This petite cuff bracelet is marked M.M. Rogers for the Navajo silversmith, 925, 14K, DM, and with the copyright symbol. Mr. Rogers is known for making bracelets like this in different designs and sizes, and I believe the DM stands for a Hopi jeweler, Del Fred Masawytewa, who may have done the fine chisel marks on the gold inlay in the center of this piece. This cuff is in very good to excellent condition, with a smooth finish and no damage or problems.
This bracelet is 3/8 of an inch wide at the center, narrowing to 1/4 of an inch near the ends. It has an inside measurement of 5 1/2 inches, not including a gap of 1 inch, and it weighs a bit over 20 grams. This cuff is not adjustable because of its solid construction, and its good-looking design will look great on your wrist. If you prefer your authentic Native American jewelry to be on the more subtle side, this may be a bracelet that you'll want to add to your jewelry wardrobe.
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