Older fine signed Native American sterling silver (tested) and turquoise large bracelet. It features 9 turquoise stones, bezel set in ascending size with the last two as a border on one end, very interesting design. They are surrounding with a massive display of silver work : flowers, leaves, Navajo silver tears, many other decorations, borders of deeply engraved designs, all of this work very high relief as well. Bracelet came from the estate of a man in his nineties as one of the pieces he wore a lot of his adult life. It is signed, an engraved name we can not make out the letters well enough to identify the maker. The bracelet will fit a large woman or a man with small to average size wrist. It measures 2" wide at one end tapering to 1 and 1/2" at the other end. When laid flat it measures 2 and 1/2" across on the inside. On the widest end there is one black small area that appears that it may have at one time had a small flower of something there, but it is not that noticeable. Heavy, substantial, beautifully made bracelet. The turquoise stones match in overall color but each one is different, one has a crack, one has very visible matrix, some may be stabilized, some look natural, hard to tell;, they are set with a deep well made bezel.