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NOS Vintage Fred Harvey Era
Bell Trading Company
Bowguard Copper Bracelet

HK Item #CSB28

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Vintage NOS copper bracelet Fred Harvey era Native American

Size

7 " total inside circumference and approximate wrist size. See diagram below.

Copper is soft and easy to shape so this bracelet can be adjusted larger or smaller by approximately 1/4". Adjustable - see how.

1 1/4" wide

Weight
39 grams
Hallmarks
SOLID COPPER with bell
Artist
Bell Trading Company craftsman

Bracelet measurements

 

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Vintage Fred Harvey Era
Bowguard Copper Bracelet
HK Item #CSB28 -
Size 7 inch

$65 SOLD

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Paula says - "This vintage wide copper bracelet from the Fred Harvey era is of the bowguard design.

"This bracelet will fit a 7 inch wrist as is and can be easily opened or closed approximately 3/8 inch to fit a larger or smaller wrist."

copper bracelet Fred Harvey Native American

copper bracelet Fred Harvey Native American

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About Copper - Copper is a pure elemental metal, CU on the periodic table. It is reddish brown and is soft enough so that it is malleable which means you can shape and bend it fairly easily. Copper oxidizes and darkens when it comes in contact with the air in the environment. There are many who swear by the health benefits of wearing copper (copper bracelet manufacturers) while others have the opposite viewpoint. Read more about copper . . .

Fred Harvey was an entrepreneur who created an avenue for Indians to make and sell jewelry to the tourists. Jewelry of the Fred Harvey era has typical Indian kitsch of arrows, tomahawks, tipis, thunderbirds and so on and was most produced from 1930 throughout the 1950s. Read more about Fred Harvey . . .

The Bell Trading Company was founded in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1935 by Jack Michelson amd his wife Mildred. They sold Native American Indian jewelry at various tourist locations in the southwestern United States until the late 1980s. Their main competitor was Maisel's Indian Trading Post. The Bell company got its name from Jack's wife, whose maiden name was Bell. In 1972 the company name was changed to Sunbell Corp. and items including giftware and moccasins were added to the jewelry inventory. The types of jewelry sold by Bell Trading included sterling silver, nickel silver, gold, and copper. Over the years numerous hallmarks were used on items sold by Bell Trading. The hallmarks typically included the image of a bell or that of an arrow sign post with a bell sign hanging from it. Shown here a just a few of Bell Trading Company's hallmarks.

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