To see more of Robert's work, don't miss the

Sorrell Men and Women's Bracelets Gallery!


Robert used an incredible slab of natural Kingman turquoise to create this double-sided pendant with a gold bezel and sterling face. 2 inches long and 1 5/8 $2200.


A phenomenal pair of 14kt gold earrings set with natural spiderweb turquoise from the Indian Mountain Mine in Nevada and accented by two coral beads. Robert Sorrell is one the finest metalsmiths out there, in our opinion. $1875 2.25 inches long. (Santa Fe)


2015 is the Year of the Goat ( or Sheep) So here we have a mountain goat (or sheep...) pin of 14kt gold on sterling, set with a gorgeous piece of Pilot Mountain turquoise. Headed confidently into the new year year, it is 2.25 inches long and 1.75 inches high. $1800. (Tucson)

A cuttlefish cast bola tie by RObert, with a yei'ii image accented by a turquoise from the Sleeping Beauty Mine. $600.

(Santa Fe)


A spectacular sandcast belt buckle set with turquoise from the Blue Gem in Nevada.1 and 5/8 and 2 5/8 inches. Bound to become someone's favorite belt buckle. $1275. (Santa Fe)

Inspired by the early work of Loloma, Robert has created his own vision with this buckle for 1 1/4 inch belt.

1 5/8 by just under 3 inches. (Tucson)


Also called green charoite, this unusual stone is properly known as Seraphnite.

Just about 1 1/8 inch across it is a size 9. $400.


Set with seraphnite is this marvelous bug. Measuring 3 3/8 inches from bale to tail it was cast using tufa and cuttlefish bone, given eyes of spondylus shell and, as always, meticulously crafted. $350. (Santa Fe)

Based upon ancient petroglyphs and pictographs, this pin (which can be worn as a pendant) is 3 inches long and set with a beautiful piece of #8 Mine spiderweb turquoise. $300. (Santa Fe)

This cuttlefish bone and tufa cast pendant is based upon pictographs found along the San Juan River and is .325 inches high. $300. (TUCSON)


This Spider Woman-inspired buckle is 3 by 2 3/8 inches. It was made for a 1 1/4 inch belt. $1100.


A nice match to the bracelet in the next gallery. Approximately 3 by 2.25 inches. $900 (Santa Fe)

Robert started off being interested in rotating circles as a design motif, which led him to ellipses, then the notion of the paths of planets around suns and then this buckle with the ellpitcal path of heavenly objects and idea that the oxidized area represent the dark matter in the Universe.


The front of the buckle was inspired by a Santo Domingo pottery design and the reverse displays his sense of humor. 3 by 2 inches and made for a 1 1/4 inch belt. $1400. (Santa Fe)