Silver bracelet with turquoise set in plain bezel surrounded by stamped arrow and sunburst decoration. Made by a Native American bench smith in an urban factory setting, as was common during the 1920s. Interior, 7” circumference with 0.9”L gap.
Classic gold ID bracelet with triple rope chain sides and thick gold center. Marked “14K” on clasp. Weight, 23.9 dwts.
Large round turquoise and silver cluster bracelet with teardrop-shaped stones and repoussé crescent decorations. Stamped “JW Sterling” on the underside. Interior circumference, 6.8”L including 1.2”L gap.
Bangle with Chinese cloisonné floral design. Blue enamel interior. Interior circumference, 7.5”.
Navajo bracelet with heavy half-round silver wire stamped with chevrons and soldered in a cage-like design. Twisted silver wire and dots along with stamped wire were used to make the setting for the oblong circular natural turquoise stone with plain silver bezel. Unsigned. Interior dimensions, 2.5”W x 2”T x 6.75” circumference, 1.15”W gap.
Antiqued silver bracelet with applied stamped dots, decorative stamping, and repoussé work. Beautiful green Nevada turquoise in triangle shape set in plain bezel. Stamped “Sterling/S” on underside, the mark of famous maker Dan Simplicio. Interior circumference, 7”L including 1.6”L gap.
Handmade Navajo silver bracelet with cage-like design and three large natural turquoise stones set in stamped and rope decoration. 7.5”L interior circumference including 1.05”L gap.
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Jewels by Ruby + George
Ladies bracelet with beautiful blue gem turquoise cut into thick, square tiles. They are set in handmade bezels, attached to stamped half round sterling silver wire.
Signed by the artist using the initials UW. Circa 1950.
Measuring 3 1/8” wide 7/8 tall by 2” deep for a wrist circumference of 6 1/2”
“The mine this turquoise came from has been dry since the late 1940’s” George’s Grandfather told him. “Give it to that elegant young lady you brought to dinner” he said handing the bracelet to George one afternoon after visiting him for lunch…
Gretchen Jones wore this classic 1950’s or earlier geometric turquoise and silver bracelet to her AW12 New York Fashion Week Presentation stacked with creations from her our previous jewelry lines. The mix of old and new only brings more value to each…
As mentioned on Glamour.com, the hair for Gretchen Jone’s SS 2012 show was a show stopper! Check out the article here.
Also take note of the large gold and turquoise bracelet she is wearing…
You can find that little number here.