UITA Navajo Sterling Silver and Turquoise Bracelet
This is a handsome five stone narrow Navajo bracelet from the late 1940's. The oval turquoise is a blue green color with matrix with a crack in one of the outer stones. It is marked sterling and UITA 21 for the United Indian Traders Association. The 21 indicates that it was made for Southwest Arts and Crafts, an Indian arts and crafts store owned by Julius Gans in Santa Fe,which began operating in the early 1900's.
Wrist measurement 5 3/8", opening 1 1/8"; width of bracelet 3/8"