Turquoise and Coral chip inlay bracelet

I have a bracelet that I bought in Las Vegas back in the early 70’s, maybe 1973 or so. I purchased it in a small Jewelry store there and have wondered if the mark on it would tell me who it was made by? It’s inlaid in turquoise and ? not sure the other stones. I have enclosed a few photos of it and any help you can give me would be appreciated. Thanks!

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Your blue stones are small pieces of turquoise and the other red stones are coral bits; this style of jewelry is commonly known as “chip inlay.”

As for your hallmark, I was able to find another chip inlay jewelry piece with the same mark, but the owner of the photo was unable to identify the maker as well.

This type of hallmark is known as a “picto mark,” so perhaps try using that term in your search query when you are researching online. Hope this helps!