Estate Jewelry item:
Presented here is a sterling silver Native American cuff bracelet from the 1960s. The bracelet is precious metal hallmarked "sterling" and weighs 44 grams. The bracelet is in very good, "like new" condition.
The inside of the cuff is stamped with the Bell Trading Post logo used by that company from 1960 to 1968.
The store was in business in Albuquerque New Mexico from 1935 to 1972. During that time the Michelson family owned the post and employed silversmiths from various Native American tribes throughout the American Southwest to make the jewelry they sold in the store.
The cuff bracelet presented here is a "channel" design with four twisted rope designs set in four of the channels. The piece is 100 % sterling silver. The bracelet is 1 inch in width and measures 5 inches round with a 1 1/2 inch opening. The piece fits a 6-inch wrist.
This is a beautiful example of Native American jewelry made for the tourist trade traveling in the American Southwest in the mid 20th century. The workmanship is very good and at 44 grams the sterling silver gage is substantial. This bracelet shows no signs of wear such as scrapes or nicks. It is in "like new" condition and will be sent to you in a decorative box for keeping.
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Sterling silver cuff bracelet
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