In Native American jewelry, cluster work is an extremely laborious process due to the time and skill required by the artisan to hand-cut their gemstones. This arranged cluster cuff, it is crafted in the traditional radial design and features over forty-seven teardrop cabochons.
Collected in Nevada, this authentic old pawn is a piece of wearable art and showcases the unmatched lapidary skills of the artist. It will be an heirloom for generations.
Paul Jones is from the Tohatchi region of New Mexico. This mark was first used in 1982.
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