Museum Quality Carico Lake Turquoise Concho Belt
Product Code: RD31
Stone Type: Carico Lake Turquoise
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Classic Navajo style box and bow Sterling silver and blue to green fade Carico Lake Turquoise Concho Belt
by Native American artist Geraldine Yazzie. This silver concho belt is Museum Quality and focuses on 12 AAA grade lime green to baby blue fade, spider web, natural Carico Lake Turquoise cabochons from Nevada, USA. Each of the RARE American Turquoise cabochons
is freeform cut and the conchos feature ovals and the bows feature freeform shaped cabochons. These unique and un-obtainable
lime Turquoise cabochons feature golden yellow to orange spider web matrix and ""Water Web" matrix. These are the highest quality of natural Carico Lake Turquoise you will ever see. These stones glow! The baby blue to lime green fade in Carico Lake Turquoise is the rarest of colors, especially with the "water webbing" or "birdseye" matrix. If you are a collector you cannot afford to miss this belt.
The silver work and stamping on this concho belt is perfect. The belt buckle and each of the conchos feature stampwork designs and repose (raised or 3D stampwork). Each of the conchos are backed with leather for comfort. This lime green Turquoise concho belt is an absolute master piece! This silver concho belt would be the highlight of any Turquoise jewelry, Southwestern jewelry or Silver Jewelry collection. This Carico Lake Turquoise Concho Belt was Native American artisan handcrafted in New Mexico, USA and is hallmarked "GY and Sterling".
This lime Turquoise concho belt is a total length of 50 inches long with the leather and can be made to fit as small as a 32 inch waist. The leather belt is 1 and 1/8 inches wide. The blet buckle measures: 3 1/4 inches wide X 3 inches tall. Each of the bows measure approx: 2 1/2 inches tall X 1 1/8 inches wide. Each of the conchos measures approx: 3 1/4 inches wide X 2 1/2 inches tall.