Fox Mine Turquoise Cuff

David Taliman

Fox Mine Turquoise Cuff, Jewelry by David Taliman
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  • Fox mine turquoise cuff
Savvy Price $2,600.00
Gallery Price $3,200.00
Fox Mine Turquoise Cuff
David Taliman
Sterling silver and natural turquoise
Troy ounces
1.80 troy ounces
Cuff bracelet end to end measures 5 3/4" with an opening that is 11/32". The maximum width of the cuff is 1 1/16".
"D. Taliman" is stamped on bracelet's interior (see last photo)
Date of creation
Good. Old repair of crack--fused silver with minor filling of one frontal stamped design. Repair is an old one. No attempt was made to disguise the old repair. The work was skillfully done and adds to the "story" of the bracelet.
Natural Nevade Fox mine, teal to deep blue color with ivory matrix. 7/8" length X 9/16" at the widest point. Single high dome oval shape.
Consigned by an Arizona collector of fine American Indian vintage jewelry kw WH
Gram weight
55.9 grams
About The Fox Mine Turquoise Cuff

There is a quality about this bracelet that one might describe as sublime. It is perfection in design, balance and execution. The techniques used are beautifully combined, like the many instruments in an orchestra work together to produce a symphony!

 Everything is made by hand--cut, carved, forged and fabricated. Even the decorative stamp designs were created by this amazing Cochiti artist--who carved the steel to make these unique impressions! The single Fox mine natural turquoise cabochon is a fitting focal point for this fine silver setting. Together they are mesmerizing! 

This wonderful cuff by David Taliman will issue life-long pleasure to some very fortunate person!

Gregory Schaaf's latest book on Indian Jewelers M-Z pictures this bracelet on page 296 pictures this bracelet, as an example of Taliman's work.

About David Taliman
(20th century) Silversmith/jeweler from Cochiti pueblo who was known to have made jewelry for the tourist trade. His work along with that made by Mark Chee is currently on display at the Wheelwright Museum's exhibit titled From the Railroad to Route 66: The Native American Curio Trade in New Mexico.

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