Gorgeous Vintage Large Spiderweb Turquoise & Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet. Circa 1970's Possibly Navajo (Not Verified).
This gorgeous bracelet is set with a fabulous, large turquoise cabochon. Around the stone is twisted wire with large silver dot. It has a split shank design and is made of sterling silver.
The inside circumference measures roughly 5 1/4", with the opening an additional 1.5". Suitable for approximately a 7 wrist. The weight is 51 grams.
Turquoise is 2 1/4 x 1 1/4 Inches. The bracelet wears beautifully and is in great condition, showing less wear than other bracelets from the 1970's.
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