Turquoise Beads 8211; American Turquoise Beads from the Southwest began once the Anasazi Indians found Turquoise about 200 B.C. The Anasazi Indians had moved from their ancient Pueblos to the Rio Grande Valley of what is now known as New Mexico about 1200 A.D.. The Santo Domingo Indians continued using Turquoise from the Cerrillos Turquoise Mines to make Their Turquoise Beads. The Santo Domingo Indians sold their Turquoise Beads on the Santa Fe Trail. You can read more on Santa Domingo Turquoise Beaded Jewelry here. Also see my Turquoise Beaded Jewelry blog.
Today, Turquoise Beads are as popular as ever, in fact, they are one of the most popular gemstone beads in the world. Durango Silver Company produces Turquoise Beads Jewelry of many styles and designs. Our niche is high quality authentic Turquoise in unique Necklace designs with Turquoise Beads.
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