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The Turquoise Navajo Pearl Sterling Silver Necklace features a Turquoise stone and Navajo Pearls. A silver rope design surrounds the edge of the large stone set in the middle of the rectangle shaped pendant. It is two inches wide and two and a quarter inches high. It weighs 61.1 grams.The pendant hangs from a large bail and a 20 inch Navajo Pearls necklace. It is made of .925 Sterling Silver and on the back you can see the artist's stamp as well as a "Sterling" stamp. The Southwestern United States is a significant source of Turquoise. Nevada produces more Turquoise by far. No matter which state the turquoise comes from, each stone will be extremely unique and have intriguing properties. Turquoise is a phosphate mineral whose color is influenced by the presence of additional materials. Aluminum and iron will turn the stone a more blue hue, and copper will give it a green hue.

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Native American Made

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Width 2"
Height 2.25"
Made In United States

Turquoise Navajo Pearl Sterling Silver Necklace

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$1,000.00
The Turquoise Navajo Pearl Sterling Silver Necklace features a Turquoise stone and Navajo Pearls. A silver rope design surrounds the edge of the large stone set in the middle of the rectangle shaped pendant. It is two inches wide and two and a quarter inches high. It weighs 61.1 grams.The pendant hangs from a large bail and a 20 inch Navajo Pearls necklace. It is made of .925 Sterling Silver and on the back you can see the artist's stamp as well as a "Sterling" stamp.

The Southwestern United States is a significant source of Turquoise. Nevada produces more Turquoise by far. No matter which state the turquoise comes from, each stone will be extremely unique and have intriguing properties.
Turquoise is a phosphate mineral whose color is influenced by the presence of additional materials. Aluminum and iron will turn the stone a more blue hue, and copper will give it a green hue.