Early Maisel's Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Cuff Bracelet Fred Harvey era

This is a great find! Maisel's was a trading post in Albuquerque. They sold Indian jewelry to the tourists and had an on-site workshop with Native American silversmiths making jewelry so that the tourists could watch. 

This piece has their early hallmark: Maisel's Sterling with two arrows. (See photos) They later went to the Kachina mark. This is the first one of these that I have found. 

This bracelet is solid sterling and has one cold chisel split that is set with raindrops, twisted wire rope and natural mint green turquoise. Cuff is stamp decorated all the way to the terminals. 

Interior measures 4 3/4" plus the opening of 1 7/8". It is 11 mm wide. Weight: 8.79 grams.  C. early 1940s.

Maisel's opened their doors in 1939 and sadly they had to close them forever in April 2020 because of Covid.