Who can resist 4 beautiful sterling silver roses? I can’t, so I use them often in different designs, and here they are shown with Mediterranean coral. turquoise and spiny oyster. This is a very full bracelet, with a lovely old Navajo focal charm in a scalloped sterling setting and a decorative branch design. The turquoise in this charm has a little gray matrix but otherwise it is a clear robin’s egg blue. Flanking this focal charm are two long sterling feathers, two sterling roses, two old handmade Navajo charms each with both turquoise and coral stones and elaborate settings, four vintage sterling concho style charms with coral, a little sterling lizard, a little sterling Thunderbird, another old Navajo turquoise charm in a scalloped setting and a more contemporary sterling charm with seven small turquoise stones. I have left some patina on the back of these charms, some are marked and others probably date back to the mid-1900s. The band of this 8″ bracelet is a combination of spiny oyster and turquoise, with two sterling beads at the focal charm. There are four Campitos turquoise stone charms and a small sterling heart by the sterling toggle clasp. Pretty, wearable and full of interest! Love the roses!