Cuff, Turquoise, Row, Bell Trading Post, Old Pawn, Vintage

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Bell Trading, est. 1932, was one of the first posts set up and to cater to the growing tourist trade along Route 66. Because of Anglo preferences, pieces produced by Bell during this period were smaller scale and lighter weight than the Navajo pieces they were inspired by.  Bell also produced pieces in copper and nickel. In 1969, Bell Trading Post merged with Sunbell.

This row cuff is stamped inside with Bell Trading Post’s first trademarked mark: the signpost and hanging bell, so it can be dated to the 1960s. It features eleven beautifully matched turquoise stones set in sterling silver. The addition of stamp work adds beauty and balance to this charming cuff - a souvenir from an era past.

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