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Vintage 3D (three dimensional), Bell Trading Post sterling silver travel charm depicting a gold rush era prospector panning for gold from Pikes Peak in Colorado. If you are searching for authentic Bell Charms, this charm dates to the 1960's and measures 15 mm x 7 mm not including the o-ring used to attach the charm to either a bracelet or necklace.

Bell Trading Post, also known as Bell Trading Company was established in 1935. Known for their southwestern, native american, travel and historic themed jewelry, their silver charms are highly sought after by collectors because the amazing detail and historic subject matter executed in the highest quality sterling silver.

Shipping prices are based on Priority Flat Rate shipping, if you would like your purchase to ship First Class to the continental US please let me know when you purchase and I will refund the difference in shipping rates.

To see my other fun, funky and fabulous vintage jewelry please use this link: http://www.etsy.com/shop/TheInspiredTrader?section_id=8079090
Deb TheInspiredTrader

Vintage Sterling Silver Charm - Travel Charm 3D

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: 925, sterling silver, sterling, silver
  • Ships from Georgia, United States to select countries.
  • Feedback: 132 reviews
  • Favorited by: 86 people

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