This vintage bracelet is marked Silver Arrow Sterling, which means that it was made for the Silver Arrow shop that was open from the 1930's to the 1950's in Kansas City, Missouri. This puts this cuff in the Fred Harvey era, when it became more common for people to visit the Southwest as tourists. This shop employed Navajos to make their jewelry, and this bracelet is decorated with stamped symbols, and some small appliques around a turquoise-colored cabochon. This piece is in very good condition, especially considering its age, with a good finish and no damage.
This light cuff is 3/4 of an inch wide at the center, narrowing to 1/4 of an inch at the ends, and it has an inside measurement of 5 1/4 inches, not including a gap of 1 1/4 inches. It weighs 12 grams, and it is adjustable, although it would be a good idea to do it carefully and only one time, if possible. This is a true vintage piece of Southwestern jewelry, and even though it's at least 60 years old, you can wear and enjoy it for more years to come.
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