My Dad purchased this watch band in the early 1970s at a rest stop near Wendover Nevada, where Native Americans used to lay out their Indian jewelry wares on blankets right in the parking lot or on the sidewalks. The sterling silver V-shape watch tips have embedded rows of cube cut turquoise and coral stones. The flex band itself is probably original to the watch and should be cleaned or replaced. I've left the MZ Berger watch in place - it will be included but does need a battery.
There are no loose, missing, or chipped stones. I cleaned the silver after taking the photos in order to look for a mark, though the metal did test as sterling. Using a strong jeweler's loupe, I did find the faint Sterling mark at the back of one tip, though it's tiny and worn. The tips are about 1-3/8 inches long not including the hinges by the same in width at the widest points.