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Kingman turquoise

Explore a stunning collection of Kingman turquoise jewelry and add a touch of elegance to your style. Find the perfect piece that reflects your unique personality and make a statement.
Turquoise Stone Jewelry, Turquoise Jewelry Native American, American Indian Jewelry, Turquoise Crystal, Kingman Turquoise, Wishing Stones, Silversmith Jewellery, Tourquoise, Handmade Jewlery

The use of Turquoise and other stones as personal adornment by Southwest Indians dates from prehistoric times, and the use of silver by Navajo, Zuni and Hopi Indians is over 100 years old. We offer only authentic Native American Indian hand crafte...

Denise Jackson
Turquoise Cuff, Kingman Turquoise, James Jewelry, Drop Dead Gorgeous, Zuni, Native American Jewelry, Pos, Navajo, Blue And Silver

♥️ Navajo ♥️ Jeff James Sterling Silver & Kingman Turquoise Cuff! CONDITION: Brand new, handmade! Stamped Sterling and signed JJJ! Drop dead gorgeous! See photos! Retail $750! SIZE: 6 3/4 (5 1/2” interior with an additional 1 1/4” gap! Has flex!) This is only for one cuff, the other items are up separately! I have multiple Native American, Navajo, Zuni, Taxco, antique, vintage, and other designer items if you want to check out my closet! Sorry, no trades! Same day shipping when possible! New…

jennifer cannady
What is the difference between stabilized and natural turquoise? – Garland's Natural Turquoise Jewelry, Authentic Turquoise Jewelry, Turquoise Jewelry Native American, Genuine Turquoise, Minerals And Gemstones, Rocks And Minerals, Natural Gemstones, Kingman Turquoise, Turquoise Gemstone

Turquoise by nature is a relatively soft, porous stone, and it can vary greatly in its quality. Only rarer high-grade turquoise is actually dense enough that it can be cut and shaped without damaging the stone. Softer turquoise has to be treated in some way in order for it to be made usable. Therefore, the majority of turquoise has been enhanced in some way. The resulting piece of turquoise is then much stronger and easier to cut, polish, and set by a jeweler without risk of breaking.

Kathy Hansen