Sterling Charm Bracelet with 14 Charms
7″ sterling linked bracelet marked “STERLING” with 15 charms dangling from it as follows: 1) ear of corn with a rectangle tag that says “CORN PALACE S. DAKOTA” and the back says “STERLING BY BELL”; 2) disk with a picture of a ship on it that says “JAMESTOWN, VA” and “BRUCE STERLING” on the back; 3) wagon wheel with a turquoise stone prong set in the center and a little hang tag saying “LITTLE AMERICA” on it and on the back, barely legible, it says “STERLING”; 4) arrowhead with a hang tag that says “CHEROKEE N.C.” and “STERLING BY BELL” on the back; 5) 3-dimensional buffalo with an oval hang tag that says “BLACK HILLS S.D.”, however, the only mark of silver is “STERLING” is written on the link that they hang from; 6) cow skull, although it is not marked, it polishes up like silver; 7) triangle with a disk on the front with a cannon in the center that says “GETTYSBURG” around it, and the back is marked “STERLING”; 8) disk with picture of Mt. Rushmore on the front and on the back it says “MT. RUSHMORE NATIONAL MONUMENT BLACK HILLS, S.D.”, with an oval hang tag that says “BLACK HILLS S.D.”, however, the only mark of silver is “STERLING” is written on the link that they hang from; 9) heavy disk with monument on front that says “MONTICELLO, HOME OF THOMAS JEFFERSON, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA” and the back is marked “STERLING”; 10) large detailed tree marked “STERLING” with a banner that is marked “LITTLE AMERICA WYO.” and on the reverse is marked “STERLING” and “JP”; 11) 3 sided colonial hat marked “WILLIAMSBURG, VA” on the edge and “STERLING” on the back; 12) lantern with red tipped candle inside, the top of the lantern has something written on it, but it is illegible, I’m not sure if this one is silver or not; 13) a potato with a hang tag that says “IDAHO” on one side and “STERLING BY BELL” on the back; and 14) red, white, and blue enamel disk with sun and petals on it and the back is marked “STERLING”. Safety clasp is in good working condition. This is a beautiful charm bracelet from someone’s travels of the Northeast United States.