ALVIN YELLOWHORSE Navajo Monument Valley Sterling Bracelet


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  • Unbelievable Navajo Sterling Silver Stone Inlay Bracelet by master stonecutter and silversmith Alvin Yellowhorse.
  • Born in 1968, Alvin learned the art of silverwork from his father Frank Yellowhorse.
  • His contemporary designs have Zuni, Anasazi, Hopi and traditional Navajo influences.
  • Alvin was recognized by the Smithsonian Magazine in their August 1999 issue, along with Art Book Arizona Magazine doing a profile on his life.
  • Each year Alvin enters his jewelry into the Santa Fe Indian Market competition & has won several Blue Ribbons.
  • Beautiful and extensive stone work consisting of Carico Lake Turquoise, Sleeping Beauty Turquoise, Sugilite, Lapis, Mediterranean Coral, Jasper, Etc.!
  • This bracelet is hard to price…the prices for Alvin’s work can be high, and this is by far the nicest we have seen!
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Bracelet Size
(inside end-to-end)
Gap in bracelet (between ends)

1-1/8 “

Height of bracelet
(at the front)

Weight in grams

161.8 or  5.2 Troy Ounces
Artist’s Hallmarks
(stamped on back)
Alvin Yellowhorse, Horsehead
Artist’s Identity
Alvin Yellowhorse, Navajo Silversmith