Navajo Signed Tahe Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet, 1 1/4″ wide, Vintage Southwestern Native American Indian Jewelry and offered by TheJewelSeeker on 21VintageStreet.com . This is a beautiful wide cuff. It is an oval shaped cuff, measuring 1 3/4″ from center front to center back, and 2 3/8″ from side to side. When measuring around the inside edge (including the 1 3/8″ gap) this cuff measures 6 3/4″ x 1 1/4″. The textures of the twisted rope (wire) design is complimented with a vertical striped design, and the high polished silver bands define each individual row. The cuff weighs approximately 52 grams. The cuff shows very little wear. It’s an outstanding piece that will look great with your southwestern, BOHO or Modernist fashion styles.
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