Fred Harvey Necklaces

First of all, a Fred Harvey necklace displays characteristics of this recognizable jewelry. These characteristics may include thunderbirds, dogs, and whirling logs. Most noteworthy, the heyday for sales of this jewelry is the 1930’s through the 1950’s. It is for sale in curio shops, route 66 tourist stops, and trading posts.

Most importantly, generally a Fred Harvey necklace is machine made and with little handwork. As a result, sometimes this jewelry never touches Native American Indian hands. Consequently, this jewelry may feature natural turquoise, turquoise with epoxy, or synthetic stones. We try and point out these attributes in the description.

Finally, as Fred Harvey era jewelry is thin silver sheet, often you may find repair joints. This is a common occurrence in this type of light weight jewelry. As an additional benefit to you, when this jewelry has repairs, ourĀ  silversmith anneals (heats) the silver. As a result, the act of annealing silver makes the silver less brittle and more pliable and bendable.

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