The chisel split silver band has visible forging marks and other diagnostic indicators of rolled and hammered ingot metal. While likely meant for a period visitor, the ornament retains these traditional elements and an aesthetic favored by locals. Put another way, it has every bit of "the look" you want. So you know the ninety plus year old former owner had a number of Pueblo and other Southwestern bracelets she wore about in groupings - two decades later I've finally gotten to these, and have been offering a number of them separately.
Weight is good for the form at about 33.5 grams on my portable digital scale. Condition is quite fine with a distinct aura of time to the silver surfaces. Be aware I have avoided every urge to refresh or "improve", to accommodate those who prefer things that way - you want that done you do it. The turquoise sets are well preserved. All typical and expected evidence of previous wrist duty simply validates a history.A look at the pics should give a good idea of appearance and condition - a rather primal Fred Harvey era bracelet that will look great worn about in Santa Fe or wherever you live. Inner circumference is about 4 7/8 in. Plus the generous 1 7/16 in. I don't know what else to say, so there you are. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Bracelets & Charms".
The seller is "pooterpee" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.