Navajo ingot silver row bracelet, 1920's
Navajo-made natural turquoise and ingot silver row bracelet, made around the 1920's. Contributed to Juan de Dios. Bracelet is about 3/4" wide at top design, with five turquoise cabochons, one oval one in the center and four teardrop-shaped ones on both sides. There are silver balls and hand-stamped appliques on the split bracelet shank. Nice wear at ends of top stone silver bezel.
This bracelet measures 6 1/8" around, with a 1 1/8" opening, so it can fit wrists up to 7 1/4" in diameter.