1940's navajo box bow necklace

1940's navajo box bow necklace

Item No. 75865
$2,650.00


This vintage, sterling silver and turquoise naja necklace elevates any look with its bright, distinctive style.
During the 1930s and 1940s, the "box bow" became a popular variant of the classic squash blossom necklace, as it was considered lighter and more wearable. This one-of-kind necklace features a double row of sterling silver beads with bow tie-shaped, fan-stamped blossoms, each set with an oval turquoise from the Tyrone mine in New Mexico. The triple naja pendant accented with twisted wire is set with three round turquoise stones. The single strand of sterling beads fastens with a handmade hook and eye clasp. More than six decades of wear have created the deep, rich patina. Exclusive. 1-7/8" dia. Naja; 21-1/2"L. Internet Exclusive.
This vintage, sterling silver and turquoise naja necklace elevates any look with its bright, distinctive style.

During the 1930s and 1940s, the "box bow" became a popular variant of the classic squash blossom necklace, as it was considered lighter and more wearable. This one-of-kind necklace features a double row of sterling silver beads with bow tie-shaped, fan-stamped blossoms, each set with an oval turquoise from the Tyrone mine in New Mexico. The triple naja pendant accented with twisted wire is set with three round turquoise stones. The single strand of sterling beads fastens with a handmade hook and eye clasp. More than six decades of wear have created the deep, rich patina. Exclusive. 1-7/8" dia. Naja; 21-1/2"L.

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