Not quite forty years old, Harrison Jim is an accomplished silversmith who works in many styles but favors the classic designs best described as Navajo Traditional Revival. His work is done in the old-fashioned way by melting silver, rolling it out and hammering it to form his pieces.
Set with a soft-cornered triangle of natural, untreated Kingman turquoise, this bracelet is a fine sample of precise cold chisel work used to decorate the cuff. The stone is set in a very wide, straight-edged bezel which lends additional depth to this piece. This bracelet has a lightly brushed finish and an oxidizing agent was used to make the stamp and chisel work darker in the textured recesses. The cuff tapers slightly to its softly rounded terminals.
Hallmarked with a capital "H" on the exterior of the cuff near the terminals.
Stone: top to bottom point 7/8"; widest width 7/8"
Width of cuff at center stone: 1 3/8"
Width of cuff at terminals: 1"
Terminal to terminal: 5 1/2"
Gap: 1 1/8"
Total inside circumference (including gap): 6 5/8"