• Very traditional Navajo cuff with Kingman turquoise, by Geraldine James. #2440

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    Talk about a lot of bang for the buck!  This cuff looks like it was made thirty years ago.  In fact, it was tagged "vintage" where we acquired it.  Methinks they were referring to style, not age.  We think it is new.  Total inside circumference is 6.75-inches.  This means it will only fit a person with a total wrist circumference—measured around the wrist bone—of 6 and 5/8th's up to 6 and 7/8th's-inches.  Measure twice; buy once.  Don't buy to bend.  This cuff sports luscious, pure blue Kingman, Arizona turquoise.  The band tapers outward a bit from 1.25-inches to its maximum width of 1.5-inches, and then back down to 1.25-inches at each end, with lots of ornate silversmithing  in-between.  Weight is a respectable 96-grams, or 3.4-ounces.  Hallmarked "G. James" in cursive with "Prewitt, NM" incursive underneath.  Prewitt is a Navajo village near the continental divide where the Drifter once sunk all four wheels in the silty mud there after a rainstorm.  Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.