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Native American Jewelry185 of 381Native American Zuni silver necklaceCharles Johnston Crazy Horse Sterling Earrings
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    Posted 6 years ago

    Tangoes
    (154 items)

    Hi, I would love to know more about this bracelet
    It has no marking or stamps I think the turquoise
    If fake but It could also be real I know I lot of
    Unmarked silver is real and sometimes older.

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    1. shareurpassion shareurpassion, 6 years ago
      Very possible it's Mexican. It can be so hard to say, but I'm pretty sure. I've bought over there before and the pieces are not always marked.
    2. valentino97 valentino97, 6 years ago
      If you like collecting, purchase a metal identification kit, available online. This could be a 70's Navajo item. An artist made the central motif, apply the leave and bracelet frame from a large stash of premade components. This technique didn't start in the 70's but was widely used then when turquoise jewelry had a big surge in popularity. It might also be glass - or from Mexico - or the turquoise could be dyed to enhance - or it could be the real turquoise.....

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