"Chimney Butte" is a real person and a real character indeed. And he was a big hit at the 2016 Santa Fe Indian Market, where he sold his creations on the plaza for years. He 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 from the late legend, Tommy Singer, when both he and Mr. Singer lived near Dilkon, Arizona. 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 book. 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 time-consuming cuff to make, with six pieces of blue lapis; some crosses and a lot of Sterling silver balls of various sizes. Better yet, it is made from good-gauge Sterling and is sized for a smallish woman's wrist at 6-inch wrist circumference (which includes the "gap" in the cuff). Weight is a respectable 3.25-ounces and is hallmarked "Chimney Butte." Look for other pieces made by this artisan posted in this section as well.