[Picked from SUNDANCE]
Originally used by Navajo archers as wrist protection, the ketoh gradually became adapted by silversmiths into striking cuffs worn in ceremonial dances. Modern Santa Fe silversmith Buffalo creates his one-of-a-kind ketoh in hand wrought sterling silver, replete with hand stamping and set with a square turquoise on a brown leather cuff with sterling buckle. Fits 7-1/2″ to 8-1/2″ wrists. Concho measures 1-3/4″ x 2″.