Posts Tagged ‘Antique Turquoise Jewelry’

Antique Turquoise Jewelry

Saturday, May 21st, 2011

antique-turquoise-jewelryVintage and Antique Turquoise Jewelry

Durango Silver Company has been in the Turquoise Jewelry business for nearly 40 years. We have collected and dealt in Antique Turquoise Jewelry since we began our business. We have an extensive Vintage as well as Antique Turquoise Jewelry collection, items for sell and a wealth of information on this subject.

We invite you to view our Antique Turquoise Jewelry brief  in our Turquoise Jewelry presentation page as well as out complete Antique Turquoise Jewelry presentation page. If you are interested in Silver Jewelry, Western Silver or Antique Jewelry this is a great presentation for you to take a look at.

Vintage Turquoise Jewelry Video

Monday, April 11th, 2011
Antique Turquoise Jewelry

Vintage Turquoise Jewelry

Vintage Turquoise Jewelry

John goes into depth about Antique as well as Vintage Turquoise Jewelry, he starts as far back as the Trade Ship period of the early years. John talks about Antique and Vintage Zuni Inlay Jewelry, Antique Navajo Jewelry and old Turquoise Jewelry from the American Southwest. You will learn a lot about Antique Turquoise Jewelry by watching this video on Vintage Turquoise Jewelry by John Hartman.

This is a great presentation page and video on Vintage Turquoise Jewelry.

If you like Antique Turquoise Jewelry or are possibly interested you will love this two part video, check it out!

Antique Turquoise Jewelry

Thursday, February 17th, 2011
Antique Indian Jewelry

Antique Turquoise Jewelry

Antique Turquoise Jewelry  -  Antique Indian Jewelry from the Southwestern United States  has become very collectible. Turquoise Jewelry designs have changed dramatically since the early years and there are many factors that make Antique Turquoise Jewelry  highly desirable for collectors worldwide. The first Turquoise Jewelry was made for the Native American Indians themselves to be worn. this type of Antique Turquoise Jewelry  has additional significant value to collectors as it was the first phase of Turquoise Jewelry from the American Southwest. 

 The Navajo took silver coins they would obtain from the U.S. Calvary and then the Indian Traders, melt them down in camp fires, pour the molten metal into ingots and then pound the ingots into sheet and wire to form their Jewelry, this is called Navajo Ingot Jewelry.

Durango Silver Company  has written a great document on Turquoise Jewelry and there is some great information on Antique Turquoise Jewelry included in this educational presentation page. We also invite you to visit our Turquoise Jewelry Learning Center where we have loads of valuable Turquoise Jewelry Educational Information.