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Vintage Fred Harvey Era Navajo Bracelet with Turquoise

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Offered is a collectible sterling silver Navajo bracelet featuring intricate stamped designs popularized by the 1920s-40s tourist market and especially the Fred Harvey Company in the American Southwest.This is a little more special and detailed than most tourists bracelets: it is wider and features three-dimensional stars and applied thunderbirds as well as a variety of intricate stamping designs including sun symbols and flowers. Beautiful, bright large piece of natural turquoise. 5 1/2" plus 1 1/8" gap. 1 9/16" wide. 37.7 grams. Excellent vintage condition. Winning bidder will pay actual shipping costs via Priority Mail. Buyers are covered under Paypal's Buyer Protection plan in case of loss. Items must be paid for within 5 days of close of the auction. As in any auction, all sales are final. If you have questions or concerns, please contact me prior to bidding. Please see my other auctions for more great Native American jewelry from my collection.

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