Tommy Singer (1940 - May 31, 2014) was a World Famous Navajo Silversmith and his distinct style of Indian Jewelry is recognized the world over. Tommy was a silversmith for over 50 years. He learned the art of silversmithing from his father when he was just 7 years old. His Father Tsinnigine Hathali was a Navajo Medicine man. His early works were done in the Silver overlay technique but soon began to feature Turquoise stones. While working with scrap turquoise chips, Tommy pioneered the technique of Chip inlay used by thousands of artists to this day. Tommy eventually returned to his roots by creating Exquisite Silver Overlaid Jewelry with intricate designs. It has not been recently cleaned as most collectors prefer the old pawn look. This piece is signed T. Singer.
Materials: Sterling Silver
1" Face Width
5 5/8" of Silver, Plus a 1 1/8" Opening
6 3/4" Total, Including Opening - Fits Medium Wrist
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