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This lovely bracelet was quite beautifully and carefully-crafted with a wealth of wonderful details beginning with its central row of nine perfectly-matched, greenish-blue turquoise stones each set into its own individual, finely-serrated silver bezel. The stones are bordered along their upper and lower edges by two rows of 8 applied silver “raindrops”. The ends of the bracelet are decorated with very interesting and unusual stamped crescents applied in a horizontal orientation.

The bracelet is 3/8” wide along most of its length, tapering down to 3/16” at the terminals. The inner circumference end-to-end is 5 7/16”, the gap between terminals is 1 1/16” for a total interior circumference of 6 1/2”. The bracelet weighs a very comfortable 29 grams or 1 ounce and

it is in excellent original condition.

The unknown Navajo or Zuni silversmith who made this bracelet knew his craft extraordinarily well. It’s a real gem!

Price $875

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A very finely-made, vintage Navajo or Zuni ingot-silver and turquoise narrow “row”-style bangle bracelet, circa 1920’s-1930’s