Posts Tagged ‘Indian Turquoise Jewelry’

Indian Turquoise Jewelry

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

Indian Turquoise Jewelry

Indian Turquoise Jewelry

Indian Turquoise Jewelry is our specialty at Durango Silver Company. We appreciate the gifted Native American Indian Artisans of the Southwestern United States and are zsxhonored to be able to represent such a fine group of individuals. We have been collecting quality Indian Turquoise Jewelry for over 40 years and enjoy passing on our knowledge of quality Indian Turquoise Jewelry to individuals who appreciate high quality handmade Jewelry.

We have created a good informational page you will enjoy located at Indian Turquoise Jewelry on our site, we invite you to take a look at this page. We have also written a wide array of educational pages that may be helpfull to you as well when you are considering Indian Turquoise Jewelry, check out our Learning Center.

Quality Indian Turquoise Jewelry

Quality Indian Turquoise Jewelry is partially in the eyes of the beholder as each of us see different beauty in particular styles of craftsmanship, however, there are many factors that make certain pieces of  Indian Turquoise Jewelry high quality. There are many Native American Jewelers that create simplistic Indian Turquoise Jewelry that shines of quality from the spectacular Turquoise to the perfect Silver work that accentuates it making an unbelievable work of art – and then – there are Native American Jewelers that just totally knock our socks off with their outstanding artistic abilities that are utterly magnificent! 

We enjoy seeking out extroardinary pieces of Indian Turquoise Jewelry to offer you! From Turquoise Rings, Earrings, Bracelets, Pendants to Turqoise Necklaces we always work hard to bring you a nice selection of Indian Silver Jewelry to choose from.

Indian Turquoise Jewelry from Durango Silver Company

Durango Silver Company has been in the Indian Turquoise Jewelry business for nearly 40 years now and are known worldwide for having exceptional Indian Silver Jewelry and Indian Turquoise Jewelry with some of the finest Turquoise on earth in our Jewelry. We are 100% reputable and responsible in choosing quality Native American Silver Jewelry in all price ranges that will become timeless pieces of Indian Turquoise Jewelry art into the future for our customers. We hope you will think of Durango Silver Company when you think of Indian Turquoise Jewelry in the future.

Native American Turquoise Jewelry

Wednesday, May 25th, 2011

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Native American Turquoise Jewelry plays a major roll in the history of the Southwestern regions of North America. The Native American Indians were responsible for finding this great spiritual skystone prior to 200 B.C. Native American Turquoise Jewelry has had an eventful history and is still a large industry in the Southwestern regions of North America.

Durango Silver Company specializes in Native American Turquoise Jewelry such as Turquoise Rings, Pendants, Necklaces, Earrings, Bracelets and much more. We invite you to visit our online store to find the highest quality Native American Turquoise Jewelry from the Southwestern U.S.A.

Durango Silver Company has made a great presentation on Native American Turquoise Jewelry and we have made a extensive presentation page as well.

Indian Turquoise Jewelry

Tuesday, May 24th, 2011

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Durango Silver Company would like to invite you to view our information presentation on Indian Turquoise Jewelry brief as well as our Indian Turquoise Jewelry page within our site.

Indian Turquoise Jewelry began when the Spaniards came up from the south (Mexico) in search of Gold. The Navajo People admired the fancy silverwork the Spaniards had on their horses and one man named Atsidi Sani, a blacksmith, convinced the Spaniards to teach him how to work silver. It is believe Atsidi actually started working with silver around 1870-1873. Navajo Silver and Turquoise started showing up around 1880.

This is a very interesting topic and we have a great presentation for you to view.