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    Thanks, Bob.

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    I agree with Bob's wife. Most of these are strung on silver fox tail chain which can give up the ghost when its time is done. I had a local jeweler re-solder a chain that broke near the clasp. If the chain is broken elsewhere, it might need replacing.
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    Thanks, Alan. The chain is broken in two places, and some kind of new fastener is going to have to be installed. I will look locally for a craftsman who can perform the work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michaelshane View Post
    Lone Mountain turquoise.




    Seriously love this. These type of bracelets have a name, and what would a reasonable price for something like this be?

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    This bracelet is made by Lounge member Michaelshane. You can find his work (Michael Schmaltz) represented in Abby Kent Flythe's collection of jewelry and at Perry Null Trading.
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    That is striking,Alan.

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    This showed up on my FB Page yesterday from the IFAM Show in Santa Fe this weekend. Some truly large specimens!

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    Quote Originally Posted by howardeye View Post
    This showed up on my FB Page yesterday from the IFAM Show in Santa Fe this weekend. Some truly large specimens!

    All of you look great. And well said about hats sir.

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