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Native American splendid
sterling silver squash
blossom necklace with
turquoise cabuchons
By EB (hall mark)

Called "squash blossom"
for the blossom-like links
along the length of the
15" chain, naja is 2.38" wide.

J139 - $690

Turquoise, in its varieties,
is one of the most valued
and popular stones used
in Navajo jewelry. It is
associated with Father Sky
and is sacred to Navajos.

The cost of turquoise has
risen as turquoise mining
in the Southwest has declined.

Incidentally, if you were
born in December, turquoise
is your birth stone. Lucky you

This vintage necklace was
acquired by us in 1991

This impressive authentic Navajo
squash blossom necklace qualifies
for our Native American Indian Jewelry
free Lay Away Plan

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