Cuff, Turquoise, Freddie Maloney, 2133

Navajo silversmith Freddie Maloney continues to craft his silverwork in the classic style as taught to him by his mentor, Harry Morgan. His work in this masterpiece cuff combines a balance between stones and silver as evidenced by an amazing display of turquoise from the Morenci mine.  Three beautifully colored Arizona stones have a sky-blue hue and combine both light and dark matrix. Freddie uses a heavy, five-row band decorated with silver drops, and traditional Navajo stamp work and finishes it with the perfect amount of oxidation for his famous “vintage aesthetic”.

A student of Harry Morgan, Freddie Maloney continues to craft his designs in the traditional Navajo Revival jewelry style. He comes from a family of silversmiths along with his brothers, Arnold and Leonard.

  • artist: Freddie Maloney
  • affiliation: Navajo
  • markings: FM, Sterling
  • materials: sterling silver and Morenci turquoise
  • measurements: circumference 6 3/4", gap 1 1/4", width 1 7/8" to 1" taper
  • stone: 3 stones, 1 7/8" x 3/4", 2 teardrops are 1 1/4" x 1"
  • weight: 91 grams
  • contemporary
  • style number: JB2133
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