Native American jewelry is a cultural art form dating as far back as 8800 BC.
Turquoise stone was used in religion, ceremonies, art, trade, treaty negotiations as well as jewelry. Today, turquoise jewelry is made by Navajo, Zuni, Hopi, and Santo Domingo Indians and other tribes in our American Southwest.
- 22" turquoise and liquid silver necklace with 2.5" turquoise and silver pendant with maker's mark.
- Heart-shaped turquoise and liquid turquoise bracelet marked sterling with sun rays, measures 7" long.
- Half-moon sterling and turquoise dangle earrings are signed Q. T. and are 2.5" long.
- Vintage In Excellent, Like Brand New Condition
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Native American artists have been skillfully creating liquid silver for over a century. To produce liquid silver jewelry, special extra fine, tubular silver beads called "heishi" are hand strung on strands to create those shimmering belts of silver.
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