- This distinguished bracelet comes from the days of the Santa Fe Railroad, Fred Harvey Hotels and Trading Posts. Much of this period jewelry is from Albuquerque, New Mexico.
- Made in the 1940’s / 1950’s, this type of bracelet was sold to travelers on the new highway and rail system running throughout the Southwest.
- Shops that produced pieces of this familiar split shank design, employed local Navajo artists to complete the work. This verified that the jewelry was “Indian Made”
- The irregularity of the spaces of the stamps and the shank are indicate of hand stamp work. Fabulous Forest Green Cerrillos Turquoise.
- This piece is beautifully aged with a wonderful patina.
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Circumference (Inside Tip to Tip)
Gap in bracelet
Height of bracelet
(at the front)
3/4″ tall in center
Weight in grams
Maisel’s, Silver Arrow, Bell Trading Co?