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Tibetan Turquoise Jewelry

Friday, June 12th, 2015

Tibetan Turquoise Jewelry

The Tibetan people celebrate Tibetan Turquoise Jewelry and Jewelry with Tibetan Turquoise as one of the most spiritual possessions of their lives. They have worshipped Turquoise for over 5,000 years and have traded their belongings on the silk road of Asia for the same amount of time. Turquoise is a very spiritual gemstone as it was one of the first gemstones known to man.

Dillon Hartman of Durango Silver Company has just completed a great new informational page on Tibetan Turquoise Jewelry from present to the past. You can view this page by going to Tibetan Turquoise Jewelry in this link or by typing it in of the search engines.

Tibetan Turquoise Jewelry by Durango Silver Company

The Hartman family of Durango Silver Company has been collecting Tibetan Turquoise for nearly 40 years. They cut rough Turquoise and set it into their designs. They also often have old Tibetan Turquoise Jewelry that they put up for sale on their Antique Turquoise Jewelry pages. Durango Silver produce some exceptional Turquoise Jewelry with Tibetan Turquoise that is high grade as that is what they have collected. They hand cut the Tibetan Turquoise and then set it into quality Sterling Silver or Gold settings.

We invite you to browse our online store and when you do, type in Tibetan Turquoise Jewelry to see what we currently have available.

Anasazi Turquoise

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

Anasazi Turquoise Presentation
Anasazi Turquoise Bead

Anasazi Turquoise, Ancient Turquoise, Pueblo Bonito –

The Anasazi had trade routes that spanned the western part of North and Mesoamerica. They traded ancient Turquoise for Parrots, Seashells and other trade items brought from Mexico and California by nomadic trade groups. The Anasazi had Turquoise and copper mines that gave them valuable goods for trade. Archaeologists have found Anasazi Turquoise and copper in Mexico   Ruins as well as Parrot Feathers and Seashells from the Gulf of Mexico have been found in the Anasazi Ruins.

The Anasazi culture began in the Southwest in approximately 350 B.C. and it   lasted until about 1450 A.D. Anasazi people began hunting for and mining Anasazi Turquoise as early as 200 B.C. Anasazi Indians themselves worshiped Turquoise and believed it had great powers for the human that were sent to this earth by the fathers of creation. Turquoise had a major roll in all ceremonies and prayer. Anasazi Medicine Men as well as healers throughout Mesoamerica thrived on Turquoise and made every atempt possible to obtain as much of the gem as posible as it had great powers for their people.

We invite you to view our complete presentation on Anasazi Turquoise!

 

Turquoise Beads Video and Presentation Page

Tuesday, April 5th, 2011

Introduction to Turquoise Beads

Introduction to Turquoise Beads Video
Introduction to Turquoise Beads

If you are new to Turquoise Beads, this is a great video for you! Dillon goes over how the choose real Turquoise beads and Turquoise Beads for beading, making Jewelry or other. This Turquoise Beads Video shows and tells you about fake Turquoise Beads, Stabilized Turquoise Beads and Natural Turquoise Beads, that is Real Turquoise Beads.

Dillon shows you examples of fake Turquoise Beads and what to look for. He tells you that fake Turquoise Beads are worth about $5.00 per strand and real Turquoise Beads can cost $300.00 to $10,000.00 and even higher.
This is a great Turquoise Beads Video if you are just getting started collecting or buying Turquoise Beads for investment or for resale. Check it out!
Turquoise Beads for Indian Jewelry, Southwestern Jewelry, Turquoise Jewelry and Spiritual Healing