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Man's Sterling silver cuff by the artist known as Chimney Butte.—SOLD!



SOLD!  Whoa.  Not for guys who wear skinny jeans!  The maker, "Chimney Butte," is a real person and a real character indeed.  The Drifter had been hearing about the artist known as Chimney Butte for awhile.  Chimney Butte is a true dedicated artist/silversmith, and a person who appears to be guided by spiritualist principles.  He is big as a butte and learned his chops early in his career when he lived near Dilkon, Arizona from the late legend, Tommy Singer, and other members of the Singer family.  He claims half-Comanche/half-Anglo lineage, and is married into the Santa Domingo tribe (just south of Santa Fe).  This guy is larger than life and belongs in a chapter of the Drifter's novel.  His dedicated following in the movie industry includes some of the cast from the "Hateful Eight;" Brooke Shields, and quite a few others.  Pictured is a beautiful man's cuff utilizing techniques Chimney Butte learned while working with the late Mr. Singer.  Go to the gym before buying it.  It weighs 6.35 ounces and is sized for a man with a 7.5-inch wrist circumference (measurement includes the "gap" in the cuff).  Width is 3/4-inch throughout, thickness is off the charts (actually 1/4-inch).  The Drifter has to have one of these, but this one fits him a little too loose.  Hallmarked "Chimney Butte."