When we first began buying Aaron's bracelets around 2002, this was the style he was most often making; sometimes set with stones, quite often without stones. This is a particularly traditional style of silverwork that one rarely sees these days. Besides the large-pattern, deep stampwork and the large repoussée forms, Aaron's oxidized patina is like no one else's. All the best silversmiths are unique in the patina finishes they apply to their work. This piece has a repoussée blossom stamp in front with a round of natural Sleeping Beauty turquoise as the center of the flower. Gorgeous!
Hallmarked Aaron Toadlena inside near one of the terminals and also stamped with Aaron's pictographic hallmark which is an open-palmed hand with the inititials A.T. on the palm.
Stone: 1/4" diameter
Uniform width of cuff: 1 3/8"
Terminal to terminal: 5 7/8"
Gap: 1 1/4"
Total inside circumference (including gap): 7 1/8"