A silver Navajo Native American tourist era charm bracelet comprised of 10 charms: 2 dogs, 2 arrowheads, 2 thunder birds, 2 arrows, 1 mudhead and a bear's claw. All the charms are set with a turquoise stone. As was customary, the bracelet contains no markings and is guaranteed to be silver. Most likely dates from the 1940's to 1950's. ...click for details
Unusual insect/bug form Native American silver (minimum coin silver) pin in a larger than normal size measuring 1 1/2" x 1 1/4" wide. No marks. One oval turquoise stone forms the head. Excellent Condition with patina.
Very unusual Native American Bug pin with an Indian head copper penny dated 1895 comprising the body, eyes and (8) legs made of silver and a turquoise head. Wonderful clear signature of an "E" on the body of a bug.
Measures 1 1/8" long x 1" wide