Horsekeeping Sterling Silver Charm Bracelet

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Horsekeeping Sterling Silver
"Spirit" 14-Charm Bracelet
HK Item #NBC202

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Hand made Sterling Silver Charm Bracelet

You can fasten the lobster claw clasp anywhere along the bracelet chain to achieve a perfect fit.

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Size
7 1/2 inches long end to end
Chain
Sterling Silver double curb chain style  
Clasp
Lobster Claw
Artists
Charms by Navajo and Zuni artists, assembled by Cherry Hill & Richard Klimesh, Horsekeeping.com

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Horsekeeping Sterling Silver
"Spirit" 14-Charm Bracelet
NBC202 (ONLY ONE AVAILABLE)

$115 plus s/h

 

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About Horsekeeping Charm Bracelets

Charm bracelets are not by definition a Native American jewelry item. However, there are many small Native American pendants and earrings with great character and detail that make wonderful charms.

All of our charms, bracelets and findings are sterling silver. In most cases, the charms are Native American made in the US by Navajo or Zuni artists. The stones are real turquoise, coral, lapis, acoma jet, and more. Many of the charms are stone inlay with sterling silver channel work. Very nice detail on small items ! Some stones have been stabilized to preserve their color and durability.

All of the charm bracelets you see on our site were designed and assembled here at horsekeeping.com by us. We are not Native Americans.


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