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Sedona Canyon Women’s Marquise-Cut Turquoise Bolo Bracelet

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Sedona Canyon Women’s Marquise-Cut Turquoise Bolo Bracelet

$89.99 Sedona Canyon Women’s Marquise-Cut Turquoise Bolo Bracelet Featuring Intricately Sculpted Feather Design – In folklore, Native American cultures believed that turquoise was a piece of the sky that fell from the heavens, offering up a meaningful connection to the Great Spirit and symbolizing honor and friendship. They also reasoned that because the eagle flies closer to the heavens than any other bird, its feathers are sacred symbols of wisdom, freedom and trust – a reminder of the Great Spirit that guides our everyday lives. Now, these sacred symbols – the beauty of turquoise and the meaning of the feather – combine in a unique, one-of-a-kind turquoise bracelet inspired by the soothing warmth and smooth terrain of the mystical Sedona canyon landscape. Introducing the Sedona Canyon Bracelet, a fine jewelry design exclusively from The Bradford Exchange.Stylish and meaningful, this artisan-quality bolo bracelet is handcrafted and lavishly plated in gleaming sterling silver. It features an intricately sculpted feather design that’s hand-set with a marquise-cut genuine turquoise stone and red, black and turquoise-colored, hand-painted enamel accents for a look that’s perfect with any outfit. The popular bolo-style allows the bracelet to be adjusted from 6 inches to 9 inches to fit most wrists. A heart-shaped slider bead is adorned with a turquoise-colored hand-painted enamel accent and easily slides to adjust the size of the bracelet. Delicately sculpted feathers at the ends complete this fashionable Southwest jewelry design. Strong demand is expected, so order now!

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