Fred Harvey Era Bracelet Sterling or Coin Silver Old Tourist Era Collectible

Fred Harvey Era Bracelet Sterling or Coin Silver Old Tourist Era Collectible


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 has a highly polished piece of petrified wood for a cabochon. It also features wire embellished work. Most likely Navajo made, but it is unmarked (as is most Native jewelry from this period). Tested positive as Sterling (.925).  

Maker: Most likely Navajo or Pueblo, but there is n maker's mark (as was common of Native Style jewelry from this era).

Approx. Age: Vintage (Circa 1930's)

Size: Inside circumference measures just under 5 1/4 inches plus there is just under a 1 3/8 inch gap. It is 1 3/4 inches across at the widest point!  Weighs 50.2g.

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

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