B667NA “April Morning”
The colors in this bright bracelet remind me of the wildflowers blooming in the new spring fields. So colorful! The focal charm feature Spiny Oyster shell beautifully carved into a large central triangle, with 17 little oyster cabochons surrounding it all set in simple sterling bezels. This charm hangs about 2″ from the bracelet band and I have added a little bundle of small beads at the back just to give it interest. There is a very faint mark on the back that is too faint to read. This center charm is flanked by sterling conchos, then fine vintage Navajo turquoise charms in elegant sterling settings, 1 marked with “sterling”, then 1 Spiny Oyster heart in a sterling bezel and next a hand made vintage Navajo charm with sterling bands framing an apple coral stone, marked “M2” on the back, a very personal charm made by a skilled craftsman of the past. There are also 2 turquoise charms with tiny turquoise cabochons, marked “PB”, 2 more vintage coral and sterling charms and 4 old stamped conchos, each with little dangles and a nice patina. The band of this bracelet is made with Spiny Oyster and Pectin shell, unusual and very durable, I especially like the soft colors with the stronger colors of the charms! There are 2 central sterling beads in the band and a pretty sterling toggle clasp that is nicely patterned on both sides. The wearable length of this collectible bracelet is about 7.5 “. This is a very full bracelet; Enjoy!
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