I like the way this bracelet spoke to me as I was making it; not quite sunshine, not quite darkness, just pretty, elusive shadows. The handsome Navajo focal charm is an old timer, probably from the 1920s, it is unsigned but the face of the charm speaks for itself with a chunky turquoise stone, 5 little Navajo sterling raindrops and a gracefully curved feather, all sterling and artfully designed. It is flanked by 2 sterling feathers, then 2 vintage sterling charms with softly lavender mystery stones and beaded settings, marked by a fine craftsman in Mexico, with the sterling sign on the back. I’ve added 2 concho style sterling charms with little snake eye turquoise stones and lavender dangles, 2 fluted sterling charms with purple spiny oyster centers, and a few other nugget and sterling charms, There are 8 lavender pearl dangle charms which add a bit of elegance to this 8″ bracelet. The band has 2 patterned sterling beads with silver bead caps, then a combination of turquoise and purple charoite and a fine sturdy heart shaped sterling toggle clasp finish this pretty shadow bracelet.