Vintage Native American Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Bracelet

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Native American pawn jewelrySunshine Reeves - Navajo Sterling Silver
Royston Turquoise Bracelet
HK Item #BST458

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Navajo Sterling Silver turquoise bracelet native american

Size

6 3/4" total inside circumference and approximate wrist size. This measurement includes the gap.

The gap is the distance between the ends. On this bracelet, the gap is 1 1/8" and that is part of the 6 3/4" total inside circumference. Adjustable - see how

7/8" tall at front, 3/4" at ends

Material
Turquoise from Royston Mine
Read about stones
Sterling silver, Read about silver
Weight
59 grams
Hallmarks
SUNSHINE REEVES
STERLING
Artist
Sunshine Reeves, Navajo

Navajo Sterling Silver turquoise bracelet native american

Bracelet measurements

The Total Inside Circumference (total measurement around the inside) is also the approximate wrist size. This measurement includes the gap. The gap is the distance between the ends.

How to Choose and Fit a Cuff Bracelet

Sunshine Reeves
Navajo Sterling Silver
Royston Turquoise Bracelet

Paula says - "Extraordinary silver work and a beautiful cabachon from Royston Turquoise Mine. Excellent condition."

Navajo Sterling Silver turquoise bracelet native american

Navajo Sterling Silver turquoise bracelet native american

Questions or more details.

Store Policies

We leave the natural patina on our pawn jewelry because many of our customers like the old "vintage" appearance. If you'd like to clean up your silver jewerly, new or old, check out our handy silver cleaning and polishing cloth.

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Paula's Collection

Native American pawn jewelryDuring my early years, I accompanied my parents on trips every year, usually to Florida to escape the harsh midwest winters but also out west on summer road trips. During those trips, I accumulated the type of tourist grade Native American jewelry that a kid would buy and now, years later those items are referred to as being "Fred Harvey" style. 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.

You can read more about Fred Harvey here.

From childhood through college and beyond, I had an eye for that type of jewelry and collected it, yet rarely wore it !! About the only jewelry I wore for years was a Swiss Army watch and my wedding band. My Mother, also a jewelry lover, gave me a few vintage Native American pieces she had picked up. That really got me interested in older pawn items.Yet I was a collector, not a wearer.

Then suddenly, about ten years ago I started wearing first one Native American item, then another and soon I felt incomplete if I didn't wear at least one bracelet and necklace or pendant. Now I wear rings, belt buckles, watches and all things Native American. My favorites include lapis lazuli items, water bird pendants, Hopi bracelets and pendants, anything with Man in the Maze on it, silver beads, heishi of all kinds, storyteller bracelets, rings of all kinds, all kinds of fetishes and more.

Once I started working here at Horsekeeping and they added Native American jewelry to the website, my personal collection quickly outgrew my jewelry box.....so much so that I had to make a rule. Maybe some of you have done this with the clothes or shoes or purses in your closet. For every new item I bring into my personal collection, I must trade out at least one item. I've been doing this for years and now have quite a box of items that I will list in my own section "Paula's Collection".

When I first began collecting Native American items, I didn't realize the importance of knowing the artist's name - if I liked something and wanted it, I bought it. But now with all of our personal contacts with artists, our reference library, and our interest in providing as much information as we can to our customers, we are all very interested in finding out the artist's name, relatives, and tribal affiliation. So I'll do my best to give you the most information I can on each piece.

I hope you enjoy browsing through our pawn shop - and Paula's Collection - it is a treasure trove of American History!

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