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PRETTY CHARLES LOLOMA SILVER BRACELET*INQUIRE*
PRETTY CHARLES LOLOMA SILVER BRACELET
 
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Artist: Charles Loloma

Circa: 1970's

Provenance: Private collection


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Product Code: JDCLB
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Charles Loloma (1921-1991) was born in Hotevilla on Third Mesa of the Hopi Reservation. From 1941 to 1945 he served in the army. In 1949 to 1951 Charles and his wife introduced pottery making in Hopi. In 1955 Loloma began turning his creative efforts toward jewelry. In 1959 the Rockefeller Foundationís Southwest Indian Art Project at the University of Arizona was started. Charles was an instructor for its three succeeding summer sessions. Throughout his life he was involved with furthering the arts, education and culture of the Hopi. Loloma jewelry became internationally known and pieces can be found in the collections of many distinguished persons, as well as collectors, jewelry lovers and museums around the world.

This simple yet elegant design looks gorgeous on the wrist. The perfect look for either a man or woman. A beautiful light patina graces the entire piece. Heavy silver adds to the feel and overall look of this bracelet. The bracelet measures 1 1/4" wide, tapering to 5/8'. The inside is 5 5/8", with a 1" opening. Hallmarked.


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