Posted by John Hartman on May 11th 2016
John and Dillon from Durango Silver Company has just created a new educational page on Navajo Turquoise Earrings. We invite you to learn about Turquoise, Turquoise Earrings and Navajo Indian Jewelry all made in the USA.
This presentation has photos and informational text describing what you are looking at in the photos to help you understand more about Navajo Indian Turquoise Earrings.
Turquoise is absolutely going through the roof right now and it is getting so much publicity worldwide it is unbelievable. Just for grins, watch the newscasters, the Academy Awards and the media and look at all the Turquoise Earrings, Turquoise Beads and Turquoise Jewelry is being worn.
Turquoise is a beautiful gemstone, one of the very first gemstones found by man over 7500 years ago and it has been known to have spiritual and metaphysical powers by Kings, Queens, Pharaohs, healers, medicine men and important people since its conception into global humanity. Around the world for over 7000 years, Turquoise has been worshipped to give the bearer health, happiness and good fortune.
Navajo Jewelry- Navajo Jewelry began about 1865 in the Southwestern regions of the United States. It all began when Atsidi Sani learned the Silversmithing trade from the Spaniards who were coming into the region on a hunt for Gold and Silver.Durango Silver has created a great educational presentation on Navajo Jewelry that includes photos, [...]
As Silver has went through the roof in value which is over $36. per ounce today, the cost of materials are at an all time high for the Navajos to purchase. As a result many Navajos are not making Jewelry and this is causing a shortage of Navajo Indian Jewelry in the marketplace.I was [...]
Native American Handmade Navajo Indian Silver JewelryDurango Silver has been Traders to the Native American Indians of the Southwest and dealers in Western Silver Jewelry for forty years now. We specialize in Navajo Indian Silver Jewelry and we always have a large inventory of many types of items of Indian Silver Jewelry made by the Navajo [...]
In 1865, a Navajo named Atsidi Sani first learned how to make Navajo Silver Jewelry from the Spanairds who were in the area of the Navajo seeking Silver and Gold. Atsidi Sani began making Navajo Turquoise and Silver Jewelry around 1880 and the market for his Navajo Turquoise and Silver Jewelry was immediately brisk as [...]
We have just finished a great informational page on Navajo Silver Jewelry and invite you to come and take a look at it. You will find some great photos with informational text on Silver Jewelry made by the Navajo Indian Silversmiths.Navajo Silver Jewelry began in about 1865 when a Navajo named Atsidi Sani learned how [...]
We have just completed a great new informational page on Navajo Jewelry Origins and invite you to view it - we think you will get a lot of great informative information from this presentation.Navajo Jewelry began around 1865 when a Navajo Blacksmith by the name of Atsidi Sani learned how to work with Silver [...]
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