Navajo Jewelry


Native American
Pendant, cross,
sterling silver,
with green-hued,
well-matrixed
turquoise cab

centered in a
hand-made dog-tooth
bezel. One-of-a-kind.
Simple. Easy to wear.

1.37" x .75"
Artist: Undetermined

MS94 - $35

Turquoise is arguably
the most important
gemstone used in
Native American
Indian jewelry.
Most of the turquoise
used in Navajo and
Zuni jewelry is mined
in the US. As supplies
are depleted and
become more difficult
to extract from the
earth, the prices are
going up. Turquoise
is the official birthstone
of December.
While the word also
describes a light blue
color, "turquoise"
comes in shades of
blue and green.


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