Navajo handmadSterling Silver & Kingman Turquoise Cluster Bracelet (B)
Navajo handmadSterling Silver & Kingman Turquoise Cluster Bracelet (B)
Navajo handmadSterling Silver & Kingman Turquoise Cluster Bracelet (B)
Navajo handmadSterling Silver & Kingman Turquoise Cluster Bracelet (B)
Navajo handmadSterling Silver & Kingman Turquoise Cluster Bracelet (B)
Navajo handmadSterling Silver & Kingman Turquoise Cluster Bracelet (B)
Navajo handmadSterling Silver & Kingman Turquoise Cluster Bracelet (B)
Navajo handmadSterling Silver & Kingman Turquoise Cluster Bracelet (B)

Navajo handmadSterling Silver & Kingman Turquoise Cluster Bracelet (B)

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Navajo Artisan handmade Sterling Silver & Kingman Turquoise Cluster Bracelet. This bracelet features seven (7) beautiful Kingman Turquoise stones. Each stone is polished and set into a sterling silver bezel. Handmade by Navajo Silversmith M. Chavez. Signed and stamped Sterling.   The Inside Circumference is 5-1/4" with an additional 1" gap, this bracelet measures 1-1/8" at it's widest point and weighs 18g. \nThe Kingman Turquoise Mine is one of the oldest and highest producing Turquoise Mines in America. It was originally discovered by Native American Indians well over 1000 years ago. Kingman Turquoise is known for its beautiful sky blue color and produces many variations of blue Turquoise. The Kingman Turquoise mine also produces green Turquoise from the Turquoise Mountain side of the mine. Kingman Turquoise has been the biggest supplier of Turquoise to the Southwestern Turquoise Jewelry industry for nearly as long as the American Turquoise Jewelry industry has existed. In fact, the Kingman Turquoise mine was once part of a Turquoise boom around 1000 AD when the Mayan culture was using a lot of Turquoise for self adornments and ceremonial items. Today, as in the old times, blue Turquoise from Kingman, Arizona is king, even though the mine produces all colors of Turquoise and green Turquoise is almost becoming blue Turquoise's equal in popularity these days. \nNative Americans believe that the earth is alive and that all things, no matter how small or apparently inanimate, are precious. To the Native Americans, turquoise is life. There are stones medicine men keep in their sacred bundles because they possess powers of healing. Stones and crystals have unique attributes that support and heal us. Turquoise, especially, is known for its positive healing energy, an aid in mental functions, communications and expression and as a protector. If you’re wearing a turquoise ring and you look down and see a crack in your stone, the Native Americans would say “the stone took it”, meaning the stone took the blow that you would have received.\n
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