Hallmark on Raised Inlay Cuff


#1

Does anyone recognize the hallmark on this older cuff? It appears to be tufa cast and a “height” bracelet with excellent raised stone to stone inlay. Appreciate any help. Thank you.


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#2
Does anyone recognize the hallmark on this older cuff? It appears to be tufa cast and a "height" bracelet with excellent raised stone to stone inlay. Appreciate any help. Thank you.

#3

Suzie you do get your hands on some very interesting work. The silver work is not tufa cast, the side pieces are textured with silver dust (scrap). Charles Loloma is famous for this style of inlay, raised, however this is something different. The inlay work is set in a bezel instead of the cuff being the housing for the inlay. Also, the stones are simply cut to make it appear to be several pieces of inlay when it is only one stone per color, it would be interesting to find out who this piece was made by, good luck.