Many people who visit the Sedona Artist Market mistake larimar for turquoise due to its deep sky-blue color. But larimar is not local to the Southwest. It was actually discovered in the Dominican Republic...so far the only place it has been found.Gary James has an amazing display of pieces with larimar set in sterling silver. Some are original pieces and some are repurposed from older Mexican or Native American pieces. Gary will often replace an old or broken stone with a piece of larimar.
This is an early Fred Harvey-era sterling (hallmarked, unsigned) bracelet with new larimar stones. The stones are 2-10mm ovals and an 1-8mm x 25mm marquis stone.
The inside measurement is approximately 5 1/4in with additional 1 1/4in gap. This bracelet is slightly adjustable.
To learn more about Gary James and larimar, check out his blog on the Sedona Artist website here:
Larimar Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet
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