Native American Indian Massive Navajo Turquoise Old Pawn Cluster Bracelet
$745.00 A sensational late 1930's Navajo Old Pawn cluster bracelet set with all original lovely blue-green turquoise stones in a finely crafted smooth bezels. The early drawn heavy round wires hold the massive medallions. Heavy raindrops complete this handsome early piece. There are some original soldered "fills" done at the time of manufacture. Not sure if they were done to fortify or repair, either way it is very stable now. The center flat oval measures 2-1/8" across and 2" wide and the side ovals are around 2" by 1-1/2". The bracelet is 2-1/8" wide and the center stones measure 1" by 3/4" and it is surrounded by wonderful around 1/2" blue-green tear drop shape stones. Weight is 84.2 grams or almost 3 ounces!!. The bracelet is 2-3/8" across the inside with a 1-1/4" gap. The inside circumference is 6-3/4".Tested as sterling silver.
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