Historic Navajo Bracelet With Turquoise & Hearts By Ike Wilson
Show some love for Ike Wilson with this rare historic heart bracelet we've got for you by the controversial Navajo master, whose work is often attributed Austin Wilson. More recent research has advanced the idea that Ike Wilson and Austin Wilson were two separate Navajo jewelers working in the same early time period with Austin Wilson most often erroneously receiving the attribution credit for Ike Wilson's work. Confusing, huh.
This superior silver cuff is set with a single natural green turquoise stone and surrounded by two hearts on either side of the stone. Detailed stamp work, a hallmark of Ike Wilson's, finishes the piece.
The openwork design adds both interest and comfort. The bracelet is great for smaller wrists as it measures 5 3/8" inside with a 1" gap. The width is 3/4".
Stamped on the inside with the bow and arrow hallmark.