PATINA is a valued feature on old time Native American jewelry. It signifies age. And the deeper it gets, the better condition it likely will be. Deep, dark patina means it has has less wear. That means less damage and more likely original.
This Bracelet has that dark patina. The seven-sided row indicates age as well, circa 1935. It hosts no hallmarks which fits that timeframe. The decor stamps are sharp and precise, an experienced Navajo Dine’ Silversmith, confirmed by the deft solder work.
Tapered triangle wire shank with deftly twisted and hammered center shank bar. Sawtooth bezels, handmade silver drops, and wrapped terminals consistent with age.