NAVAJO PAWNED MONTANA SILVERSMITH'S LADIE'S WATCHBAND
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SILVER & LEATHER MONTANA SILVER SMITHS LADIE'S WATCH BAND
NAVAJO PAWNED IN NORTHERN NEW MEXICO
STAMPED ON LEATHER: GENUINE LEATHER USA, MONTANA SILVERSMITHS, COLUMBUS MONTANA TOTAL WEIGHT: 50 GRAMS STERLING SILVER DETAILS: 2" X3/4" SILVER OVERLAY PIECES ON LEATHER, WITH DIAMOND TIP ENGRAVING AND BRASS DESIGNS, WESTERN STYLED STERLING SILVER BUCKLE, PIN AND TIP
MONTANA QUARTZ WATCH FACE, THAT WORKS, NOT GUARANTEED
WATCH BAND SIZE: WILL FIT WRIST SIZES 6 3/4", 7", 7 1/4", 7 1/2" & 7 3/4"
PLEASE MEASURE YOUR WRIST BEFORE BUYING IF YOU , THEY WILL ENLARGE
For the Southwestern Native American, pawn refers to the practice of converting artwork and possessions into income for life's necessities. Pawn can also be items from antiquity, heirloom pieces of handmade jewelry or craft, passed from a family into the public marketplace. Because much of the pawned merchandise is of real day-to-day value in the seller's life, the percentage of pawn that goes unredeemed is small, about five percent. Merchandise that remains for sale after expiration is referred to as "dead pawn", and items of dead pawn are among the most highly valued Native American artifacts to be found on the open market.
Some pieces of dead pawn are old, other pieces are new and have been pawned... read more