Southwestern Native American Indian Sterling silver stamped cuff bracelet, signed SUNSHINE REEVES by the Navajo artist, and stamped STERLING. Outstanding bracelet showcasing a beautiful, deep stamp pattern from terminal to terminal on a heavy-gauge cuff. This piece weighs approximately 38 grams, it's about 5/16" wide, and 5 5/16" around the inside, end to end, measured from the edge of the cuff. Add 1 for the gap. Thank you for supporting authentic Native American art.Daniel Sunshine Reeves was born in 1966 in Twin Lakes, New Mexico. Sunshine began his training in silversmithing a bit later in life, at the age of 24. He learned the craft from his brothers David and Gary, both deceased. His half-brothers Andy and Darrell are also active in the craft, and they also learned much from David Reeves, the older brother. Sunshine is a renowned artisan and his deep and often intricate stamp work has won him many accolades. Sunshine may use up to 10 or even 20 different stamps, all handmade, to create the unique patterns found in his pieces. He makes not only jewelry but also boxes, knives, bowls, and candle holders, and his work is collected throughout the world, and exhibited in schools such as Harvard, galleries, and museums in the US such as the Peabody Museum and the Heard Museum. Hes certainly a master of his craft, and has received several awards including Best of Show in 1997 and Best in Class in 1998 at the Santa Fe Indian Market, and the Best of Show at the Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial. The item "Native American Indian Navajo Sterling Silver Stamped Bracelet SUNSHINE REEVES" is in sale since Sunday, April 28, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Jewelry". The seller is "goesaround2014" and is located in Las Vegas, Nevada. This item can be shipped to United States.