Legit Tommy Singer piece?

I hope I’m not overposting…I try to post topics that are good learning opportunities. I was helping a friend set up at a nearby antique show and came across a box of silver. Because I’m weak to the turq, a cuff caught my eye that resembled a pendant I have. It’s marked “T. Singer” but not in a font that I’ve seen online as one Tommy Singer’s signatures. It’s also not marked “sterling” as usually appears under his hallmark. And stylistically his bracelets seem to have more of a hopi look to them. I’m guessing it’s not an authentic Singer piece, however I welcome any thoughts you might have on it. (In the 2nd photo it’s the wide silver cuff with the single blue stone,) Thank you all!


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that is one nice looking cuff. screen capture below from 1 online source of examples

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Love them both!! It’s a good thing that I don’t live close to any markets…I would be broke continuously!!

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It sure looks legitimate to me. Singer used a number of hallmarks. The cuff is great and should probably go to live at your house.

Thank you @Steve and @Islandmomma for your insight, that’s promising. I’m still pondering this piece tho. I recall posting something a while back that had a dark recessed background made up of “scratch marks” that put a piece in question. Other Singer pieces the lady had seemed to have a more granular pattern in the dark recessed areas. Hmmmmm

I’ve seen more recent “T&S Singer” pieces that have the scratch-marked looking background.

Both cuffs are beautiful.