Native American Indian Made Inlay Yei Cuff Bracelet. See below for more detailed information.
Wow, This is so pretty! The inlay work is set on a very heavy sterling silver cuff. The extra sterling silver adornment on the cuff just sets off the beautiful inlay workmanship. Turquoise, lapis, jet, and spiny oyster make this bracelet stand out! It will fit a 6" to 7" wrist. It has a moon-over-mountain hallmark and is marked Sterling. This bracelet measures 1 1/8" wide at the widest point and 3/4" at the cuff opening. This is a very substantial bracelet and feels so good on your wrist. It is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity. The meaning of the Yei symbol represents the Navajo Yei Spirit who mediates between humans and the Great Spirit. The term Yei derives from the word Yeibicheii meaning the Holy People. Navajo Yei (Yeii) spirits, or deities, are believed to control elements such as the rain, snow, wind and sun and control the night and day.