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Coral Bracelets

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Southwest Native American Indian tribes and southwest pueblos are known for certain variations in their jewelry design. Materials used to make jewelry were traded for goods and services amongst themselves; therefore, such materials have been seen throughout all Indian jewelry including Turquoise, Coral, and Sterling Silver. The Zuni Pueblo Indians are known throughout the world for their fine inlay and channel work, and the Navajo Indians are known as excellent silver workers as can be seen in a handcrafted such as a Zuni Indian Coral Turquoise Silver Cuff Bracelet, a Turquoise Coral Silver Cuff Bracelet or the Genuine Coral Chip Inlaid Sterling Silver Gold Cuff Bracelet. The Hopi Indians developed a unique technique called overlay, in which a layer of silver is cut to express a pattern, and soldered over a base sheet of silver to form a bracelet or other type of coral jewelry. The Santa Domingo artisans are adept at heishi and shell overlay.

This collection of Coral Bracelets with different styles of a coral bracelet and Coral Jewelry includes an inlaid coral bracelet, coral bracelets, a coral silver bracelet, coral turquoise bracelets, a red coral bracelet, men's coral bracelets, coral cuff bracelets, and many more! Please include a wrist size with your order when order a coral cuff bracelet. Measure the the circumference of your wrist with a tape measure or piece of string and a ruler. Additional charges may apply to special custom sizing.