early 1990’s. Gordon is known for making his own tools, stamps, and dies. Works with the highest quality stone sets. Son of Delbert Gordon. This would make a WONDERFUL holiday gift!! THE AUCTION WILL END ON TIME FOR SHIPPING TO ARRIVE BEFORE CHRISTMAS. We have extended our return policy to January 3. In addition we will waive any restocking fee for items returned on time.