Blue Turquoise Pendants have been favoured by many throughout the years, and for good reason. For over 7,500 years, Turquoise has been known as the skystone by peoples throughout the world. Medicine Men, Healers, Spiritual Leaders, Kings, Pharaohs and people of all walks of life connect metaphysically with Blue Turquoise.
Blue Turquoise Pendants are today and have been historically in high demand by individuals seeking a piece of Turquoise Jewelry for themselves to wear. A Turquoise Pendant is a great choice for your first piece of Turquoise Jewelry and if you already have other items, a Blue Turquoise Pendant would be a great addition to your collection. Below are some variations of Blue Turquoise Pendants produced by Durango Silver Co.
To the left - A Navajo teardrop shaped, spider web, blue Manassa Turquoise Pendant by Native American artist Evelyn Yazzie. This Colorado Turquoise pendant is all about the stone and features a medium sized, teardrop cut, blue spider web Manassa Turquoise cabochon. The Turquoise cabochon is bezel set and surrounded by a rope or cable design. The bottom of the Pendant features fluted and non-fluted raindrops. This blue Colorado Turquoise pendant was Native American handmade in New Mexico, USA and is hallmarked “Y and Sterling”.
To the right - A Victorian Style Design Blue Diamond Turquoise Pendant by John Hartman. This is a wonderful Pendant that features a freeform triangular Black Spider Web Blue Diamond Turquoise cabochon surrounded by repose, raindrops, and floral designs. This is a beautiful example of Nevada Turquoise from the Blue Diamond Turquoise Mine which has been out of production for many years. Artisan Handmade in Durango, Colorado USA and stamped "Durango Silver .925 and J. Hartman".
To the Left - Blue Wind Turquoise Pendant handcrafted by navajo artist Verde Jake. Blue Wind Turquoise was from Lander County and as in Lander Blue, a small amount of this type of Turquoise was found, it has become very rare and desirable.
To the right - A classic repose and raindrop design Kingman Turquoise Pendant by Crystal Hartman. This classic Sterling Silver Pendant focuses on a wonderful deep blue Kingman Turquoise Stone that has natural pyrite in the spider web matrix. This stone is surrounded by raindrop and repose designs and hung from a custom bail. Artisan handmade in Durango, Colorado USA.
To the left - Large, twelve stone Sleeping Beauty Turquoise Cross by Native American Darryl Becenti. This cross is very large and is intricately hand stamped and reposed all over. At each tip of the cross lies a cluster of tiny, round, Sleeping Beauty Turquoise cabochons. In the center of the cross is an oval Sleeping Beauty Turquoise cabochon. This large cross is hung from a large bail that is big enough to handle a nice sized strand of beads or a very large chain. Artisan handcrafted in Gallup, New Mexico USA and stamped “D and Sterling”.
To the right - A beautiful Turquoise Pendant with Lookout Mountain Turquoise from Nevada. This piece was designed by Durango Silver Co and assembled by Navajo artist Verdy Jake. The Sterling Silver wire and raindrop design is simplistic and classy.
To the left - On the left is a beautiful Sterling Silver Turquoise Pendant with a wonderful deep blue Morenci Turquoise Gemstone. This Pendant has nice stamp work and applicant work with a fixed bail.
To the right - This great pendant focuses on a huge freeform Natural Spider Web Turquoise Cabochon from the Blue Wind Turquoise Mine in Nevada. This rare Turquoise stone is surrounded by six royal purple cabochons of natural Sugilite from South Africa and fancy silver designs. Artisan handmade in Durango, Colorado USA and stamped "Durango Silver .925 and J. Hartman".
To the left - Victorian Fern Leaf Style, Freeform Blue Gem Turquoise Pendant by John Hartman. This fairly large pendant is absolutely gorgeous! The pendant focuses on a top gem grade Natural Blue Gem Turquoise cabochon that has a really unique fashion designer cut. The large cabochon is surrounded by Victorian style fern leaves and raindrop designs. Artisan handcrafted in Durango, Colorado USA and stamped “Durango Silver Co. .925 and J. Hartman”.
To the right - Free form, Victorian Fusion, Electric Blue, Turquoise Mountain Pendant by Dillon Hartman. This free form pendant is unique and focuses on an electric blue Turquoise Mountain cabochon that has wonderful golden yellow matrix. This Turquoise comes from Kingman, Arizona. The stone is surrounded by filigree, raindrop and repose designs that tastefully combine Southwestern and Victorian jewelry styles. Artisan handcrafted in Durango, Colorado USA and stamped “Durango Silver .925 and D. Hartman”
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