Bracelet | by Ron Striegel

Bracelet | by Ron Striegel



Sterling Silver and Rose Gold Fill Overlay Cuff Bracelet

  • Approx 1 1/2" band
  • 4.75 ounces of sterling silver
  • .67 ounces of rose gold fill


Size: 5.5 (fits a 7" wrist bone)


This untitled stampwork and overlay bracelet depicts the moon rising from behind Taos Mountain and a shooting star blazing through the sky. The Moon and mountain in the foreground are accented by rose gold fill. The sky is textured with handstamped (no machine used) ripples.

  • About the Artist

    Ron Striegel is an enrolled member of the Potawatomi Nation.

    The name "Potawatomi" is an Algonquin word which means "People of the Place of the Fire". The Potawatomi Nation was originally part of a larger group consisting of the Chippewa and Ottawa Nations. The Potawatomi kept the original “Council Fire” of the three nations. Today they are known as the “keepers of the fire”.

    In the book ‘NAVAJO SILVER, A BRIEF HISTORY OF SILVERSMITHING’, Authur Woodward writes that the Potawatomi began working with silver in about 1790 with the first use of silver objects as early as 1740. Many early designs used by the Navajo can be traced to these early silversmiths.

  • Craftsmanship

    Each of Ron Striegel's pieces is handcrafted and is accompanied with a certificate of authenticy from the artist which contains his methods and accounting of materials used.

    Each piece is guarenteed for life by the artist.