Interested in more info on this bracelet-- marked "BENNETT STERLING"

I recently acquired this bracelet from a friend. It was originally in the stock at the Western Trading Post in Sedona, AZ before the shop shut down. It is marked “BENNETT STERLING” on the back… possible an early work of Ray Bennett?

It is heavy sterling silver but a simple design. It features five large stones that I was told are high quality Carico Lake turquoise. The largest is about 1.25" by .5". Can anyone confirm the type and quality of turquoise on this bracelet?

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Could it be Lee Bennett? Lee signs his pieces with L. Bennett, but since your B is not deeply struck, it could be that the L. never got struck hardly at all. Ebay currently has a piece of Lee Bennett for sale and the turquoise and vintage look about the same. Not much information out there about Lee. BTW, there is also an artist names M. Bennett. Silver Tribes has some pieces by that artist. Their pics are such that you can’t see the hallmark for that artist very well. Could also be that person. Those are just my thoughts - no expert here by any stretch!