This well-made silver cuff bracelet is marked Sterling. and with the stamp of Darren Seweyestewa, the Hopi silversmith who made it. He learned to make silver jewelry from Mitchell Sockyma, and he lives in the town of Hotevilla on the Hopi reservation. This bracelet features a repeating abstract design and is made with the overlay method that is used by this tribe, and the patterns are well-executed, very sharp and clear. This piece is in very good condition, with a smooth finish and no damage or problems.
This bracelet is 1/2 an inch wide all the way around, and it has an inside measurement of 5 1/3 inches, not including a gap of about 1 1/8 of an inch, which makes it suitable for a smaller wrist size. It weighs a very comfortable yet sturdy 25 grams, and therefore it is not really adjustable. If you love authentic Native American silver that has a subtle and more modern look, this may be the cuff you've been looking for.
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