Tommy Singer (1940-2014) - Navajo Silver Overlay Bracelet c. 1970s, size 6.75 (J13166)

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63.6g, 1.5" bandwidth, size 6.75 to include a gap of 1.25". Hallmarked "T" a quarter moon pictorial on verso. Acquired from a private collection in Arizona. The owner inherited this item from her cousin, who was a successful public relations marketer in Phoenix, Arizona. The owner believes that this item was gifted to her cousin from Guy Stillman of McCormick Railroad Park, in Scottsdale, Arizona. Tommy Singer is the Navajo jeweler who is credited as the originator of the chip inlay design which he developed in the 1970s. He combines inlayed turquoise, coral, and Silver with traditional Navajo designs to create his unique style. He was taught silver smithing from his father when he was 7 and quickly became proficient in in stamped and overlay designs before pioneering chip inlay designs.
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