I confess I do like this bracelet, I find the colors not only elegant but hard to find in a bracelet. I think of autumn leaves and blue sky, and then I am lost! Here we have a rare focal bead in golden boulder turquoise, set in a fine sterling setting with elaborate scrolls, and it is signed on the back with a broken arrow. So rare! I found two fine hand carved golden stone horses with a lot of attitude, possibly Zuni, and then six vintage charms with pretty gold-colored stones—citrine? Mother of Pearl? Two of these charms are little sterling hearts with multicolored stone hearts in the center and long sterling feathers. The accompanying charms are all turquoise beads combines with old trade beads. The band of this 8″ to 8.5″ bracelet is natural gold lip shell with sterling silver and old trade beads, and the toggle clasp is sterling with turquoise. Please look for the simple necklace and earrings I made to accompany this necklace, listed separately. They make a beautiful set!