This is a Fred Harvey Era Bell Trading Post Petrified Wood Cuff Bracelet Sterling Navajo Native American. 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. This bracelet is absolutely beautiful. Petrified wood stones always seem to inspire some kind of picture or landscape. What do you see? This gorgeous bracelet has an oval petrified wood stone surrounded by raindrop beading, twisted wire, and stamp decoration. The bracelet measures 5 5/8 inches around plus a 1 1/4 inch gap. The width is 1 1/8 inch and the bracelet weighs 22.3 grams. The bracelet is too big for my 6 1/4 inch wrist. There is just a little bit of flexibility for size adjustment, but not recommended.
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