Made in Mexico, a prized cross pendant necklace made of sterling silver and green turquoise. Twenty three, oval, cabochon turquoise stones are bezel set within a cross frame. A gradual shift of color can be seen through the placement of the stones, ranging from a lime green to more blue hues, and copper tones. A beaded chain cast from sterling has a secure, closed spring clasp, which is hallmarked 925. Known for their protective properties, this cross has an elevated principle of protection. This pendant necklace is one of hundreds of pieces of jewelry that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
Stunning vintage squash blossom necklace is made in the Navajo tradition by Benny Sandoval. The sterling silver necklace is traditionally styled with Royston turquoise. Mined in the Royston district of Nevada, these stones have compelling, contrasting tones of light blue and deep green with a heavy, dark matrix. Sterling silver beads end with a simple hook and ring clasp. Signed by Benny Sandoval on back. Price is firm.
This necklace is one of hundreds of pieces of jewelry that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
A massive sterling cuff bracelet signed WP for Wilson Padilla, a Navajo silversmith. The bracelet features two large and beautiful pieces of turquoise, securely bezel set. The design is large and bold, with two sets of wing like florettes coming off the stones and six central dots pinning in your attention. Crafted by Wilson Padilla.