Inside Circumference - 5 1/4 (end to end) B. Gap Opening - 1 1/4. Width across bracelet - 2 1/4.Width from top to bottom - 1 7/8. Band width of bracelet - 1/2" where the turquoise is and 1/4" on the ends. Weight - 19.00 Grams. Precious Metal - Marked sterling and confirmed to be sterling by acid test.
Design & Engraving - Please look at pics. Gemstone - 15 sky blue turquoise (1/4" x 1/8"). Because the bracelet has only a sterling stamp, our opinion is that it's Fred Harvey.We do not know if it was made by a native Indian for the Fred Harvey company or by Fred Harvey company. Our opinion's made about the jewelry we sell is so we can be as correct and honest about our description as we can. It was not until 1961 when it became mandatory to put a makers stamp and purity mark on jewelry. Native American Stamp & Hallmark Info -There are no exact dates when "Sterling" was first used on Native American jewelry.
Opinions vary but is suggested after 1932. Most Native American items from 1930's and before would not have a Sterling or 925 stamp or a Artist hallmark. There are exceptions to this. Some items made in the 1940's-1950's may have used the Sterling stamp. In general the Sterling and or "925" stamp with a artist hallmark since the 1950's was and is still used today.PICTURES:Please note that 99.9% of our photos are enlarged for better viewing and not the actual size. All of our pics are cropped to get a best view of the item from different angles. The pics are also lightened or darkened in order to show the item clearly.
We also use clarity to bring out the best color the item will have. Some think this is deceptive. If you would like a picture of the item without any cropping just let us know and I will be glad to do it. All items are Vintage or Antique. Because of the wear and age these items will almost always have chips, fading of metal , and wear in different areas.If we miss something it will be accidental and we hope you will see it in the pics. Age and wear adds a lot of character to many pieces. All Sterling items (even when marked sterling /925) are acid tested to confirm they are actually sterling. When we sell a item as sterling we guarantee 100% that it's sterling. The item "Vintage Sterling Turquoise Fred Harvey Era Cuff Bracelet" is in sale since Saturday, June 19, 2021. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Bracelets". The seller is "oldjewelryfinds" and is located in Selbyville, Delaware.
This item can be shipped to United States.