The history of the storyteller bracelet originated in the early 1900's. However it really caught on when the desire of non-native americans wanted to wear Native American cultural art and folklore as their jewelry. With the approval of the Navajo the style flourished and peaked in the 1960's. All storyteller bracelets are overlay designed using scenes such as hogans, wagons, bears, horses, southwest scenery and many others in everyday life. This is a very excellent example of a storyteller bracelet. Navajo Randy Hoskie is the creator of this beautiful cuff bracelet. It weights 85.4 grams being 6.75 " inside circumference and 1.5" wide. With Wagons, teepee, hogan, and a sunset over a southwestern mountain plateau, it embodies the life of such a great nation. It shows slight wear but is in very good condition. Hoskie does a great job in putting native American life in silver. Thank you for visiting our Lane.