Edison Smith is particularly renowned for his ingot cuff bracelets characterized by highly detailed stampwork and repoussée forms. He smiths silver without the use of electricity and seldom sets stones in his work. His work is highly sought after by collectors from around the world, particularly from Japan.
This classic ingot bracelet shows his very traditional large-pattern stampwork reminiscent of traditional Navajo jewelry from the 1920's to the 1950's. Truly superior work.
Hallmarked ESS and stamped Sterling under a star.
Width of cuff: 1 1/8"
Terminal to terminal: 5 3/4"
Gap: 1 1/4"
Total inside circumference (including gap): 7"