This silver storyteller bracelet is marked Sterling, 1/20 12K G.F. and with TSK inside a hogan, which stands for Tom and Sue Kee, a Navajo husband and wife team that is known for making bracelets of this type. The images on it are formed from the gold filled material, and it features an unusual scene for this type of bracelet. It shows a ceremony or a dance, with three people in the center in the same pose and two others playing a large drum which is on the ground. On one side of this central scene is someone's horse tethered to a bush, and on the other side is a fire and a woman who appears to be tending it. In the background is the southwestern skyline, and there's a butte on each end on the cuff. This piece is in very good vintage condition, with a smooth finish and no problems with any of its parts.
This cuff is 3/4 of an inch wide all the way around, and it has an inside measurement of just under 5 1/2 inches, not including a gap of 1 inch. It weighs a comfortable 26 grams, and because of the way it was made, it is not really adjustable, which makes it suitable for a smaller wrist size. If you like unusual and authentic Native American silver jewelry, this bracelet would make a unique addition to your jewelry wardrobe.
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