Vintage Native American ~ probably Navajo ~ Sterling Silver bracelet with turquoise and coral chip inlay and subtle stamped designs on the sides. Measures 3/8 inch wide, with an inside end-to-end measurement of 5-1/4 inch plus an adjustable opening gap of 1-1/4 inch. Weighs 15.5 grams.
Unmarked as to silver content, as is common for Native American jewelry from this time period, however the silver tests positive as coin silver or better. From Estate sale private collection. Hallmarked with a big T and an upside down v or mountain, as shown. "Tommy Singer" is marked on the inside of the bracelet in black magic marker, but the hallmark is not any of Tommy Singer's hallmarks that I know. Although Tommy used to work in chip inlay, this does not look like his style to me. It's a mystery.
Excellent vintage condition. circa 1960-70's.