Orange spiny oyster combines with rich bronze and here we also have soft desert colors, just another emerging day in the beautiful Southwest! The large focal charm, very old and elaborately mounted in its hand made sterling setting, features Pilot Mountain turquoise, rare and rich, probably pre-1920 and Navajo in origin. It is marked on the back but too obscure to read. It is flanked by two sterling feathers and two bronze roses with little dangles, then there are triangular sterling gaspeite charms, two sterling charms, one a girl with folded hands and one an eagle. bronze feathers, two sterling concho charms and two hand made sterling charms with dark green mystery stones. Then I have added four of the beautiful jasper slab charms for their soft green and brown color and a bracelet band of orange spiny ouster and turquoise with copper spacers. This bracelet is about 7.5″ long, with a patterned bronze toggle clasp. The warm colors of copper, bronze and silver combined with natural stones make this a very rich looking bracelet.