Watch cuff


#1

Hi I have had a watch cuff since 1981 that was a gift to me, I just ran across it again after all these years and and wondering what if any it is worth. It has a hallmark of bb, the torquoise that was on it is missing. It would be great if you could tell me something about it.
Thank you,
Cindi
cin2u_2000@yahoo.com


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#2

Thanks for sharing. This is a Navajo made bracelet. The style is chip inlay and was very popular in the late 1970s and 1980s. You hear the bird called peyote bird, water bird, usually is associated with the Native American Church. It looks like the bracelet has lost a stone and this has never been used. The bracelet looks big, if it was fixed and had a watch I would think this being worth a couple hundred dollars.


#3

Hi Jason and thank you for responding, I was also wondering about the bb, do you know who the artist is?
Thank you
Cindi


#4

Sorry I don’t