Vintage 70s Sterling and Turquoise Bracelet - Blue oval inset stone in a simple setting, with veined matrix and very fine stamping. These vintage 70s pieces have hefty silver, gorgeous stones, and the patina of well-loved and slightly weathered jewelry. Native-made here in the USA at local pueblos. Great price!
Native American jewelry began not as ornamentation, but as strong symbol and story of the various nations' peoples. The fact that they are beautiful has drawn other peoples of North America to admire, emulate, and collect these finely made pieces. All of our Native American jewelry is represented to us as authentic and many artists are personal friends of owner Paulette Kiker. Mostly they originate from Santo Domingo Pueblo.
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