• Elvira Bill' thick-gauge, deep-stamped Navajo cuff with No. 8 Mine turquoise. #2408

    For those who are serious about their Native American jewelry.  Elvira Bill is the daughter of renowned Navajo artisans Emerson Bill and Rita Touchine.  We bought a lot of her pieces years ago when she worked at a New Mexico trading post.  She expressed her desire back then to go into the nursing field.  She went to school to do just that and eventually went to work at a New Mexico hospital and either ceased or cut way back on making jewelry.  But creative habits are hard to break and here we are with a great cuff made by Ms. Bill.  Total inside circumference of this cuff is seven inches.  Thus it will fit someone with a total wrist circumference (measured around the wrist bone) of 6 and 7/8th's up to 7 and 1/8th-inches.  It's massive and won't lend to reshaping so measure twice; buy once.  This piece of wearable art weighs 171-grams, or 6-ounces!  It is 2 and 1/8th-inches lengthwise across the top.  And we would expect nothing less of Elvira Bill than to choose an outstanding No. 8 Mine turquoise cabochon as icing on the cake.  Hallmarked "Elvira Bill (third photo)."  Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.  Enjoy!