This is a tremendous vintage Navajo inlaid very wide silver cuff bracelet handmade by the incredibly famous artist, William Singer. This remarkable bracelet is very thick and wide and consists of unique turquoise and coral chip inlay patterns. The inlay patterns consist of a mud head dancer Located throughout the phenomenal inlay patterns are unique and precise silver stampings that include water symbols patterns, sun stampings, cloud patterns and plant works.This is one of William older pieces. The width of the bracelet measures around 2inches Sterling silver. The inside end to end measures around 6" with an additional 2"? Great addition to your collection?? William Singer, is the brother of Jackie, Charlie, and Tommy Singer. The Navajo family has used various hallmarks since 1972, all of which are variations of the Singer-Dodge family shop hallmark. The Singer family grew up in the community of Dilcon on the Navajo Reservation. They have been involved in silver smithing, stone and bead work for quite some time, handing down the skills and artistic ability from one generation to another.