This Silver Lapel Pin was individually fashioned by an unknown artist, who unfortunately did not mark his (or her) masterpiece. The center piece of the pin is a sizeable Turquoise Stone. Fashioned with a classic South Western flavor, this Lapel Pin retains it’s popular appeal even today. Dating back to a period of time before it became usual practice to irradiate Turquoise in order to “enhance” the color, this Pin Circa dates to 1940-1950.
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Silver rain drop beads highlight the edge of this cuff bracelet featuring 5 stunning turquoise stones crafted by Navajo Silversmith Ben Touchine. The bracelet measures .62" length. The weight of the bracelet is 21.6 grams and measures 4.62" around the inside with an opening of .93" totaling 5.55". A beautiful example of Navajo Jewelry executed by a well known and collectable artist.