SHOTO STERLING
SHOTO STERLING

According to the centuries-old culture of the Zuni and Navajo Indians, all silver parts are traditionally manufactured handicraft in southwest U.S.A.. Each silver part of Shoto Sterling Bracelets is processed individually and by hand. So each part is individually and uniquely.

In some designs Shoto Sterling even uses beads of prehistoric mammoth ivory, which is at least 4,500 years old and processed by the Inuit living in Alaska.

The design, composition and production of all Shoto Sterling jewelry parts is carried out in passionate handicraft in Germany.

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