This is a lovely hand wrought cuff bracelet . It is crafted from solid sterling silver. This a Navajo piece which dates from roughly the 1950's. It features A lovely hand stamped design of ovals with scalloped edges on the top bottom and the middle portion. Between each portion is a twisted wire for added beauty of this bracelet. The cuff is finished with reinforced edges at the gap. This bracelet can be adjusted with in reason. At present it measures: 5 1/8" with a gap opening of 1 7/8". for a total circumference of 7" including gap. It is not recommended to adjust up in size but down would be fine. The condition is excellent with normal wear, no damage. No hallmarks are present but tested as sterling silver
Inside: 5 1/8"
Gap: 1 7/8"
Across inside 2 3/4"
Tribe affiliation: Navajo
Weight: 42 grams
We will be slowly listing additional pieces from our mothers Native American Collection. A bit about our mother; Susan (Sue) Okey : She was the most uplifting, happy, loving, generous and kind lady I have ever had the pleasure of knowing and loving. She was the mother to 3 daughters and one son, myself being the youngest of the bunch. She had a passion of exquisite and unusual finely crafted works of art. She was a very honest and reputable estate and antique Jewelry dealer for well over 40 years. Her passion for Native American works of art started about 20 years ago. She recognized and adored the modern work of various Native American artists which are filled with amazing stories and spirit. She is missed greatly by us all. We hope you will enjoy the passion with her in her hand selected pieces.
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