On the Trail of Quality Since 1976
We're on pg. 31 of "COWBOYS & INDIANS" this month.

Heavy-silver Navajo cuff with Kingman turquoise by Elvira Bill.—SOLD!



SOLD!  This cuff is old-school all the way.  Thick-gauge Sterling; deep, exquisite hand-stamping,  and turquoise from one of the oldest turquoise mines in the country.  Though this was acquired from a trading post pawn vault, it can't be all that old.  The Drifter knows Elvira Bill and she is a fairly young lady.  She borrows her style from her father, Emerson Bill, who is well known for these substantial, deep-stamped cuffs, and from her mother Nora Tahe Bill—also a heavy silver artist.  It's heavy like a Hummer at 6.20-ounces and will fit a wrist with a circumference of 7.25-inches—which is a small-to-medium man's, or a medium-large woman.  It oughta be in the movies!