😢 VAUGHN’S Turquoise and Sterling Fred Harvey Bracelet

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Description

  • Vaughn’s had Indian Jewelry stores around Arizona, including Phoenix and Williams. 
  • Vaughn’s Indian Store is said to be “Arizona’s largest Curio store” in the 1930’s and at times employs fine silversmith’s such as Fred Peshlakai, Ralph Tawangyawma, and Morris Robinson, and Paul Saufkie.
  • Reese Vaughn came to Phoenix in 1900, bought an established curio shop in 1918, and operated it as Vaughn’s Indian Store. 
Bracelet Size  
Circumference (Inside Tip to Tip)
Gap in bracelet
(between tips) 

Height of bracelet
(at the front)  
″ tall in center

Weight in grams   

Artist’s Identity
Vaughn’s Navajo (Dine’) Bench Silversmith
Hallmarks  
Vaughn’s, Thunderbird, Sterling