IT HAS 7 LARGE COBBLESTONE SET BRILLIANT BLUE GEM TURQUOISE NUGGETS. EACH IS SURROUNDED BY HANDMADE BEZEL AND INGOT BALLS. THE ENDS HAVE TRADITIONAL HAND STAMPED DESIGN ELEMENTS-SEE PICTURES. THE BRACELET IS APPROX 1/2" WIDE, WITH A 1" GAP OPENING. IT MEASURES APPROX 5 1/2 AROUND THE INSIDE, EXCLUDING THE GAP.
FROM SIDE TO SIDE, WHEN LAYING DOWN FLAT, IT MEASURES APPROX 2 3/8. A GOOD OLD ARIZONA , MARKET FRESH ESTATE PIECE. INSPECT PICTURES FOR FURTHER DETAILS. Most items we sell are vintage and presumed to be'used', unless otherwise stated.
Normal wear and tear is to be expected. Please study all of the pictures carefully, as they are an integral part of the item's description.
The item "1920's NAVAJO PAWN BLUE GEM TURQUOISE & INGOT SILVER CUFF BRACELET, COBBLESTONE" is in sale since Saturday, November 2, 2019. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Vintage Ethnic/Regional/Tribal\Native American (pre-1935)". The seller is "mf1456" and is located in Scottsdale, Arizona.
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