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Turquoise Jewelry

Well represented in the Janet Annenberg Hooker Hall of Geology, Gems and Minerals in our National Museum of Natural History, turquoise is one of the oldest gem materials. In many ancient cultures it was believed to represent purity and was used as a protective amulet. Howlite, named for geologist Henry How, is a mineral that resembles turquoise’s chemical structure. Our turquoise and howlite jewelry reflect specimens in the collection.
Turquoise and Lapis
Turquoise and Lapis "Feather" Link Necklace

$325.00

 
Turquoise and Lapis
Turquoise and Lapis "Feather" Link Bracelet

$195.00

 
Turquoise and Lapis
Turquoise and Lapis "Feather" Link Pierced Earrings

$65.00

 
Delicate Turquoise Ovals Necklace
Delicate Turquoise Ovals Necklace

$45.00

 
Delicate Turquoise Ovals Bracelet
Delicate Turquoise Ovals Bracelet

$85.00

 
Delicate Turquoise Ovals Pierced Earrings
Delicate Turquoise Ovals Pierced Earrings

$45.00

 
Semiprecious Gem Tassel Bracelet Set
Semiprecious Gem Tassel Bracelet Set

$45.00

 
Sterling Turquoise Link Bracelet
Sterling Turquoise Link Bracelet

$250.00

 
Sterling Turquoise Link Necklace
Sterling Turquoise Link Necklace

$350.00

 
Sterling Turquoise Link Pierced Earrings
Sterling Turquoise Link Pierced Earrings

$120.00

 
Navajo Sleeping Beauty Turquoise Petit Point Post Earrings
Navajo Sleeping Beauty Turquoise Petit Point Post Earrings

$800.00

 
Navajo Turquoise Mountain Heart Inlay Bracelet and Pierced Earrings
Navajo Turquoise Mountain Heart Inlay Bracelet and Pierced Earrings

$80.00 - $450.00

 
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