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A Navajo ingot-silver cuff bracelet set with

a five-sided turquoise stone, circa 1920

A very finely-crafted and traditionally made, old-style, ingot-silver bracelet from the first quarter of the Twentieth century, this piece features an interesting five-sided green turquoise stone with nice light-brown matrix, possibly from either the Blue Gem or Royston mines in Nevada. The stone is set in an old-style, “fold-over” type silver bezel. There is beautifully-detailed stampwork on both sides of the stone extending all the way to the bracelet’s terminals. The bracelet measures 1” wide at the widest point.

The interior circumference is 6 1/4” the gap between terminals is 1 1/8” for a total interior circumference of 7 3/8”. It weighs 53 grams/1.87 ounces and is in excellent original condition.

Price $775

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