Navajo"andy Cadman"natural Royston Turquoise/925 Cuff For Sale
Navajo Cuff made by 'ANDY CADMAN
Royston Turquoisecomes from the Royston mining district located near Tonapah, Nevada.
Royston Turquoise in known world wide for having a wide range of Turquoise colors from a beautiful soft blue to emerald greens.
The color ofRoyston Turquoiseoften runs together in the same rock which creates some of the most spectacular Turq. stones in the world!!
RETAILS FOR $390Look @ those deep greens to light greens to blues!!!! This spectacular traditional style cuff was made by Navajo silversmith"Andy Cadman.Born in Gallup,NM & started silver work in '89.Andy is the half brother to numerous yearly Indian Market winner,"Sunshine Reeves". Check out the time consuming stamp work that resembles Navajo textiles!!The high shine of the silver against the oxidation,makes this piece so eye catching!!! Will go with all your other silver pieces,since it is made to stack,if that is what look you like.Beautiful applique work surrounding the beauty of the rich stone.Dress it up or down..Wear it with browns,greens,etc..Such a earthy stone!! Such a simple statement piece,Not too big but yet,substantial.Measures3/4 in.tall,has a 5in. interior with a 1 1/4 gap.The piece can be adjusted,since the gauge of silver makes it workable.Weighs 1.21 oz.on my scale or 34.3 gr.Please measure your wrist with the info I am giving you below before purchasing.!!! Hallmarked"A.Cadman" I have the right to end this listing by times end,if there are only"Watchers" & no buyers!!!! I will not keep this on for the last seconds,before offers are placed!Paypal only,Payments are to be made within 3 days of purchase.Please contact me for International shipping. How to get a good fit with a cuff bracelet The best way to get a good fit is to measure a cuff bracelet you already have that fits you well. The total inside circumference is the inside circumference of the bracelet from end to end plus the gap (the distance between the ends)
If you don't have a cuff bracelet , then measure your wrist where you want to wear the bracelet. Cut a strip of paper approximately 8" long and as wide as the bracelet you would like to wear. Wrap the paper around your wrist where you would wear the bracelet. You might secure the paper with a piece of tape to get a better feel of the fit. Remove the paper and measure from the end to the mark for the circumference of your wrist. EXAMPLE: If the inside Circumference end to end is 5" and the Gap is 1", the total inside Circumference would be 6" and would be suitable for a wrist approximately 5 3/4" to 6 1/4" depending on how tight or loose you like to wear your bracelets.