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The Coyote Cuff

The Coyote Cuff


This OOAK bracelet is quite the attention grabber. It is made entirely of sterling silver, set on two 6g half round bands, with sterling "snake skin texture" details where they meet. The central focus on an ovaular pendant, with the most eye catching GREEN piece of Kingman Turquoise I immediately gasped over. The stone sits edged by a handmade, crescent shaped coyote tooth. Both set on a bed of high contrast, dark patina sterling silver, in a simple, but effective, stamped frame. 


I am head over heels for this cuff, be warned, it won't stay up if it doesn't find its forever home quickly. ðŸ¤£â¤ï¸




Please check all dimensions to ensure each piece of jewelry will fit you before purchasing. I do not accept returns, so please go through and read all jewelry descriptions, look at the photographs, and make sure that everything is the correct size. Feel free to ask any questions you may have ahead of purchase, I will be happy to help.  I hope you find your perfect piece <3

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  • Sizing details

    The bracelet is set on two 6g half round bands, and measures 5 3/8" across and has a 1" opening.

    The central pendant is 1 1/4" tall x 1" across.

    It weighs 1.04 oz.

  • + The Slow Ride Home Collection +

    My way of processing grief has always been: nature + metal. So, after the passing of my truest companion, Monster Truck, I took the road home,  slow. Savoring every new and old road and trail. Letting myself feel small, and connected, and changed, and inspired. I came home and immediately got to work processing that energy, and all of the elements of nature that moved me on the journey,  into something tangible and beautiful to share with all of you. Turning nature into metal is the ultimate medicine, and it lets me turn my grief into a shining piece of treasure for others to hold, and that is truly *powerful*.  I am thrilled to release this offering to you here, now. 

    The collection pays homage to the roads I traversed, from CA•NV•AZ•NM•TX - with stones, natural materials, and textures, found and collected in the piece's accompanying state. âœ¨

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