Dating to the popularity highs of the Fred Harvey era of souvenir jewelry (1940s/1950s or so), here's a Native American - Southwest Indian silver (Navajo or Zuni) cuff bracelet featuring a pair of turquoise cabs (1 blue - 1 green) on either side of a Sun Dancer face. Completing the design are stampings on either side that include arrows and swirling logs. Condition is very fine with no problems I can spot save for a further polish to take off the remaining tarnish (the piece was completely black when found so a polish was definitely in order).Metal Content is Sterling Silver. As is the norm with early pieces of Indian silver, there is NO HALLMARK. Metal was gently tested for content. The silver is of a medium thin weight which means the cuff can be molded to the wrist.
Just be careful when doing this as too much bending can break the sides. A fabric tape taken to the inside measures 6" - on the outside, 7". Width at the top center is 1. I can get the bracelet on my size 7 wrist and it is a perfect fit - something I could wear all day long confident that it would not come off unless I took it off. I describe my items accurately, have multiple pictures on each of my listings so a "surprise" upon receipt is unlikely.However, if something is amiss, I will remedy the situation as quickly as possible. I package my items very well for transit so please please do not worry - your package will arrive intact. My home is smoke and pet free! This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Bracelets & Charms". The seller is "robin_yeo" and is located in this country: US.