• Heavy silver Calvin Martinez' water-web Kingman turquoise cuff. #1721

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    This is how a contemporary Navajo cuff should be crafted.  Look at the fluted bezel; the thick-gauge, hand-stamped flange beneath the bezel; the one-of-a-kind silver work on the sides, and the overall heavy-duty build.  Compare that with the light-gauge, flimsy cuff being made all-to-often now.  What a difference.  And then there's that amazing turquoise stone.  All this comes at a price, though, and relatively-speaking this is underpriced.  Calvin Martinez is a pretty big name in the Navajo jewelry world, and one can easily see why.  Weight of this cuff is an impressive 120-grams, or 4.25-ounces.  The total inside circumference —including the 'gap' in the cuff—in 6 and 3/8th's.  The Cinderella wearer needs to have a wrist circumference of 6.25 to 6.5-inches—no more; no less. The buyer should call, text or e-mail me with her exact size so it can be shaped prior to shipping due to the difficulty of shaping it even slightly.  It is hallmarked with Calvin's "C.MTZ" sit inside a stamped arrowhead.  Complimentary USPS Priority shipping within the U.S.  Enjoy.