Navajo Turquoise and Silver Bracelet c. 1920s.
44.1g, 1" bandwidth, size 7 includes a gap of 1.5". Hand pulled wire.
Good condition: This bracelt has moderate cosmetic imperfections, such as scratches in the silver, but do not significantly detract from its overall appearance. The stones include natural vugs, with no cracks or chips. The silver may show some signs of wear, such as fading or discoloration, but is in good condition with some restoration (see photos). Wear is consistent with age or prior use.
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Acquired from a private collection in Colorado.