This is a beautifully handmade sandcast bracelet by Navajo silversmith Gary Custer. It has a series of seven Four Directions symbols which wrap around the cuff. Carved as a one-of-a-kind mold in limestone, molten silver is poured into the flat mold to make the bracelet. After the silver has cooled and it is removed from the mold, the surface was cleaned up with a wire brush and the cuff was bent to shape. Finally, it was oxidized to give it the patina you see on the stippled surface. Very well-made, hefty and built for a big wrist.
Hallmarked GSC and Sterling inside.
Width of cuff: 1 1/8"
Terminal to terminal: 6 5/8"
Gap: 1 1/2"
Total inside circumference (including gap): 8 1/8"
Weight: 108.4 grams