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Slide 0: 1950S TURQUOISE & STAMPED STERLING CUFF
The organic shape of the turquoise and the playful whimsy of the repoussé and hand-stamped designs gives a glimpse into the distinctive style of the unknown artisan who handcrafted this vintage sterling silver cuff. One of a kind. USA. 5/8" tapers to 3/8"W. 2-1/4"dia.
Slide 1: 1950S OLD PAWN CUFF
This vintage sterling silver cuff is crowned with turquoise from Arizona's Castle Dome Mine, the source for much of the turquoise found in old pawn Native American jewelry. Set in a hand-cut sawtooth bezel, surrounded with petals and repoussé overlays and placed on a hand-stamped split shank, it makes a stunning centerpiece. One of a kind. USA. 2" tapers to 3/8"W. 2-3/8" dia.
Slide 2: SOUTHWEST SHELL NECKLACE
As if washed ashore from the sea, a handcrafted pendant of spiny oyster shell is overlaid with waves of turquoise tiles, each stone selected, cut and expertly set by the hand of renowned artist Charlie Favour. Leather with sterling silver slider bead. One of a kind. USA. 32"L. 2-1/4" x 2-1/4" pendant.
Slide 3: OLD PAWN CORAL CUFF
Sterling silver bead balls rest between nine ovals of Mediterranean coral, their fiery hues a stunning contrast to the gleam of this vintage, sterling cuff. Made decades ago by a Navajo artisan, its simple beauty remains relevant today. One of a kind. USA. Approx. 5/8"W. 2-3/8" dia.
Slide 4: DIAMOND-KISSED NAJA NECKLACE
By isolating the simple, iconic beauty of a traditional Naja pendant, casting it in sterling silver and setting it with a raw diamond in a 14kt gold bezel, Dennis Hogan has created a singularly beautiful necklace to treasure always. Sterling box chain with hook closure. One of a kind. USA. 36"L; pendant 1-1/4" x 1"L.
Slide 5: SOUTHWESTERN SUN NECKLACE
Repoussé radiates on a sterling silver medallion, hand-forged by famed silversmith Jock Favour and set with turquoise cabochons from Nevada's Cheyenne mine. One of a kind. USA. 34"L. 2" dia. pendant.
Slide 6: 1920S SANTO DOMINGO TAB NECKLACE
Each bead in this vintage necklace was created using a hand-pump drill, a traditional labor-intensive method used by artisans in Santo Domingo Pueblo and resulting in jewelry with an organic, distinctive character. The beads—spiny oyster, white shell, Mother of Pearl, coral and turquoise—are artfully arranged in regular intervals, finishing with turquoise tabs and hand-forged and -stamped sterling silver cones. Hook-and-eye closure. One of a kind. USA. Approx. 30"L.
Slide 7: PERSEVERANCE NECKLACE
Jock Favour draws upon Native American mythology and techniques, using a tufa mold to hand cast a sterling silver lizard, a traditional symbol of survival and the power to heal, embellishing it with hand-carved chasing and setting it with a turquoise from Nevada's Royston mine. Supple leather strap with sterling slider beads. One of a kind. USA. 33"L; 2-7/8"L x 1-5/8"W.
Slide 8: CENTERED TURQUOISE CUFF
In Jesse Robbins' one-of-a-kind, coin silver cuff, natural turquoise from Arizona's Turquoise Mountain mine makes a beautiful statement, rising above the artist's custom stamp work and graceful repoussé. Handcrafted of coin silver. USA. 2-1/8" dia.; approx. 1/2"W.
Slide 9: BUFFALO TURQUOISE CUFF
Considered a master of his craft, the artist known as Buffalo, uses traditional techniques to handcraft timeless contemporary pieces such as this one-of-a-kind cuff. Forged from a single coin silver ingot, it displays Buffalo's skillful custom stamp work, artful repoussé and rosette detailing as well as his use of fine, high-quality stones like the Ithaca Peak turquoise chosen as the cuff's focal point. USA. 2-3/8" dia.; 3/4" tapers to 1/4"W.
Slide 10: 1960S TURQUOISE FLOWER CUFF
Five sterling silver bars, mellowed by time to a rich patina, separate and join at the cuff's ends. In the center, an oval turquoise creates a stunning focal point, its blues surrounded by sterling roping and a flowered frame of bead ball and roping. One of a kind. USA. 2-3/8" dia.; 1-1/8" tapers to 1/4"W.
Slide 11: 1960S CORAL SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
Hand-forged Navajo pearls, 20 finely crafted and individually hand-stamped squash blossoms and a double-bowed Naja crescent set with Mediterranean coral make this vintage, sterling silver necklace a rare and beautiful find. Handcrafted hook-and-eye closure. One of a kind. USA. 24"L; 2-3/4"L x 2-3/8"W.
Slide 12: ROBERT LEEKYA VINTAGE CLUSTER PIN
Taught by his father, a master Zuni fetish carver, celebrated silversmith Robert Leekya has been creating handcrafted jewelry in the Zuni tradition since 1953. This piece dates to the 1980s and features hand-cut Mediterranean coral teardrops arranged in the traditional cluster design on a sterling silver pin detailed with twisted wire, hand-cut sawtooth bezels and bead ball accents. One of a kind. USA. 2-3/8" dia.
Slide 13: CANYON COLORS CUFF
Southwestern artist Charlie Favour grew up around ranches and rodeos where he discovered the art of leather work. Over the years, he's perfected his craft to create intricate pieces such as this leather cuff, bordered with sterling silver roping and channel set with inlaid turquoise alongside orange and purple spiny oyster shell. Sterling silver end caps. One of a kind. USA. 2-3/8" dia.; 1/2"W.
Slide 14: HEART OF THE PRAIRIE CUFF
The artist, known only as Buffalo, calls upon time-honored techniques, forging this cuff by hand from a coin silver ingot and embellishing it with chiseled chasing, lozenge-shaped repoussé and custom stamped designs. At the center, he places a large square of Royston turquoise, framing it in sterling to showcase its resplendent blues and greens. One of a kind. USA. 1-3/16" dia.; 2-1/4"W.
Slide 15: DESERT LATITUDES NECKLACE
Jock Favour, the esteemed Southwestern artist, creates a tableau of color and shape, contrasting the blues and greens of Royston turquoise with the warm tones of spiny oyster shell and finishing it with a sterling fan, forged and filed by the artist's hand. Adjustable leather necklace with sterling silver sliding beads. One of a kind. USA. 34"L; pendant 1-5/8"L x 1"W.
Slide 16: MOSAIC THUNDERBIRD NECKLACE
A one-of-a-kind pendant recalls the Native American thunderbird and soars on a necklace handcrafted by Arizona artist Peter Hester. The wood pendant is inlaid with a mosaic of hand-cut Sleeping Beauty turquoise, pyrite, white shell, abalone shell, as well as, orange and purple spiny oyster shell and displays Hester's rare revival style of traditional Hohokam jewelry making. Adjustable leather cord. USA. 28"L; pendant 2-1/4"L x 2-3/8"W.
Slide 17: 1930S BLUE GEM CUFF
A highly unique design and a resplendent arrangement showcasing the color range of Blue Gem turquoise make this vintage cuff a rare find. Handcrafted of sterling silver more than a half century ago, it has traditional lozenge-shaped repoussé, fine chasing and traditional designs stamped by hand and extending to the cuff's ends. One of a kind. USA. 2-1/4" dia.; 7/8" tapers to 3/8"W.
Slide 18: 1920S BLUE GEM TURQUOISE CUFF
Repoussé and hand-stamped traditional designs radiate from a large center stone of turquoise, framed with roped detailing and beautifully representative of the prized turquoise from Nevada's Blue Gem mine. Hand forged of coin silver, this vintage, one-of-a-kind cuff shows the skill and artistry of its Native American maker. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/4" dia.; approx. 5/8"W.
Slide 19: 1970S SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
Petit point turquoise from Nevada's Lone Mountain mine gathers in rich array on a sterling silver squash blossom necklace and its resplendent crescent-shaped Naja pendent. Characteristic of the fine lapidary work of the Zuni, this one-of-a-kind necklace marries traditional Native American forms and craftsmanship with innovative design. Sterling hook and eye closure. USA. 23-1/2"L; naja 1-3/4" x 1-3/4"; butterflies 1-1/8" x 5/8".
Slide 20: CHARLIE FAVOUR INLAID NECKLACE
Throughout his celebrated career, Southwestern artist Charlie Favour has studied the art of leather work and Native American jewelry making. He brings his two interests together in this one-of-a-kind necklace made of butter-soft leather and hung with a sterling silver pendant simply and beautifully inlaid with a mosaic of turquoise and spiny oyster shell. Sterling silver slider bead. USA. 38"L.
Slide 21: VINTAGE TURQUOISE & OVERLAY CUFF
Sterling silver overlays, also known as appliqués, create a canvas for an unnamed Native American artisan to display deft stamp work and a striking square of turquoise. Set on multi-shank, tapered sterling cuff bracelet, the arrangement adds dimension and eye-catching color. One of a kind. USA. 2-1/4" dia.; 3/4" tapers to 1/4"W.
Slide 22: 1940S SEVEN TURQUOISE CUFF
Bead ball accents and ovals of Blue Gem turquoise trade places on a split-shank, sterling silver cuff bracelet dating back to the forties. Age has left its mark, on both the metal and stones, telling a beautiful story, its simple, sculptural style is as striking today as it was when it was first created. One of a kind. USA. 2-3/8" dia.; 1-1/8" tapers to 1/4"W.
Slide 23: OLD PAWN NAVAJO CUFF
Symmetry and strength are characteristics of Navajo jewelry design and evident in the simple yet striking layout of Morenci turquoise in this vintage, sterling silver cuff bracelet. Aged to a mellow patina, it has bead ball accents and was hand forged from a single sterling ingot. One of a kind. USA. 2-1/2" dia.; 1-1/8" tapers to 5/8"W.
Slide 24: SOMERS KINGMAN TURQUOISE CUFF
Turquoise from Arizona's Kingman mine has been prized, traded and part of the Native American jewelry tradition for hundreds of years. Older stones, such as this one, are highly valued and especially so when placed in a handcrafted sterling silver cuff bracelet by the late Al Somers. Using his custom-made stamps, Somers added subtle, striking embellishment setting off the stone and continuing to the cuff's ends. One of a kind. USA. 2-5/8" dia.; 5/8" tapers to 3/8"W.
Slide 25: 1940S RED MOUNTAIN TURQUOISE CUFF
Signature spider web matrixing runs across a highly prized stone of turquoise from Nevada's Red Mountain mine. Surrounded by twisted wire and rosettes and flanked with sterling fans, it rests on a split-shank sterling silver cuff bracelet with subtle hand-stamped designs. One of a kind. USA. 2-3/8" dia.; 1" tapers to 3/8"W.
Slide 26: JOCK FAVOUR KINSHIP CUFF
Celebrated silversmith Jock Favour hand forged this cuff, repeatedly melting, hammering and shaping a coin silver ingot to create a bracelet rich with meaning and detail. Centered with a Royston turquoise in a hand-cut bezel, it has stamp work throughout, bead ball and rosette detailing and is tipped with open hands reaching toward one another. One of a kind. USA. 2-1/8" dia.; 3/8"W.
Slide 27: AL SOMERS CARICO LAKE TURQUOISE CUFF
A beautiful combination of highly prized turquoise and the beloved artistry of the late silversmith Al Somers, this sterling silver cuff bracelet features the maker's custom stamps and square center stone from Nevada's Carico Lake mine. One of a kind. USA. 2-3/8" dia.; 5/8" tapers to 1/4"W.
Slide 28: DIAMOND CONCHA NECKLACE
Brushed sterling silver glows, from the handcrafted Navajo pearls to the stunning pendant handcrafted in traditional concha style and accented with repousse, scalloped stamp work and a raw diamond set in a 14kt gold bezel. Sterling hook closure. Handcrafted in USA exclusively for Sundance by Dennis Hogan. 16-1/2"L; pendant 1-3/8" dia.
Slide 29: JOCK FAVOUR CHEYENNE CUFF
Southwestern silversmith Jock Favour melds traditional Native American jewelry-making techniques with clean, simple lines to create pieces loved by collectors worldwide. In this cuff, forged by the artist from a coin silver ingot, hand-carved lines and stamped detailing frame an oval of turquoise from Nevada's Cheyenne mine. One of a kind. USA. 2-3/8" dia.; 3/8" tapers to 1/4"W.
Slide 30: 1930S SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
A roped sterling silver Naja pendant, sterling squash blossoms and stamped bow-box sterling overlays are just a few of the details that make this vintage Native American necklace a prized find. Strung with handcrafted sterling silver beads known as Navajo pearls and set with turquoise from the famed Sleeping Beauty mine, first discovered by the Anasazi and now closed, it's a timeless piece to collect and treasure. Sterling hook and eye closure. One of a kind. USA. 22"L; butterflies 1-1/2" x 3/8"; naja 2-3/8" x 1-3/4".
Slide 31: WINDOW TO THE WEST CUFF
Celebrated silversmith Jesse Robbins creates modern works using age-old Native American jewelry-making techniques. In this cuff bracelet, hand forged by the artist from a single coin silver ingot, a simple yet stunning hand-stamped rectangle evokes a window opening to the vistas and landscapes of the American West. One of a kind. USA. 2-1/4" dia.; 1/4"W.
Slide 32: 1950S PUEBLO CROSS NECKLACE
The cobalt blue trade beads in this vintage, sterling silver necklace date back to the time when Russians traded with Alaska natives for furs. The question of how they came to the Native American who made this necklace is as unknown as the artist himself. What is clear is the skill, artistry and distinctive design displayed by the double-barred, hand-stamped Pueblo cross which ends in a heart. Traditional wrapped closure. One of a kind. USA. Exclusive. Approx. 32"L; cross 3"L x 1-1/4"W.
Slide 33: 1960S STAMPED STERLING CUFF
Like a garland of flowers, stamped designs artfully placed decades ago by the hand of an unknown Native American artisan wrap around this exquisitely handcrafted sterling silver cuff. One of a kind. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/4" dia., 1-1/16"W.
Slide 34: ITHACA PEAK CUFF
A love of the southwest and traditional Native American craftsmanship influences every piece silversmith Jesse Robbins creates. In this coin silver cuff, the only one of its kind, Jesse combines a strikingly simple design with hand etching, overlays and repoussé, all of which creates a beautiful backdrop for a turquoise center stone from Arizona's Ithaca Peak Mine. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/2" dia., 1" tapers to 3/4"W.
Slide 35: VINTAGE LANDER TURQUOISE CUFF
Custom stamp work, indicative of the designs used in the 40s and 50s, flanks a recessed sterling panel holding an oval Lander Blue Turquoise, which is among the most valuable and highly sought American turquoise today. Handcrafted of sterling silver. One of a kind. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/2" dia., 1-1/4"W.
Slide 36: ARIZONA TURQUOISE CUFF
Born and raised in Arizona, Jesse Robbins studied under the mentorship of famed silversmith Jock Favour and draws upon his experience as an archeologist in the Southwest to create his handcrafted pieces. In this coin silver cuff, Robbins has placed a natural stone from Arizona's Turquoise Mountain mine, framing it with beautifully balanced custom stamp work and accenting it with bead ball and roped detailing. One of a kind. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/4" dia., 1/2" tapers to 1/4"W.
Slide 37: 1950S MORENCI CUFF
Turquoise from Arizona's now closed Morenci mine is increasingly rare and highly valued for its high quality and beautiful blues. Here, framed with roped sterling and accented with bead balls, Morenci turquoise shows off its range, clustered in rounds and ovals on a one-of-a-kind, sterling silver cuff handcrafted decades ago by a Native American artisan. USA. Exclusive. 2-3/8" dia., 1" tapers to 1/2"W.
Slide 38: NAJA & CROSS NECKLACE
Though Jesse Robbins uses age-old Native American jewelry making techniques, he imbues each piece he creates with simple and striking style. In this leather necklace, he's placed a hand-forged Naja pendant at the center, embellishing it with a traditional double-barred cross, hand-stamped etching and turquoise tips. Tied leather closure. USA. Exclusive. 34"L; Naja 2-3/4"L x 2-1/2"W.
Slide 39: LASSO TURQUOISE CUFF
In between cabochons of Royston turquoise, hand-stamped motifs featuring roped crescents trade places with subtle repoussé in this coin silver cuff handcrafted by famed silversmith Jesse Robbins exclusively for Sundance. One of a kind. USA. 2-1/4" dia., 1/2"W.
Slide 40: 1930S RED MOUNTAIN CUFF
Hand-stamped designs bridge the gap between a trio of turquoise from Nevada's Red Mountain mine. Hand-forged of coin silver, the cuff dates back more than half a century and is one of a kind. USA. Exclusive. 2-3/8" dia., 1/2"W.
Slide 41: BUFFALO STAMPED COIN SILVER CUFF
A single ingot of coin silver, meticulously hand forged, hammered and brushed, creates a rich, glowing backdrop for subtle repoussé and the custom stamp work of Buffalo, the famed Santa Fe silversmith and maker of this one-of-a-kind piece. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/4" dia., 7/8"W.
Slide 42: FAVOUR FOX TURQUOISE CUFF
Arizona native and renowned silversmith Jock Favour blends time-honored Native American techniques with simple, strong design in each piece he creates. Hand forged from a coin silver ingot, this one-of-a-kind cuff by Favour is embellished with hand-stamped, lozenge-shaped repoussé, deftly etched borders and a turquoise from Nevada's Fox Mine. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/4" dia., 5/8" tapers to 3/8"W.
Slide 43: EASTER BLUE SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
Easter Blue turquoise comes from one of the oldest Nevada mines and the early stones are prized for their brilliant blues. Here in this vintage squash blossom necklace, three Easter Blue turquoise cabochons accent a hand-stamped, double-barred sterling silver Naja pendent which hangs from a string of sterling Navajo pearls holding ten expertly handcrafted squash blossoms. Made in USA. One of a kind. Pendant measures 2"L x 2-1/8"W. 22-1/2"L.
Slide 44: HIGH DESERT TURQUOISE CUFF
Renowned for its sky-blue color, turquoise from Arizona's Ithaca Peak Mine makes a beautiful statement in this handcrafted cuff by Jesse Robbins. Using the traditional ingot method, Robbins fashioned this cuff by repeatedly heating, cooling, hammering and hand stamping a coin silver ingot with his custom stamps to achieve the desired shape and design. Made in USA. Exclusive. 9/16"W x 2/1/4" dia.
Slide 45: 1950S THUNDERBIRD CUFF
Hand stamped more than half a century ago by a skilled Native American craftsman, this sterling silver cuff bears traditional motifs, from stylized scallops to thunderbirds—a symbol of power, strength and protection. The cuff glows with a subtle patina acquired over the years. Made in USA. One of a kind. 1"W x 2-1/2" dia.
Slide 46: 1950S CORAL CUFF
Hand-cut sawtooth bezels embrace five domes of natural Mediterranean coral, its sun-kissed color a lovely complement to the glowing patina of this handcrafted sterling silver cuff. Dating back to the 1950s, the cuff is accented with beaded sterling. Handmade in USA. One of a kind. 1/2"W x 2-1/4"H.
Slide 47: 1940S BLUE GEM SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
Vintage and one of a kind, this handcrafted necklace displays a wide range of traditional Native American artistry, from its double row of hand-cast sterling silver beads, commonly known as Navajo pearls, to its finely made squash blossoms, each set with a hand-stamped and beaded sterling overlay holding turquoise from Nevada's Blue Gem Mine. At the apex, a triple-barred Naja pendent bears three more Blue Gem turquoise. Naturally oxidized with a rich patina, the necklace fastens with a sterling hook and eye clasp. Handmade in USA. Pendant measures 3"W x 2-3/4"L. 30-1/2"L.
Slide 48: WESTERN RHYTHMS CUFF
Hand-stamped motifs set up a gentle rhythm on this cuff by Jesse Robbins, a protégé of Jock Favour and a celebrated silversmith in his own right. Starting with coin silver, Robbins cast the cuff in tufa stone and embellished it with his custom stamps, subtle repoussé and a center stone of Cheyenne turquoise. One-of-a-kind. USA. 2-1/8" dia. 3/8" tapers to 1/4"W.
Slide 49: 1920S NAVAJO SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
A classic and beautifully executed example of the traditional Native American squash blossom necklace. Dating back to the twenties, this sterling silver necklace, aged to a rich patina, is made with hand-forged beads, known as Navajo pearls, and bears ten blossoms, each handcrafted, and a primitive, yet perfectly proportioned, Naja pendant with stamped rosette detailing. Traditional leather ties. USA. One-of-a-kind. 30"L. Naja 3-1/2"W x 2-1/2"L; blossoms 1-3/4"L.
Slide 50: 1940S TURQUOISE WINDOWS CUFF
An array of skilled silverwork comes together in this vintage sterling silver cuff. With a triple split shank, stamped and scalloped sterling overlay and chiseled, triangular bars, it makes an attractive backdrop for a row of square-cut Nevada turquoise held in sterling bezels. USA. One-of-a-kind. 2-3/8" dia. 1" tapers to 5/8"W.
Slide 51: WESTERN RENAISSANCE CUFF
Rich with repousse and intricate hand-stamped designs, this sterling silver cuff, forged from a silver ingot, is a fine representation of the skilled artistry of the master silversmith known as Buffalo. One of a kind, it features a hand-selected Fox Mountain turquoise with unique matrix and beautiful color. Made in the USA. 2-3/8" dia. Approx. 1-1/2" tapers to 1"W.
Slide 52: ITHACA PEAK TURQUOISE CUFF
Set with turquoise from Arizona's Ithaca Peak Mine, prized for its rich blues and intricate matrix, this one-of-a-kind cuff by Jesse Robins, shows off his artful repousse and custom stamp work. Forged from coin silver and hammered by hand. Made in the USA. 2-1/8" dia. 1/2" tapers to 1/4"W.
Slide 53: ROSETTE STERLING CUFF BY BUFFALO
Rosettes, repoussé and custom stamp work make this one-of-a-kind cuff by the renowned silversmith Buffalo an artful study in contrasts and a true collector's piece. Handcrafted of sterling silver in the USA exclusively for Sundance. 2-3/8" dia., 1" x 5/8"W.
Slide 54: WESTERN WAYS KINGMAN CUFF
Forged by hand from a sterling silver ingot, this cuff, created by the artist known as Buffalo, evokes Native American traditions and motifs with hand-stamped arrows and thunderbirds along with subtle repoussé. Crowned with a stunning turquoise mined from Arizona's Sleeping Beauty Mountain, this one-of-a-kind cuff was made in the USA exclusively for Sundance. 2-1/2" dia., 1-1/4" x 3/4"W.
Slide 55: 1920S SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
A stunning example of early Navajo craftsmanship, this sterling silver necklace features traditional squash blossoms (12 in all) and a Naja crescent embellished by hand with chisel work on either end. Aged to a rich patina, the hand-forged beads, commonly known as Navajo pearls, fasten with a hook and eye closure. Made in the USA and one of a kind. Approx. 27"L.
Slide 56: 1960S CONCHA BELT
Stamp work, overlay, rare turquoise and unique hand-cut designs convene in this collector's concha belt. Dating back to the sixties, it holds seven oval conchas and seven butterfly conchas, each hammered and stamped by the hands of Native American artisans. Set with 22 turquoise from the now closed Morenci mine and fashioned with supple leather worn and weathered by the years, this belt is a true work of art. 2-5/8" x 2-1/4" ovals; 2-1/8" x 1" bowties; 34" to 36"L.
Slide 57: 1950S NEVADA TURQUOISE CUFF
Taking its cue from the designs found in serapes and Native American rugs, this hand-stamped sterling silver cuff from the fifties is embellished all around with a bold, repeating pattern and holds three intricately webbed Nevada turquoise in sawtooth bezels. Made in USA and one-of-a-kind 2-2/2" dia.; 1-1/8"W.
Slide 58: 1940S BISBEE TURQUOISE CUFF
A beautiful example of inventive stamp work, this vintage sterling silver cuff bears an oval of highly collectible turquoise from Arizona's now closed Bisbee mine. The stone is surrounded with flourishes of overlaid sterling and repeated hand-stamped designs and repoussé. Made in USA and one of a kind. 2-3/8" dia.; 1-3/8"W.
Slide 59: SWIFT ARROW CUFF
Using stamps of his own design, the Santa Fe silversmith known only as Buffalo has embellished this one-of-a-kind sterling silver cuff with arrows, feathers and scalloped crescents. Set with a natural American turquoise, it's an enduring and artful example of Buffalo's mastery of traditional jewelry-making technique. Made in USA. 2-1/2" dia., 1"W.