Navajo Silver And Turquoise Bracelet/cuff Signed F.g. Large *st787 For Sale
Howdy, I’m moxnix46.
We sale estate and vintage tribal jewelry from the Southwest United States.
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We sell and ship only to the USA.
Here is a Great Navajo Silver and Turquoise Bracelet
Sterling Silver (heavy gauge)
What a fabulous bracelet!
This bracelet is large and impressive!
Notice the elaborate silversmithing!
A rare item!
It is signed by the Navajo silversmith, "F.G." (Frank Guerro)
The bracelet measure 5 3/8" not counting the 1 1/4" gap on the bottom
It is 2 3/8" wide at the widest point
It weighs 113.2 grams
As in all our estate jewelry, this hasn’t been cleaned or polished
Make it as shiny as you wish!
SHIPPING AND OTHER INFO
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Payment is due at time of purchase
We do not allow returns so, please contact us with any questions you have "BEFORE" you buy. We will be happy to help you with them.
Definitions: We are very clear in our ads when we state EXACTLY what an item is constructed from. If you do not know what the different types of silver and turquoise are, please read this. Sterling Silver: is .925 (almost) solid silver. Nickel Silver: Once called German silver, silversmiths have used it for the last 100 Years in jewelry making and today as “silverware”. Although it contains no actual silver it’s takes the same amount of work and craftsmanship as sterling. Many collectors prefer it over sterling as it does not tarnish as easily and quickly like sterling. Genuine Turquoise: This is actual turquoise stone. Because turquoise stone is very soft it is usually stabilized in one way or another by clear sealers etc, so it does not scratch so easy. Block Turquoise: Called block because it is sold in large blocks. It is laboratory created. It has been used in the southwest for 50 years. It actually requires more labor than natural turquoise because of it’s hard consistency. It’s harder to carve than stone. Estate Jewelry: This is jewelry that is previously owned. It does not mean that they are antique or even vintage. Some items may only be a year old but came from an estate. Vintage Jewelry: If we feel an item is 25 years old or older we call it vintage. Old Pawn Jewelry: our definition of Old Pawn is an old item that is high enough quality that a pawn shop back then would allow the owner to pawn it.