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Turquoise Jewelry handmade with genuine Turquoise

Turquoise Jewelry, the perfect way for enhancing any look. With the price of Sterling Silver going through the roof as of late; the increase in demand for Silver Jewelry has greatly increased. The elegance of our Turquoise in our finely hand crafted Jewelry is unmistakable and each piece that we make is signed with our hallmark. If it is made with sterling silver it will be stamped "sterling". If it is made with anything else it is usually stamped "handmade". Each piece we make is handmade with hand cut Turquoise and Silver by skilled Pueblo Indian jewelry artists. We supply most of the Gemstone Jewelry, handmade by Native Americans, that you see today to retailers and wholesalers from around the world.at some of the most competitive prices online.

Our finely crafted Turquoise Jewelry, handmade with Genuine Gemstones in our Gilbert, AZ shop, right in the heart of the American Southwest with some of the best Jewelry industry. Each piece is handmade with hand cut genuine Turquoise. Our talented Native American artists have hand crafted pieces of Jewelry for several television shows, movies and Hollywood Celebrities. They have chosen our handmade turquoise watches, necklaces, belt buckles, concho belts, bracelets and several other turquoise masterpieces.

Not many people know but Turquoise is the stone chosen for the month of December and with it comes folklore, history and admiration. Historically, Southwestern Native American tribes have been using it in jewelry for centuries, it was not until the early 1900's that it became the Native Americans most popular semi precious stone. During the days of the Fred Harvey Company along the old route 66 highway; Turquoise set into Silver, took on many shapes and forms and was in high demand with the coming of the railroad and with tourism.