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Vintage Zuni Bracelet Row Inlay Sterling Turquoise 10 Stones TREASURY ITEM

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This vintage circa 1970s Zuni bracelet is awesome, made of sterling silver with a single row of 10 inlaid turquoise stones that are flanked on either side by hand chased designs. It’s really gorgeous. It’s not marked but was acquired by my Aunt in the 1970s from a dealer who verified it was indeed sterling.

It measures 7-1/4” around which includes the 1-1/4” space between the ends. When lying flat it's 2-3/8" wide x 3/8" high narrowing to 1/4" as it circles the wrist, and each stone is roughly 1/4" wide x 3/16" high (with slight variations in a few, but mostly that measurement is correct).

Condition is excellent with normal wear and patina for the age.

See it with other tantalizing turquoise treats at this treasury:
http://www.etsy.com/treasury/MTc4MTUxNjN8MjcyMDg5MzE2MQ/seventies-style-in-turquoise-ii

I combine shipping, and ship worldwide. For an international ship quote, please contact me with your country. For combined shipping, either proceed with your purchases and I'll refund any overage over one dollar, or convo me for a combined ship cost prior to purchase.

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Vintage Zuni Bracelet Row Inlay Sterling Turquoise 10 Stones TREASURY ITEM


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  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: sterling silver, turquoise
  • Only ships within United States.
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