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Turquoise Pins by Dillon Hartman - Dillon goes over several different types of Turquoise Pins and describes their differences. He starts with an old Turquoise Pin with Villa Grove, Colorado Turquoise. He shows you some great old and new Turquoise Pins and describes them to you. Take a look, we think you will enjoy this video.

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Turquoise Pin Examples

Vintage Turquoise Pin Vintage Style Bisbee Turquoise Pin

Above and to the left is a Zuni Inlay style Bisbee Turquoise pin Native American handmade on the Zuni Pueblo in New Mexico USA. This three stone antique Zuni Inlay pin features three triangular stones of natural Bisbee Blue Turquoise. This pin features classic sterling silver overlay designs that represents a wheel of life. This antique Inlay Turquoise pin is a rarity considering that it has Bisbee Turquoise in it.

To the right is a Classic Navajo Stamp work design Bisbee Turquoise Pin or Broach. Pretty Natural Bisbee Turquoise Stone, Blue and lavender shades with beautiful classic Bisbee Turquoise brown/red matrix. 10cts of Natural Bisbee Turquoise.

More Turquoise Pin Examples

Silver and Turquoise Frog Pin Old Fred Harvey Silver and Turquoise Pin

To the left is a Cute little frog doing the backstroke, deep green, Manassa, Colorado Turquoise pin or broach by Joe Eby. This little guy will steal your heart. This froggy is doing the backstroke and holding his deep green Manassa Turquoise belly. His belly is made of a bezel set square deep green Colorado Turquoise cabochon from the famous Manassa Turquoise mine in Manassa, Colorado USA. His features are made of hand stamp work. This green Manassa Colorado Turquoise pin or brooch was artisan handmade in New Mexico, USA and is hallmarked “JE inside of a spider”.

To the right is a Vintage Turquoise double horseshoe pin with Turquoise. This pin was probibly sold at the Grand Canyon or one of the Fred Harvey stores along route 66. It is a classy old pin from 1940's.


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