In this Turquoise Bracelets Video Dillon starts out by talking about Vintage Turquoise Bracelets. Dillon points out how a beautiful old Navajo Turquoise Bracelet made by Mark Chee and tells you how it was made and shows you what a very valuable Turquoise Stone is worth - this spiderweb Turquoise stone in this bracelet is worth over $6,000. today. Fine Turquoise values have gone through the roof as Turquoise mining has almost come to a halt and demand for Turquoise is very high as it is one of the top ten most sold gemstones in the world today.
Dillon then gets into more modern Turquoise Bracelets, shows you different variations and Bracelet types, how they are made and types of Turquoise used in the bracelets. As Silver is becoming very valuable, this is a great Turquoise Bracelet video will help you understand how to value and buy Turquoise Bracelets as an investment. You can easily make a lot of money now buying old Sterling Silver Jewelry. This Turquoise Bracelet Video has a lot of great information and is well worth you time watching.
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Above and to the left is a roundel Blue Gem Turquoise bead bracelet by Nattarika Hartman. This bracelet is made of roundel shaped Nevada Blue Gem Turquoise beads. These Nevada Turquoise beads are strung on beadalon wire and finished off with a sterling silver clasp and extender chain. This Turquoise bracelet can be worn with any outfit or wardrobe and is very attractive when worn.
To the right is a channel Turquoise Inlay Bracelet in Sterling Silver with Bisbee Blue Turquoise. This type of channel Inlay Bracelet has been made in Durango for about fifty years. We got the patterns for this Bracelet when we purchased the Bisbee Turquoise Collection from the decendents of Cecil Mickelson who was Bob Mathews partner. Bob and Cecil had the rights to extract the Bisbee Turquoise from the Bisbee Mine in the 60's and 70's. They brought the Turquoise to Durango, sorted it, sold it and made it into Turquoise Jewelry at the Mickelson Jewelry Company of Durango, Colorado.
To the left is a Lost Wax Vine and Flower Design Sugilite and Royston Turquoise Bracelet by John Hartman. This heavy sterling silver bracelet is a true work of art that you are sure to never see another alike. The bracelet features a large semi - nugget cut piece of Natural Royston Turquoise from Tonopah, Nevada. The turquoise is complimented by two oval purple Sugilite stones from the Wessel's Mine in South Africa. Click on the link to see more photos and descriptions.
To the right is a Navajo Gemstone and Turquoise Inlay Bracelet. This is a beautiful and artistic piece that was created in Sterling Silver and inlaid with Turquoise, Opal and Sugilite. Durango Silver Company tries to keep as much of this quality Turquoise Inlay Jewelry on hand as possible at all times.
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