Navajo silversmith Nora Tahe Bill is the wife of silversmith Emerson Bill. Her maiden name, Tahe, identifies her as a member of a very large Navajo family known for its prolific silversmithing members. Nora's specialty is deeply-stamped Sterling bracelets with a lightly brushed finish. Nora and Emerson taught their son Jerald Tahe and daughter Elvira Bill to smith silver and we carry their work as well.
This bracelet is a uniform-width cuff showing deep stamping reminiscent of her husband Emerson's designs. Nora employs 12 gauge Sterling in this fine example of her craftsmanship and clean execution of design.
*Note on sizing: It's easy to adjust this in size, but bear in mind the gap needed for the individual's size wrist. After an initial adjustment to the size, no cuff should be repeatedly bent in order to take it off and put it on.
Hallmarked NORA and stamped STERLING inside.
Width of cuff: 1/2"
Terminal to terminal: 5 3/4"
Gap: 1 1/8"
Total inside circumference (including gap): 6 7/8"