A true dead pawn Native American Indian piece that we picked it up from a charming older lady. It is a kids piece but she was tiny and she wore it since she got it in the 1970's.
The rich black is done in enamel and one section is missing a bit. The razor prong setting is a great choice for the powder or sky blue gem.
The cuff isn't signed but has been acid tested and is fine sterling silver.
The beaded metal on the split cuff adds interest.
The silver is pretty warm but could be buffed to a shine if you wanted it to do so.
The bracelet measures just about 4 1/4" with a cloth tape around the inside and has an opening of just about 1" . It is just about 3/4" at it's tallest point.
Good vintage condition. The cuff is slightly bent towards the top but could probably be put back into shape if it were a problem for you.
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