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Stunning & Unique! Southwest Silver Turquoise and Coral Bracelet, handcrafted and signed by the artisan; Valentine's Day

Stunning & Unique! Southwest Silver Turquoise and Coral Bracelet, handcrafted and signed by the artisan; Valentine's Day

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Overview

  • Vintage item
  • Bracelet width: 5 1/4 Inches
  • Can be personalized: No
  • Recycled: No
  • Adjustable: Yes
  • Spinner: No
  • Materials: block turquoise, block coral, nickel silver, signed bracelet, handcrafted, handmade, custom made, silver, bracelet, multi stone, NC
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Description

JUST REDUCED FROM $67.95, Feb. 2018.

MATERIAL(S): Nickel Silver, Turquoise and Coral are both Block

SIZE(S): The cuff measures approximately 5 1/4" inner circumference, with an additional 1 1/8" opening at the back.It measures approximately 1 1/8" wide at the widest point. Total weight is approximately 25 grams.

FLAW(S): None noted.

DESCRIPTION: This is a gorgeous bracelet! Notice the impressive turquoise sets! The double band highlights the set perfectly! It is signed by the silversmith, "N.C."

Nickel silver: Once called German silver, silversmiths have used it for the last 100 years in jewelry making. Although it contains no actual silver it’s takes the same amount of work and craftsmanship as sterling. Many collectors prefer it over sterling as it does not tarnish as easily and quickly like sterling.

Block turquoise and other block sets: Called 'block' because it is sold in large blocks. It is laboratory created. Block is being manufactured in many different countries including the USA. It is sold to Native American's by local jewelry supply companies. It's comprised of many different materials including plastics, epoxy resins and MANY other materials. It has been used in the southwest for over 50 years. It actually requires more labor than natural stone because of its hard consistency. It is harder to carve than stone.

This shop is about jewelry deals of all kinds—Native American jewelry including many #vintage #turquoise (most with real turquoise, although I note otherwise when that’s the case) items; stunning, unique pieces featuring materials such as black #onyx, #coral, #garnet, rose quartz, mother of #pearl, lapis, sandstone, ammonite, #amethyst, Black Hills Gold, citrine, abalone shell, paua #shell, opal, fire opal, peridot, rainbow topaz, sterling #silver and much more. Check back regularly as I have many more items to add. To make this easy to do, just hit the Favorite button on my shop for easy return access later.
JUST REDUCED FROM $67.95, Feb. 2018.

MATERIAL(S): Nickel Silver, Turquoise and Coral are both Block

SIZE(S): The cuff measures approximately 5 1/4" inner circumference, with an additional 1 1/8" opening at the back.It measures approximately 1 1/8" wide at the widest point. Total weight is approximately 25 grams.

FLAW(S): None noted.

DESCRIPTION: This is a gorgeous bracelet! Notice the impressive turquoise sets! The double band highlights the set perfectly! It is signed by the silversmith, "N.C."

Nickel silver: Once called German silver, silversmiths have used it for the last 100 years in jewelry making. Although it contains no actual silver it’s takes the same amount of work and craftsmanship as sterling. Many collectors prefer it over sterling as it does not tarnish as easily and quickly like sterling.

Block turquoise and other block sets: Called 'block' because it is sold in large blocks. It is laboratory created. Block is being manufactured in many different countries including the USA. It is sold to Native American's by local jewelry supply companies. It's comprised of many different materials including plastics, epoxy resins and MANY other materials. It has been used in the southwest for over 50 years. It actually requires more labor than natural stone because of its hard consistency. It is harder to carve than stone.

This shop is about jewelry deals of all kinds—Native American jewelry including many #vintage #turquoise (most with real turquoise, although I note otherwise when that’s the case) items; stunning, unique pieces featuring materials such as black #onyx, #coral, #garnet, rose quartz, mother of #pearl, lapis, sandstone, ammonite, #amethyst, Black Hills Gold, citrine, abalone shell, paua #shell, opal, fire opal, peridot, rainbow topaz, sterling #silver and much more. Check back regularly as I have many more items to add. To make this easy to do, just hit the Favorite button on my shop for easy return access later.

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I'm sorry, but due to the overwhelming volume of items I'm trying to sell from my mother's estate, I have a no refund policy. I have more than 500 jewelry items alone I'm trying to sell (here and elsewhere), just so you can understand the scope and time that have gone into this.

I have attempted to get pieces authenticated wherever possible in terms of things like authentic stones, whether something is actually sterling silver, ring sizes, etc.

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Items will be shipped with either an insured notice or a delivery confirmation so I can assure jewelry pieces have safely arrived. Shipment will be via US Postal Service. Will only ship to the U.S. Please message me if you desire to purchase from another country PRIOR TO PURCHASING and I can try to find out shipping costs and accommodate you.

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