Carolyn Pollack Bracelet Watch Links - Sterling Silver Southwestern Onyx Eagle
Carolyn Pollack Findings
These vintage southwestern links are Carolyn Pollack designs perfect for a chunky bracelet or watch band. Each piece features a pear cut onyx stone displayed in a needlework setting above the raised wings of an eagle. The back of each piece is signed with a makers mark and stamped Sterling.
To maintain its original vintage integrity this piece has not been professionally cleaned and therefore bares some surface debris and tarnish. This piece may also have surface wear and minor imperfections including dings. Don't let this great vintage piece pass you by!
This set weighs 32.1 grams. Each link measures 41.1mm tall and 25.9mm wide.
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