Antique American Indian Art, llc. Early Fred Harvey Trade style " Silver Arrow" Navajo bracelet. 5" length x 1" gap. Was one of the Fred Harvey era brands for sterling silver. Lots of references in the Fred Harvey.With single turquoise setting and arrow motif both applied as an silver overlay and stamped on the silver cuff. In 1876, Fred Harvey (18351901) struck a deal with Charles Morse at the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad company, permitting Harvey to establish eating houses along the railroad lines, free of charge. At these "Harvey Houses, " wealthy and middle-class Anglo tourists would stop for rest and delicious food as they traveled deeper into the Wild West. In addition to the houses, Harvey also struck a deal to serve food inside the train cabins themselves, providing another source of income for his company. Harvey passed on in 1901, leaving The Fred Harvey Company to his sons. Cultural tourism gained traction in the region, and more hotels were built to accommodate the increase in tourists. The Fred Harvey Company ran Harvey Houses (restaurants) and hotels alike. Once the automobile became a more common way to travel (especially after World War I), there was a considerable decline in the number of train passengers. To adjust to the new tourist demographic, Fred Harvey Company developed new attractions and services. Today, Fred Harvey Company era jewelry is widely collected and sought after. What would my life have looked like, back then? Will this bracelet fit my wrist?
Generally speaking, if you desire a.. The bracelet's total length should be 1/4 to 1/2 longer than your wrist's circumference. The bracelet's total length should be 1/2" to 1" longer than your wrist's circumference.
The bracelet's total length should be 1 or more longer than your wrist's circumference. Make sure that the gap is not wider than the narrow width of your wrist or it will fall off easily! This bracelet has some flexibility to shape to wrist size.We are confident that you will be pleased with the value, service and peace-of-mind that our gallery can offer you. The item "Early Fred Harvey Trade style Silver Arrow Navajo bracelet, ca. 1930-1950" is in sale since Tuesday, November 24, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Jewelry". The seller is "antique-american-indian-art-llc" and is located in Oak Harbor, Washington. This item can be shipped to United States.