Navajo Ingot and Wire Cuff, c.1930
This large silver cuff is an excellent example of classic Navajo silverwork produced in the 1930s. This piece is made of interspersed stamped ingot bands and twisted wire spacers joined at the end to create a solid piece of jewelry with a distinct Southwestern appearance. It measures 5 1/4" around the inside with an additional 1 1/8" opening for the wrist. A highly wearable piece of Native American fashion.
AC1117X -- $550