A remarkably versatile artist, he is an internationally acclaimed, multi-award winning flute maker, performer, and educator, in Native American flute traditions.
Now, his hand-wrought jewelry reflects the same meticulous craftsmanship, utilizing fine materials.
Mastery in one medium transfers to another, as this precise and handsome bracelet attests.
Shaped with three equally sized sides, the silver is lightly brushed, for a softened shine.
Along each side, a row of decorative arrow shapes cover the cuff in single file.
Within the center of each v-shaped stamp, is a tiny plant-like form, with three leaves.
Across the top, a series of slender tapered shapes are intercepted with circles.
These suggest the designs painted on Plains Indian teepees and parfleche (arrow holder) bags, a sign of Tim’s heritage.
This cuff is beautifully designed, expertly fabricated by hand, with intriguing patterns and impeccable skill.
It is equally handsome, on its own, or stacked; for women, or for men.
Lucky you, whose wrists are large-ish!