Archive for April, 2011

Carico Lake Turquoise Concho Belt

Thursday, April 21st, 2011

Carico Lake Turquoise and Silver Concho Belt
Carico Lake Turquoise Concho Belt

Carico Lake Turquoise in a Silver Concho Belt

Navajo style box and bow Sterling silver and blue to green fade Carico Lake Turquoise Concho Belt by Native American artist Geraldine Yazzie. This silver concho belt is Museum Quality and focuses on 12 AAA grade lime green to baby blue fade, spider web, natural Carico Lake Turquoise cabochons from Nevada, USA. Each of the RARE American Turquoise cabochons is freeform cut and the conchos feature ovals and the bows feature freeform shaped cabochons. These unique and un-obtainablelime Turquoise cabochons feature golden yellow to orange spider web matrix and “”Water Web” matrix. These are the highest quality of natural Carico Lake Turquoise you will ever see. These stones glow! The baby blue to lime green fade in Carico Lake Turquoise is the rarest of colors, especially with the “water webbing” or “birdseye” matrix. If you are a collector you have got to look at this belt.

View this Carico Lake Turquoise Concho Belt on its presentation page.

Turquoise Pins Video

Thursday, April 21st, 2011

Turquoise Pins Video Presentation
Turquoise Pins Video

A presentation on Turquoise Pins

Turquoise Pins have been made by and for Native Americans for over a hundred years. For many years the Navajo women wore several Turquoise Pins on their blouses on a daily basis. Turquoise Pins were a sign of riches to them and were a very spiritual to them.

Dillon Hartman of Durango Silver Company has made a great Turquoise Pins Video showing you many different types of Turquoise Pins from old to new. He describes each of the Turquoise Pins in this video one by one in great detail.

We invite you to visit our Turquoise Pins Video presentation as we think you will enjoy it.

Quality Turquoise

Wednesday, April 20th, 2011

Quality American Turquoise
Quality Turquoise

High Quality Turquoise -

We have just put a new presentation page up on Quality Turquoise and invite you to view it.

This presentation is about gem quality Turquoise which is a rarity in nature. We realize there is a lot of fashion Turquoise Jewelry out there for individuals that just want the look, however, high grade Turquoise is a whole different thing!

Turquoise was discovered over 7500 years ago in Egypt and has been worshiped for its spiritual and metaphysical qualities. High Quality Turquoise has been sought after by Emperors, Kings, Queens and important people of the world since ancient times.

Gem Grade Turquoise is very rare and few Turquoise Mines produce it. As governmental mining restrictions get tougher and the costs of mining get out of hand, authentic quality Turquoise will become very valuable.

Quality Turquoise is beautiful and we invite you to read more about it on our Quality Turquoise presentation page.