Nelvin Burbank Nevada Royston Turquoise Sterling Silver Old Style Bracelet
Authentic Native American Handmade
100% Sterling Silver
Natural Nevada Royston Turquoise
Nelvin Burbank, Navajo Tribe
A fresh new look for 2017 by Navajo artist Nelvin Burbank. Burbank hand-cut and polished the gorgeous high grade Nevada Royston Turquoise before setting into the handmade bezel. Sterling Silver beads where placed on the sides of the cuff and an array of the finest intricate stamp work wrapping around the cuff finished with a Satin Finish. Don't miss out on this unique collectors piece. The cuff is stamped with the Artist Hallmark and Sterling Silver Stamp.
Nelvin Burbank is a local Navajo artist in Gallup, New Mexico. Burbank is well known in the business for reviving old style jewelry. He is known for his heavy gauge settings with intricate stamp work and high grade stones. Burbank learned his craft from his father Nelson Burbank who is also a very well known and respected name in the Native American Jewelry Industry. Burbank is also related to a long line of silversmiths including Kirk Smith, Herman Smith, Calvin Martinez, Rick Martinez, Terry Martinez, Rick Martinez, Leon and Jess Martinez, Ernest Begay, Fredrick Brown and Lee Charley. Nelvin Burbank is one of our Top Featured artists at The Nugget Gallery.
Royston Turquoise is one of the most desired stones across the country. It is known for its vibrant colors ranging from deep green to light blues with a golden brown matrix. The Royston mine is found in Nevada right outside of Tonapah. There are four old Turquoise claims found in this district known as Bunker Hill, Easter Blue, Oscar Wehrend, and Royal Blue. Today the Royston district is one of the best Turquoise areas in the world.