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Bell Trading Post Turquoise Bracelet


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Navajo turquoise and sterling bracelet with Damele turquoise stones surrounded by raised and imbedded palmettes and twisted rope. Maker's marked and stamped sterling. Founded in 1932, Bell Trading Post’s mission was to market southwestern style jewelry to tourist locations in competition with Maisel’s Indian Trading Post. The rivalry between these companies was fierce. Bell sold jewelry crafted of copper, sterling silver, and nickel silver (an alloy that does not contain enough silver to be deemed sterling). Some gold-plated jewelry was marketed as well.

PERIOD: Mid 20th Century

ORIGIN: Southwest - Navajo, Native American

SIZE: 4 1/2" plus 1 1/2" gap x 1 1/4"W

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