Turquoise Bead Pendants
Turquoise Bead Necklaces are in high fashion today and Turquoise Bead Pendants have been in style for thousands of years! Turquoise is one of the first Gemstones found by man and their history is phenomenal. Examples of Turquoise Bead Pendants and Turquoise Bead Necklaces are recorded to date back past 5,500 B.C. and have been worn by many peoples of the world since. Although Turquoise Bead Pendants and Necklaces are in fashion, they are more than a piece of Jewelry - they are spiritual and you will feel the metaphysical powers of them when you wear them.
Below are some examples of Turquoise Bead Pendants and Necklaces with photos and descriptions for your enjoyment and education. We have a lot of information on Turquoise Beads on the Durango Silver Website, we invite you to visit our Learning Center to find addition informational pages for your reading and education on Turquoise Beads, Turquoise bead pendants and Turquoise bead necklaces.
Turquoise Bead Pendant and Necklace Examples
To the left - Bisbee Turquoise Bead Pendant Necklace - This is a one of a kind Turquoise Bead Pendant / Necklace that was created by John Hartman and strung by Nattarika Hartman of Durango Silver Co. This gorgeous handmade piece of art is truly one of a kind and the only one you will ever see. It features a large red web Bisbee Turquoise cab as the focal point with three strands of beautiful matching Turquoise Beads and Silver Squash Blossoms. This Turquoise bead pendant / necklace has handmade sterling chain at the end which allows you to make it shorter or longer as you desire. Handmade in Durango, Colorado USA.
To the right - Is a Large Royston Turquoise Bead Pendant strung on hand rolled Royston Turquoise Beads that were hand rolled. The beads are graduated in size and made from natural Royston Boulder Turquoise from Tonopah, Nevada USA. At the bottom of this bead necklace is a unique Turquoise bead pendant. This unique Turquoise bead pendant is made of Boulder or Ribbon Turquoise from the Royston Turquoise mine. This necklace was hand beaded in Durango, Colorado by Nattarika Hartman.
To the left - A beautiful Blue Diamond Turquoise Bead Pendant / Necklace. This Necklaces features a large high quality Blue Diamond Turquoise Stone bezel accented with Silver and Turquoise Beads and strung, choker length with matching Turquoise and Black Onyx Beads. The Silver work was done by John Hartman and the Necklace was strung by Nattarika Hartman of Durango Silver Co.
To the right - is the clasp to the Turquoise bead pendant / necklace to the left.
More Turquoise Bead Pendant Examples
To the left - Is a Turquoise bead pendant / necklace made of a Navajo Naja Pendant strung on Boulder Tortoise Turquoise Beads and Antique Navajo Silver Beads. This Turquoise Bead Pendant / Necklace was strung in a short length that is attractive when worn in everyday life, it includes a sterling silver chain extension. This is a unique Turquoise Bead Pendant / Necklace made by Nattarika Hartman.
To the right - Teardrop Haley's Comet Boulder Turquoise Bead Pendant strung on Mixed Nevada Turquoise Hand Rolled Graduated Barrel Beads by Nattarika Hartman. . This Turquoise Bead Pendant / Necklace features, Yellow Turquoise from the Leaning Shack Mine, Mint Green and Caramel Turquoise from the Tortoise Mine, Blue Royston Turquoise, Aqua Green Turquoise from the Broken Arrow Mine, and Steel Blue Turquoise from the Haley's Comet Mine.
Above is a beautiful Turquoise Pendant made with Tortoise Turquoise accented with Sugilite and Garnets made by John Hartman. This Turquoise Bead Pendant / Necklace was strung on Sugilite, Black Onyx and Sterling Silver Beads by Nattarika Hartman. This is a beautiful Turquoise Bead Pendant / Necklace that is one of a kind and handcrafted in Durango, Colorado USA.
There are many different types of Turquoise pendants. Hopefully we have been able to provide you some good examples of Turquoise bead pendants. We have many more examples of Turquoise pendants located on our website as well as on our Turquoise Pendant Example page and our Turquoise Pendants page.
We hope you have enjoyed our presentation and have gained some useful knowledge from it. We invite you to learn more about Turquoise and Turquoise Jewelry by following the links in our Learning Center to other informational pages that we have written on different topics related to Turquoise Jewelry. In addition, we would like to invite you to join our E-Mail Newsletter - about once every other month we send out a Newsletter to inform our members of what's happening with Durango Silver Company, new products, specials for our members and more. We also have a monthly drawing from our member base to give away free Turquoise Jewelry from our company. Please take a moment to become one of our friends by signing in below. Thank you for reading about the Turquoise bead pendant.