RARE *LARGE* Navajo NUMBER 8 SPIDERWEB Turquoise Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet
You will receive the exact item in the photos. This is a museum quality masterpiece. Unmarked test as Sterling.
Cold Weather Cocktail: Winter-Ready Thyme & Citrus Moscow Mule
Tired of pumpkin and apple everything? Make this thyme and grapefruit Moscow mule for a refreshing twist on the season! The flavors of late autumn have a tendency to call to mind certain experiences. Apple picking at the orchard down the street, the smell of a recently frost-bitten field of pumpkins, the feeling of anticipation that […]
Navajo Aaron Toadlena Sterling Silver No. 8 Turquoise Cluster Bracelet
Tribe: Navajo. Select Lines International is located in Denver, Colorado and has been serving the jewelry community since the late 1970's. Stone(s): Turquoise. Stamped: Sterling. Opal Jewelry. Silver Chain.
Navajo Turquoise Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet - RB
Measures 5-5/8" around with a 7/8" gap, 2" wide. ----------------------------------------------- DISCLAIMER: Please read all terms and conditions Tabs before bidding: Location & Preview; BP, Taxes & Fees; Shipping & Payment; Terms
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1920s Large Turquoise Matrix Navajo Ring, Sterling This was my prize find from the Arizona trip. It’s huge, but remarkably comfortable. And the stone is such an incredible color.
Vintage Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Cuff Bracelet
Vintage Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Cuff Bracelet that was made in the 1950s. It has a very nice triangular genuine turquoise stone. The cuff is formed of
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Native American and Southwest Art and Jewelry ? Turquoise Tortoise Gallery, Sedona
As one of the oldest and most acclaimed Sedona art galleries, we are located in the very heart of Sedona's famed Gallery District. We represent the finest Native American artists and jewelers, as well as Contemporary Southwestern artists.