Blue Turquoise Earrings have been the favourite of the majority of the public since the ancient times of Egypt over 7,500 years ago. Early man believed Blue Turquoise was sent from the great ones above and it was a stone that held great powers. In the years that followed Blue Turquoise has been worshiped by many cultures worldwide and is still today. Blue Turquoise Earrings are the the most important piece of Turquoise Jewelry that has been made throughout the years.
Blue Turquoise Earrings from the Southwestern USA are unique to this area and are appreciated by individuals around the world. Durango Silver Company produces many styles of Blue Turquoise Earrings and we also handle Blue Turquoise Earrings from the Navajo Indians, the Zuni Indians and other contemporary Southwestern artisans.
To the left are a pair of Blue Turquoise Chandelier Earrings handcrafted by Navajo Artist, Geneva Apachito. These earrings are handmade of a teardrop stone bottom piece, and a five Turquoise stone centrepiece that are hung from a single oval stone stud. You can see more information on this pair of Blue Turquoise Earrings on their presentation page.
To the right is another pair of Blue Turquoise Cluster Style Earrings. They have six Sleeping Beauty gemstones and were handcrafted by Navajo Artist Geneva Apachito. The six gorgeous stones that make up these earrings are natural Sleeping Beauty Turquoise from Globe, Arizona. You can see see more information on this pair of earrings on their presentation page.
To the left is a pair of contemporary Zuni Inlay Blue Turquoise stud earrings. They are Native American handmade on the Zuni Pueblo in New Mexico, USA. These contemporary Turquoise earrings are high fashion and easy to wear. This pair of Blue Turquoise earrings will spice up any outfit, from jeans and a t-shirt to an evening dress.
The two Stone Dangle Royston Ribbon Turquoise Earrings were handcrafted by John Hartman. These handmade Sterling Silver earrings are all about the stone, simple and elegant. These earrings Turquoise can be worn here in the Southwest or in New York City. The Ribbon Turquoise is simply the Turquoise vein running through the host rock cut into a stone, rather than the turquoise cut out of the host rock and then cut into a cabochon.
To the left are a pair of Blue Turquoise Beaded Earrings with Black Onyx and Blue Gem Turquoise beads by Nattarika Hartman. These are easy to wear fashion bead earrings that are sure to become a classic in your wardrobe. The fashion Turquoise jewelry earrings feature two sections that are linked together with sterling silver to give the earrings lots of movement. The bottom section is made up of Black Onyx round beads which have a small Blue Turquoise roundel beads between them. The top section has two small Black Onyx beads, which have a Large Blue Gem Turquoise roundel bead between them.
To the right is a pair of Persian Princess style, chandelier Blue Turquoise bead earrings by Nattarika Hartman. These gorgeous fashion bead earrings feature 42 Authentic Nevada Blue Turquoise roundel beads and one large handmade sterling silver filigree style barrel bead. The earrings feature a single small Turquoise roundel bead and then the handmade sterling silver barrel bead. From this hangs four roundel Turquoise beads and Sterling Silver chains which have great movement and flow.
To the left are a pair of Blue Turquoise Earrings that are a Daisy Style with Sleeping Beauty Turquoise and Spiny Oyster stones. They are Blue Turquoise Stud Earrings by Native American Artist Geneva Apachito. These are really great medium sized Turquoise stud earrings. These earrings have eight oval Sleeping Beauty Turquoise cabochons and in the middle is a single round bright orange Spiny Oyster cabochon. See this pair of Blue Turquoise Earrings on their presentation page.
To the right is a pair of blue Stormy Mountain Turquoise Stud Earrings Designed by John Hartman. These fancy large Turquoise stud Earrings feature two oval high grade Stormy Mountain Turquoise Cabochons surrounded by fine wire and raindrop filigree designs. These earrings are show stoppers.
We hope you have gained some useful knowledge from our Turquoise Earrings educational presentation page. We invite you to learn more about Silver Jewelry, Indian Jewelry and Turquoise Jewelry by following the links in our Learning Center which has many other informational pages that we have written on topics related to Southwestern Silver Jewelry. In addition, we would like to invite you to join our E-Mail Newsletter - about once every other month we send out a Newsletter to inform our members of what's happening with Durango Silver Company, new products, specials for our members and more. We also have a monthly drawing from our members to Giveaway free Turquoise Jewelry from our company. Please take a moment to become one of our friends and future winners in our giveaway by signing in below.