Bell Trading Post Turquoise Sterling Cuff Bracelet Fred Harvey Stamp Decoration RepairedBell Trading Post Turquoise Sterling Cuff Bracelet Fred Harvey Stamp Decoration RepairedBell Trading Post Turquoise Sterling Cuff Bracelet Fred Harvey Stamp Decoration RepairedBell Trading Post Turquoise Sterling Cuff Bracelet Fred Harvey Stamp Decoration RepairedBell Trading Post Turquoise Sterling Cuff Bracelet Fred Harvey Stamp Decoration RepairedBell Trading Post Turquoise Sterling Cuff Bracelet Fred Harvey Stamp Decoration RepairedBell Trading Post Turquoise Sterling Cuff Bracelet Fred Harvey Stamp Decoration Repaired

This is a Bell Trading Post Turquoise Sterling Cuff Bracelet Fred Harvey Stamp Decoration Repaired. The Bell Trading Post was founded in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1935 by Jack Michelson and his wife Mildred. They sold Native American Indian jewelry at various tourist locations in the southwestern United States until the late 1980s. The bracelet has the Bell Trading Post signpost mark and the word sterling. Three gorgeous turquoise stones are bezel set and surrounded by rope twist wire and profuse stamp decoration. Please note the bracelet has two repairs to the cuff. The bracelet measures 5 3/8 inches around plus a 1 inch gap. The width is 1 1/4 inch. The bracelet weighs 21.5 grams. The bracelet fits my 6 1/4 inch wrist perfectly. Size adjustment is not recommended.

Item ID: 22336521


Gender: Female, Age Group: Adult, Color: turquoise, Size: 5 3/8 inch

Bell Trading Post Turquoise Sterling Cuff Bracelet Fred Harvey Stamp Decoration Repaired

$295 USD

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