Bell Sterling started trading quality tourist jewelry in Albequerque in 1932 and closed in the 1980s. The original term for the row bracelet was snake eyes. This is a 3 row bracelet with raindrops between, above and below vertically. The natural turquoise stones have darkened to green blue, each is bezel set, 36 cabochons in all. Where there is no turquoise there are feathers chiseled into the sterling. The inside length is 5 1/4", the gap is 1 1/8", total 6 3/8". The width is 15/16". Marked with the bell hanging from a signpost and sterling. The ring is 1/2" wide and a size 5, a pinky ring for me. The ring is marked sterling ESPI. Excellent vintage condition. The turquoise are darker than the photos, which were taken without flash, indoors and out.