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1930's Fred Harvey Era Silver Arrow Curio Bracelet

1930's Fred Harvey Era Silver Arrow Curio Bracelet

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Imagine yourself a tourist in the 1930's traveling to the vast American Southwest. Perhaps you arrived by train mesmerized by the wide open vistas and the different cultural realm you'd entered. You might want to commemorate your trip with the purchase of some silver and turquoise jewelry from one of the "trading posts" or curio shops.

If so, you might have happened upon this bracelet made by Silver Arrow Products, which supplied Southwest themed jewelry to curio shops in the 1930's and 1940's.

Much of this Fred Harvey Era jewelry was machine made of nickel silver or copper, but this sweet bracelet is actually sterling silver and it's set with 3 tiny round turquoise stones. It's just a little bit different from some of the more ubiquitous "Fred Harvey" bracelets.

If 1930's you saw this darling little bracelet and fell in love with it, your purchase would have set you back no more than a dollar and change. 

Present day you might fall in love with this narrow silver and turquoise bracelet because it's a charming and wearable token of the once thriving Southwest Native American inspired tourist jewelry trade.

  • Silver Arrow Products Curio Bracelet
  • Turquoise and sterling silver with repousse
  • Circa 1930's
  • "Fred Harvey Era"
  • Signed "Silver Arrow and "Sterling" 
  • Measures 5 3/8" inside plus 7/8" opening
  • 1/4" wide

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