A substantial Native American Navajo sterling cuff bracelet c1970s.
The bracelet is made using the chip inlay technique that was developed by the great Navajo artisan, Tommy Singer.
The heavy cuff is domed, it has a striking design using both stamped designs and turquoise and coral chip inlay.
Beautifully executed with precision, the pattern looks like some found in the Navajo rugs.
It measures 1&7/8" wide and weighs a solid 97.5 grams.
The inside circumference is 6.25" with an additional 1.5" opening for a total of 7.75".
The bracelet is not adjustable and will fit a medium and large wrist.
No marks, it tested sterling with acid.
A fabulous example of a Navajo sterling chip inlay bracelet.
Excellent condition, no damage and minimal wear