Archive for August, 2010

Bead Necklace Turquoise

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

Green Necklace TurquoiseBead Necklace Turquoise is a web-page that Dillon and John Hartman have made on the Durango Silver Website. The Bead Necklace Turquoise site has photos and descriptive text on Beaded Turquoise Necklaces by Nattarika Hartman and her group of bead makers. Durango Silver Company is proud to have Nattarika Hartman on our staff as well as in our family, she is a fantastic Artist with very unusual ideas. Take a look at her work and come back to Durango Silver Online to see what she is up to next!

We invite you to visit our Bead Necklace Turquoise page and hope you enjoy it!

We are in the process of making more educational pages on 

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Pawn Indian Jewelry

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

Pawn Indain Jewerly from the SouthwestDurango Silver Company has just published a great web-page on Pawn Indian Jewelry from the Southwest. We have included informative information on old pawn Indian Jewelry and old pawn Turquoise Indian Jewelry.

We invite you to visit our website and view our article on Pawn Indian Jewerly if you are interested.

Morenci Turquoise Collection

Sunday, August 15th, 2010

Morenci Turquoise Collection find!Great Day! Dillon bought a  big collection of Morenci Turquoisetoday! The Morenci Turquoise collection came out of Farmington New Mexico from an old miner from Morenci, Arizona. The gentleman had been a miner at the Morenci Copper Mine since 1960 until about 1975. He said the Turquoise was plentiful when he worked there, he worked with a front end loader moving thousands of tons of rock from blasts. He would spot the Morenci Turquoise and set it aside in piles to come back and pick up before he went home at night. He said at one time he had over 600 lbs of Morenci Turquoise in his back yard.

Anyway, Dillon got the rest of his best Morenci Turquoise that he had been saving. He just got to old and decided he was not going to ever do anything with it so he called Dillon. Dillon bought 120 lbs of high grade natural Morenci Turquoise from this old guy. What a find!

Well, I guess you will be seeing some great Morenci Turquoise Jewelry from Durango Silver Company in the months and years to come. Make certain you get on our mail list/Newsletter if you want to get in on the Morenci Turquoise deal of a lifetime.