Like its slightly wider brother, the “Zig-Zag River Cuff” by the same jeweler, this striking bracelet marries simplicity and slightly rugged elegance. The subtle concave silhouette, the crinkled texture and wavy, chiseled design all contribute to the understated quality of distinction.
Flowing around the center, the band of wavy lines represents a river. The watery theme is continued by the hand-chiseled texture. It resembles the play of light on moving water.
Living in the desert, the Navajo really appreciate any moisture they can find. Therefore, this design is a very special symbol of good luck.
Pete Johnson is related to Jennifer Curtis and her father, the late Thomas Curtis, both celebrated for the precision and excellence of their silver work. He carries on the family tradition of meticulous work in this bracelet. Everything about it, from design to symbolism and fabrication, is flawless.
This piece has the same sort of classic, effortless elegance as beautifully cut designer jeans. Like that iconic fashion, this bracelet will go anywhere, every day, and look fabulous.
Count the oohs and aahs when you wear it – often, and with everything in your daytime wardrobe.