In his unique style, award-winning contemporary artist Ken Romero has created an inlay element which has been applied atop an identification bracelet to make a unique work of art that can be customized to include important medical information of a special message.
From the Pueblos of Taos and Laguna, Ken has developed this award-winning style of inlay known as "Pueblo Design" in which many stones are carefully cut by hand and arranged in unique patterns into a channel of silver or gold.
Bracelet measures 7-1/8" long, 1/4" wide, and 3/8" in height. Includes certificate of authenticity for channel inlay work added to standard identification bracelet not made by the artist.
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