The stamping still has a lot of definition to the original impressions. The oval shaped blue-green turquoise stone measures 23mm x 14.7mm and has beautiful beige to reddish-brown natural inclusions. The inside of the shank has no hallmarks, but a couple sets of lightly engraved numbers/letters "174, ANY". The total inner circumference of this bracelet is 6 1/4 inches. Please see detailed measurements below.
This cuff has some give to it, but always use caution when fitting vintage cuffs. This piece has some vintage patina, as photographed. It could be polished shinier if preferred. Overall, this piece is in very good vintage condition for its age. Tip to tip : 5 1/4 inches.
Total inner circumference : 6 1/4 inches. Right to left center of the bracelet opening : 2 5/16 inches. Widest Point: 1 1/16 inches.Hallmarks: none, tested as sterling silver all over. Condition: very good vintage condition with vintage patina and natural inclusions to the stone. Inv # 9810 - bin 1. 100 % of the items I sell are pre-owned, vintage, or antique. Every item I sell will have some signs of wear. The combination of photos and descriptions are my best effort to communicate the beauty, condition, and any defects. Your personal expertise regarding an item may well be greater than mine so feel free to ask questions regarding elements not mentioned in my description. Sometimes issues come up and there are delays, which I understand.
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The item "Vintage very fine 1950s sterling silver spiderweb turquoise Navajo cuff bracelet" is in sale since Wednesday, November 20, 2019. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Bracelets". The seller is "justifiable_expense" and is located in Eugene, Oregon. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, Japan, Australia.