The Navajo Arrow Cuff is part of The Arc's Estate Jewelry collection. Dating back to the 1940's, this piece is likely from the Fred Harvey or Railroad era of jewelry production in the southwest, creating jewelry for travelers heading west. Crafted from silver and featuring a turquoise stone on its facade, the symbolic meaning of the arrow is directly linked to its use in defense and represents protection and defense. The stamped design above and below the arrow for rain clouds, symbolizing good prospects. The bracelet can be worn on its own for a simple delicate look or layered with your other favorite pieces.
5.7 cm width x 4.2 cm height, 5.5 cm opening
Preferred patina left in place, wear commensurate with age.
Please note that due to their delicate nature all vintage and estate jewelry is final sale.