- Museum number
Composite bracelet made of lapis lazuli and silver. The bracelet has small jump rings linking five elements in which lapis in a serated edged bezel is placed adjacent to a silver leaf and has two beads of silver above and below. The fastening is of a hook and eye variety and hand made. On the back of each of the elements two marks are inscribed "sterling" and"JBE".
- Production date
- 1998 (September)
Length: 17 centimetres (of entire bracelet)
- Curator's comments
- James Eustace (Zuni/Cochiti) is the third generation of the Eustace family to make jewellery - like his cousins Julius Eustace and Robert E Jones. James Eustace lives in Cochiti pueblo and makes jewellery of his grandfather's design, though he does not carve or file stone, preferring to use pre-cut stones.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Purchased in Cochiti on 23/09/1998, in the home of Ben and Felicia Eustace.
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
- Registration number