High Grade Turquoise and Sterling Silver Bolo - Circa 1970s *Navajo* *Morenci*

High Grade Turquoise and Sterling Silver Bolo - Circa 1970s *Navajo* *Morenci*


Maker: Etched on the back, "Handmade by Justin Morris, Navajo". 

Approx Age: Vintage, circa 1970s (has a Bennett Pat. Pend. clip on the back, which was used mostly from the mid-60s thru 1980s and is also adorned with leaf appliqué commonly used in the 1970s).

Size:  Overall width of the slide is about 1 1/2" w x 2 1/4" h. It's on a 36" braided leather cord with sterling tips. Weighs 34.9 g. (With most the cord on the scale).

Additional Info: A vintage bolo with a great turquoise cabochon which we will attribute to the Morenci mine due to its coloration and the presence of a certain look of iron pyrite. Has nice tips. Tested as sterling silver. 

Condition: Vintage good, normal wear expected.

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