Fred Harvey Era Bracelet *Sterling* Old Tourist Era Collectible* Crossed Arrows

Fred Harvey Era Bracelet *Sterling* Old Tourist Era Collectible* Crossed Arrows


Description: The Fred Harvey era refers to Native Jewelry items made in the early 1950s back to around the turn of the last century. Mostly they were sold to tourists on the railroads and later, the highways.

This great old bracelet features a nice, old, natural, turquoise  cabochon and has hand-stamped / hand-embellishments. Stamped as Sterling.  

Maker: Most likely Navajo or Pueblo made, but there is no maker's hallmark (as was common of most Native jewelry from this era).  

Approx Age: Vintage (Circa 1930s - 1950s).

Size: Inside circumference measures 4 1/2 inches plus there is just under a 1 1/8 inch gap, (making the inside circumference fit an approx. 5 5/8" wrist). It is 1/2 inch across at it's widest point. Weighs 8.1 g

Condition: Vintage, good for it's age, normal wear expected.

Please look closely at the pictures as they are an important part of our description. 

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Western Trading Post is family owned and operated. Located in Arizona just north of the Tohono O'odham (Papago Indians), just south of the Akimel O'odham (Pima Indians), just east of the Ak-Chin O'odham (branch of Pima Indians) and only a short driving distance from the Apache (N'dee), Navajo (Dine'), Zuni, Hopi, Yavapai, Mojave, and Hualapai Indians. We specialize in Native American Indian and Cowboy items. Items listed here may also be available in our store, therefore we reserve the right to end an auction at any time. 

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