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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.
Nepali Multi-Strand Swag Necklace and Earrings

$30.00 - $90.00

Out of this World Composite Turquoise Jewelry

$35.00 - $110.00

Turquoise and Seed Mala Jewelry

$25.00 - $135.00

Himalayan Fringe Necklace


Ionia Murano Glass Jewelry Set


East Meets West Lapis and Turquoise Necklace and Earrings

$50.00 - $150.00

Liquid Silver and Turquoise Heishi Jewelry and Butterfly Pin

$75.00 - $265.00

Turquoise Freshwater Pearl Necklace

Orig.: $70.00

NOW: $54.99

Vintage Peacock Garden Jewelry

Orig.: $60.00 - $295.00

NOW: $39.99 - $199.99

Filigree Lotus Blossom Bracelet and Earrings

Orig.: $140.00 - $500.00

NOW: $69.99 - $264.99

Cached: Sat Feb 13 14:22:34 EST 2016