Within 3 days of receiving if there is an error in my description. Also, un-capitalized title words are for search direction and. Are not a specific description of the item. Scarce Pair Early Southwest Indian Silver Turquoise Bracelets navajo ingot pawn coin 1st phase. A very scarce and unusual pair of very early Southwest Indian silver and turquoise bracelets with stamped and filed designs and native hand cut stones.
Although not a true pair as their designs differ, they are the same aesthetics and dimensions and appear to be made by the same hand. The were originally found together and I have chosen not to break them up. Most likely crafted from hammered coins with telltale flaking to the. Inside, I would date these to the very early years of the 20th C, more or less, but that is based on my experience and not first hand knowledge. They are both in excellent condition (see photos) and both measure.
5 & 1/2 interior circumference minus gap with 1 & 1/4 gap between terminals. The identification and dating of Antiques and Decorative Arts is at times a more or less subjective endeavor. For a variety of reasons, one experts results can differ from anothers. My descriptions are based on my researches and experience. This despite the fact that the object was accurately represented and well photographed.
I have been forced to set these limits to try to protect my auctions for the benefit of all honest and conscientious ebayers. The item "Scarce Pair Early Southwest Indian Silver Turquoise Bracelets navajo ingot pawn" is in sale since Friday, May 22, 2020. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Bracelets". The seller is "eyemart" and is located in Miami Beach, Florida.
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