This Navajo coin silver cuff bracelet bears a series of stamped rocker designs. The slim, carinated cuff is stamped on both sides of the ridge, at the center top and at the terminals of the piece. The rocker symbols appear to represent flowers (possibly berries?), human eyes, sun rays, and Thunderbird tracks. This bracelet has surprising weight and gravitas for such a slight piece. It feels like a potent talisman. Circa 1950.
How can you tell if a cuff bracelet is your size? Measure the top of your wrist from side to side and compare with the inside measurement of the cuff. If this bracelet does not fit easily on your wrist it is not your size. Please do not bend or force the cuff, either the cuff or your wrist may be damaged. Instead, contact us to arrange a return or exchange. We will not return or exchange a bent or damaged cuff.
Details.....The cuff measures 2.34" across the interior and is 0.20" wide. In Very Good Vintage Condition. All vintage items will show some wear, it is considered part of their charm.