B664NA “Deep Purple”
Deep purple makes me think of elegance, twilight and maybe a bit of nostalgia. The natural sugilite stone in this bracelet’s focal charm is truly a natural wonder. It is rare, richly colored, mined in New South Whales, Africa, Canada, Australia and a few other locations, before it was shaped by skilled artisans into its graceful sterling silver setting you find here.
This beautiful charm is signed with a broken arrow and hangs about 1.5″ from the bracelet band. It is flanked by 2 sterling flowers with little dangles, 2 pretty sterling feathers, also with flowers, 2 sterling concho style charms with dangles, 2 elegant sterling patterned charms with little sugilit stones, a square sterling Navajo rug pattern charm and a very special large sterling silver colonial design dove carrying a message—PCM. I like to think this is a love letter from back in the day, why not?
There are also other charms, 2 with purple charoite and 2 with old bench made Navajo beads. The band of this 7″ to 7.25″ bracelet features 2 fine large sterling patterned bench made Navajo beads at the focal and 2 small bench made beads at the closure. The bracelet band is made with purple charoite slices and the clasp is 2-sided patterned sterling with a sterling feather toggle.