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Turquoise Dots Bracelet by Steven Haloo

607.00
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Turquoise Dots Bracelet by Steven Haloo

607.00

Sterling silver cuff bracelet with six rows of tiny, turquoise dots, by Steven Halloo. Each stone is individually set with sterling drops between each bezel.  

Approx: .75” wide, 5.375” inside from tip to tip plus 1 .25” opening, 41 grams

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Sterling silver cuff bracelet with six rows of tiny, turquoise dots, by Steven Halloo. Each stone is individually set with sterling drops between each bezel.  

Approx: .75” wide, 5.375” inside from tip to tip plus 1 .25” opening, 41 grams

Snake Eyes & The Haloo Family

Snake eyes, also called dots, is a technique of setting very small pieces of turquoise in sterling silver. It is similar to petit point and needle point but the pieces are spherical and tend to be a lot smaller. This technique began with Zuni artists some time around the 1940s or 1950s. Among the many jewelry-making Zuni families, the Hallo family is most well-known and sought-after for this technique. Today Steven Haloo and his sister April continue the tradition. They are known for very tiny dots set in multiple rows, which is a design developed by the Haloo family.