1940s Navajo Whirling Log Cuff
Truly a unique piece. This 1930s cuff is all silver and has beautiful stamp work. The cuff has two whirling logs with arrows within. A True 1930s relic from the Harvey era period and a rare piece. If you love the oldies this is an amazing piece and a great stacker cuff.
History: This historic beauty is a Fred Harvey Era piece. For those that don't know Fred Harvey was one of the first restauranteurs in the south west who later became an iconic figure representing an Era of tourist jewelry that was sold. Back in the day when the railroad finally connected from east to west, tourists started flooding into the region and Fred Harvey restaurants became the spot for the local navajo girls to sell their wares. Navajo artists created a unique type of jewelry for the tourist industry that represented the southwest/native american arts through iconic symbols such as thunderbirds, arrowheads, snakes, and cactus. Harvey Era jewelry was made through 1890-1940.
Dimensions:Size: 5 7/8 in.es (sizeable slighter smaller or larger )
Gap (Opening): 1 1/8 in.es
Width of bracelet: 2 4/8 in.es
Height of bracelet: 4/8 in.