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VINTAGE MODERNIST SILVER & TURQUOISE CUFF BRACELET, SIGNED, BUT WHO?

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Jewelry523 of 699Art Deco Sterling Silver "Arrowhead" NecklaceLGE OLD MODERNIST SILVER PENDANT NECKLACE SIGNED..BUT WHO?
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    Posted 6 years ago

    mf1456
    (19 items)

    This heavy vintage cuff bracelet has an asymetrical, modernist shape to it. Signed...but who? I cannot really decipher all of the letters clearly. The work is very clean and expertly rendered. Certainly the work of an advanced silversmith. I had a second cuff by this same artist,( same signature) very similar in styl, with a slightly different stone arrangement, and a few ingot balls thrown in. I sold it years ago without ever knowing the maker. Both purchased at the same estate, no further info unfortunately. Any ideas?

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    1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 6 years ago
      Could it be Shay?
      Navajo artist James Shay of Lukachukai, Arizona?
      His signature was JS.
      A later generation?
      Just guessing.
      I thought someone would have picked it by now.
      It's been 10 hours!
      It's a stunner!

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