Here is an older, early (ca. 1920-1950) twentieth century, cuff bracelet in the Fred Harvey mode. There are no marks; however, the design and workmanship are the same as the bracelets made by the Navaho to be sold in Fred Harvey's gift shops. The bracelet tests sterling. It has Native American symbols engraved on the sides along with other Native American motifs such as raindrops atop the stone. The stone is jasper, or agate, and is probably petrified wood. The stone has a pictorial quality (picture jasper); it looks like a dead tree growing from the side of a cliff against a dark orange sky. The scene looks very much like the landscape where the stone originated. The oval agate is 7/8" X 10/16," the bracelet is 1 3/16" wide. It has an inside circumference of 6 3/4" and an opening of 1 1/2." It will fit an above average sized wrist. There is some flexibility to the silver. This bracelet is in excellent original condition. It weighs 27.2 grams.
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