Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, even when they are shapes, stamped in gleaming, 14-karat gold, overlying a sterling silver cuff.
If you are a guy, and your wrist measures 6 5/8″‘ all around, these diamonds can be your friend, too.
Looking at the photo, you can see the uncommonly thick heft of the silver, and the gold is equally substantial; it has to be, to support the deep stamping.
The marvelous contrast between the raised diamond forms and the fringed stamps creates a pattern a lot like a Navajo rug.
This decorative design contrasts with the sleek silver borders, and the artist’s signature rounded silver columns at each side of the center.
Horizontal, chiseled lines on the ends, continue the contemporary yin to the more traditional-looking, gold yang.
This accomplished jeweler has created a bracelet that is sumptuous in heft, materials and design.
But he didn’t stop at the outside; there is another hand-stamped design on the interior, continuing the diamond theme!
This corresponds to the Navajo idea of “Hozh’o”, or beauty in every direction.
And this beauty can be worn with everything in your wardrobe, anywhere, any day.
Jeans, suits, dresses, whatever, will be happy to be paired with this splendid, but democratic, cuff.