Like her renowned father, the late Thomas Curtis Sr., Jennifer is celebrated for the incredibly precise and deep stamp work of her pieces.
She prides herself on the quality of her pieces, putting in patience and perseverance as well.
Another famous jeweler called her ” the best woman jeweler working”; that is seen in this modest, but exquisite bracelet.
The characteristic, heavy gauge of silver she favors is chiseled at the ends, in an unusually handsome and unconventional design.
The face of the cuff itself is remarkable for the impossibly regular design: lozenge-shaped frames around repousse ovals, that are surrounded by darkened silver, with tiny winged stamps in between, top and bottom.
This allows the punched out ovals to glimmer and gleam even more.
Just before the chiseled ends, triangular stamps, with parallel lines inside, point toward the ends and emphasize the theme of rainfall. and water drops.
Water is the very best of luck, in the arid Navajo desert land.
With overlaid silver, chisel work, stamp work, and repousse ovals, there is a great deal of patience, perseverance, as well as artistry, in this bracelet.
Here is an opportunity to enjoy a splendid example of this stellar artist’s work, without breaking the bank – beauty, quality, and practicality, too.