Fallen Star Vintage Turquoise Cuff

Silver

806 USD

Native American cuff featuring 3 authentic + unique turquoise stones in engraved detailing. Native American jewelry makers started stamping + signing their work between the 1920s-30s. Noting that this cuff is signed, it's recognized as a true vintage piece. Turquoise is sacred in Native American culture and is believed to hold protective qualities as it aids in deep purification and healing. Handcrafted, signed, + sourced by Native artisan.

✦ Middle turquoise stone measures 1-inch tall x .7 inches wide / Sterling Silver

✦ Side turquoise stones measure .4 inches tall x .6 inches wide

✦ Adjustable size cuff with 1.7-inch opening

Signed *Verdy Sterling

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Care Commandments

1. Thou Shalt bathe bare: Late Night swims & skinny dips are for you, not your jewels.__________ 2. Thou Shalt mind the chemistry: Precious metals & porous gems (such as turquoise) shalt not vibe with ammonia, chlorine, & other chemical solvents found in cleaners, perfumes, & Lotions. __________ 3. Thou Shalt Buff with Love: Polish with a 100% cotton cloth or a special jewelry cleaning cloth. __________ 4. Thou shalt put an X on the O: always keep your gems in a closed box or baggy to prevent oxidation and tarnishing. __________ 5. Thou shalt be easy, baby: vintage and hand-made gems are fragile. please wear with care.

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About this Design

Indigenous Peoples of Northern America A collection of pieces that showcase the uniquely divine craftsmanship of authentic Native Artisans. Known for their strong spirituality and connection to the earth, all designs have a heritage and history. Formally identified as Native American, the first people of this land expanded throughout Mexico and Canada before country lines were drawn. View the collection