Silver bracelet with twin arms of coiled metal, set with a square cut semi-precious stone.
- Found/Acquired: USA
- (Americas,North America,United States of America)
- Diameter: 6 centimetres
Navajo, South West region.
1993-1994, London, Museum of Mankind (Room 3), Navajo Textiles
21 September 1993
Reason for treatment
Clean to remove tarnish from silver. .
Silver covered with a layer of tarnish and dirt.
Silver cleaned with swabs of Goddards Hotel silver dip (acidified thiourea), and rinsed with swabs of distilled water. The surface was then gone over with swabs of acetone. The object was finally lightly polished with a Goddard's long term silver cloth (comp. unknown).
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: ENA13166
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