This single stone bracelet by Navajo silversmith Guy Hoskie is set with a large, thick oval of natural, untreated Ithaca Peak turquoise from Arizona. Like the Kingman Mine, Ithaca Peak is a turquoise mine owned by the Colbaugh Family. It is adjacent to the Kingman Mine but yields turquoise which is particularly blue, with some even deeper blue than this. Guy set this stone in a smooth bezel which he wrapped with raindrop wire. This cuff is slightly convex and has scalloped edges. This cuff is also made with heavier 12 gauge Sterling; so it's a real quality piece with nice weight. It's made for a small wrist.
Guy's hallmark consists of his initials G and H with the word Sterling stamped between the letters of his initials.
Stone: 1 1/2" x 1 1/4"
Width of cuff: 1 1/2"
Terminal to terminal: 4 3/4"
Total inside circumference (including gap): 5 3/4"