For your consideration is this wonderful Indian slave bracelet. The term slave bracelet refers to the fact that the ring is married to the bracelet and the bracelet is married to the ring. These showed popularity in the 1920s and where popular again in the 1970s which I believe is the era of this great set. The turquoise is a beautiful light robin's egg with very pure color. All 3 pieces are marked sterling. The bracelet has a maker's mark. I found three makers with similar marks but none ended with the M going up at the end.
The bracelet center piece measures 1 inch wide. Inside measures 6 and 1/2 inches around including the 1 and 1/8 back opening. It will fit a small or medium wrist. The chain measures 3 and 7/8 inches in length. The centerpiece design in the chain measures 1 and 1/8 by 1/2 inches. The ring is a size 8. The face measures 1 and 1/16 inches high. The set is petite and stylish.
The set is in vintage excellent condition all stone secure. White spots on stones are camera glare. The sterling has a nice patina. The bracelet has minor bending for usage.