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Native American Navajo Dead Pawn Old Turquoise Row Tooled Sterling Cuff Bracelet For Sale
Native American VintageNavajo Dead Pawn Turquoise RowTooled Sterling Silver Woman's Bracelet / Cuff
Welcome to Amanasky!! We feature select Native American Traditional and Contempory handcrafted Jewelry purchased directly from artists and reputable traders.
. Free Shipping in US.Old Dead Pawn Beautiful Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Row Bracelet. Seven beautiful Kingman Turquoise cabochons set in silver saw tooth bezels and silver beads.Each cabochon 3/8" on ends to 7/8" in center ovals.Weight 37 grams (1.3 oz). Bracelet size - five and seven eights inch (5 7/8") band with a one inch (1.0") opening to fit a small / medium 6 7/8 inch wrist. Bracelet height 7/8 inch in center. Bracelet is slightly adjustable.This bracelet was purchased directly from a Pawn Shop owner and trader near the Navajo Nation in New Mexico. This bracelet came from the traders family collection. They operated trading posts along Rt 66 from the 1940's until 1990's. Native American Navajo craftsmanship.Very good condition with vintage age, wear and patina.stamped sterling E YNative American Pawn JewelryThroughout history pawn by our Native American’s, has been used as a economic and safekeeping activity for material possessions. Guns, saddles and jewelry move in and out of pawn shops during the seasons. Guns and saddles are needed during hunting season and round up and Jewelry is worn during the summer dances and ceremonies. The pawn shop is the place to safe keep possessions when not needed.Native American jewelry, old pawn and vintage jewelry made for Native American’s by Native American’s is believed to be a higher quality and most likely made specifically customized to the buyer’s request and size. This jewelry had different purposes and could be used as decoration, ceremonial or a display of wealth.Besides the beauty, craftsmanship and artistic nature of Native American Jewelry; is that it was once owned, worn, appreciated and used. If the jewelry spirit could talk it would tell of the happy times, sad times, celebrations, ceremonies and its travels in its first life. If you are lucky enough to own a piece of Native American Pawn Jewelry and treasure it, you will add your own story, spirit and share the emotional bond with our Native American treasure and history.TurquoiseThere are many legends surrounding Native American’s and Turquoise. Many believe Turquoise harbors life-giving qualities and symbolized both water and sky. Many people still believe the stone has the power to heal, bring good fortune, improve focus enhance positive energy. By wearing Turquoise it provides protection, good health and long life. Cultures throughout the world believe turquoise is a carrier of positive energy that allows the wearer to deflect negativity and ward off depression. It is also believed to be a stone of good fortune. When offered as a gift, turquoise metaphysical properties will be transferred to the person receiving the stone. Archeologists believe American Indians began mining turquoise thousands of years ago in the American Southwest. Ancient dig sites have been discovered in Kingman, Arizona and other locations.Shipping: We will ship within 24 hours after receipt of payment. Payment: PayPal is our method of payment. Please contact us in advance with any questions. Return Policy: We strive to give the most accurate and clear description on all items we sell. We try to take the best photograph of every individual item possible. If you are not satisfied with any item please e-mail us within 14 days after receipt of you item for return shipping instructions. We will refund your purchase amount through PayPal after return and inspection of the merchandise. Items must be returned in same condition as shipped.
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Native American Navajo Dead Pawn Old Turquoise Row Tooled Sterling Cuff Bracelet: $88