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This is an pre-owned vintage bracelet.
It is in great condition as you can see by the photos.
Although almost surely sterling silver, it is of the era where there are no hallmarks either of sterling or the maker's symbol or mark.
We think this is a Navajo piece from the 1950s.
Very comfortable to wear.
Our pawn shop contains used items, sometimes with materials, date and origin unknown.
Items vary from excellent used handmade Indian items, to costume jewelry, to grab bag groups. We will do our best to honestly describe the items and we suggest you think of our Pawn Shop as a treasure hunt.
Some of the items are dead pawn from pawn shops located in the southwest United States where Native Americans live. Often, Native Americans convert their jewelry into income for expenses or emergencies. Most pawned items are redeemed by the owner before the expiration date. In the few cases where the pawn is not retrieved, it becomes dead pawn and the pawn broker has a legal right to sell the merchandise to recoup the money that was paid to the Native American artist.
We do not polish sterling silver jewelry in the Pawn Shop that has become tarnished because some buyers like the old patina.
We offer silver jewelry cloths that are perfect for the purpose. See http://www.horsekeeping.com/jewelry/cloth/cloth.htm
For new hand made Native American jewelry, visit our regular store at http://www.horsekeeping.com/jewelry/jewelry.htm
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