I antiqued the silver and fastened it to a piece of heavy red cow hide to give it an more of an old style rustic look.
It has 2 sets of holes to adjust it to fit almost any wrist.
This Keh Toh also ties traditionally with white buckskin. The silver work is fastened on the inside by buckskin as well and may initially stick out a bit into your wrist, this is normal and will wear down with use.
The turquoise is a bit more of a pale green than what is pictured.
Keh Toh are traditionally worn on the wrist to protect your arm from being scraped by the bow string.
Today they are still worn for protection and as a symbol of esteem on the Dine' Nation.
This is a great price considering what you will find online sold as "old pawn"... no traders here, buy direct!
*I will be posting more as soon as I make them, I can also do custom orders for these but designs vary and depend on stones I have available.