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Turquoise Jewelry Artisans

Turquoise Teardrop Earrings
Turquoise Teardrop Earrings
(Based on 4 reviews)
Category: Member Products/Jewelry

Turquoise is a powerful ritual material in Himalayan cultures, representing the clear blue of the sky. It is sometimes used as a gift to one’s betrothed, and the color is said to stay true as long as the lover’s affection does. This modern interpretation of a classic design features vibrant turquoise inlaid in sterling silver. Handmade in Nepal by members of the Shakya clan, descendants of an ancient culture that was traditionally known for its metalwork and whose capital was in present-day Nepal.


$39.00
Navajo Turquoise Earrings
Navajo Turquoise Earrings
(Based on 3 reviews)
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The Navajo have used turquoise in art and ritual for thousands of years. It is believed to insure favor with one's yei, a holy being who mediates between the human and supernatural worlds. It can appease the winds and help bring rain. The strands of this handcrafted necklace are meant to symbolize and connect past, present, and future. The teardrop earrings are traced with sterling silver. Please accept slight variations because of the natural materials. Handmade by Navajo artisans in Arizona.
$65.00
$15.99
Navajo Turquoise Necklace
Navajo Turquoise Necklace
(Based on 5 reviews)
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The Navajo have used turquoise in art and ritual for thousands of years. It is believed to insure favor with one's yei, a holy being who mediates between the human and supernatural worlds. It can appease the winds and help bring rain. The strands of this handcrafted necklace are meant to symbolize and connect past, present, and future. The teardrop earrings are traced with sterling silver. Please accept slight variations because of the natural materials. Handmade by Navajo artisans in Arizona.
$125.00
$39.99
Five Rivers Navajo Turquoise Bracelet
Five Rivers Navajo Turquoise Bracelet
(Based on 2 reviews)
Category: Jewelry/Bracelets

Believed to bestow the wearer with courage, luck, health, and protection, turquoise has been used in jewelry making for millennia by cultures as diverse as the Navajo, ancient Egyptians, and Tibetans. This sterling silver bracelet is handcrafted by Navajo artisans in Arizona and features five smooth turquoise stones.


$199.00
Navajo Turquoise Beaded Necklace
Navajo Turquoise Beaded Necklace
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For the Navajo, turquoise is believed to ensure favor with one’s yei, a holy being who mediates between the human and supernatural worlds. This necklace is handcrafted by Navajo artisans in Arizona and features a smooth cabochon pendant set in sterling silver on a satin strand of blue and green turquoise discs.


$99.00
Navajo Turquoise and Sterling Cuff Bracelet
Navajo Turquoise and Sterling Cuff Bracelet
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Category: Jewelry/Bracelets

For the Navajo of the American Southwest, turquoise has always been an important element in art and ritual. In rain ceremonies it represents the connection between sea and sky. It's also believed to ensure favor with one's yei, a holy being who mediates between the human and supernatural worlds. A Navajo artist working in Arizona creates this sterling silver cuff by hand, and sets a round turquoise cabochon at the center.


$155.00
Navajo Turquoise and Sterling Silver Watch
Navajo Turquoise and Sterling Silver Watch
(Based on 16 reviews)
Category: Jewelry/Watches

Believed to embody virtues like wisdom, good fortune, and health, turquoise has been an important part of cultures as diverse as the ancient Egyptians, the Navajo, and the Tibetans. For the Navajo in the American Southwest, the stone is part of rain ceremonies where it represents the connection between sea and sky.


$99.00
Navajo Turquoise Earrings
Navajo Turquoise Earrings
(Based on 1 review)
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For the Navajo, turquoise is believed to ensure favor with one’s yei, a holy being who mediates between worlds. Navajo artisans in Arizona create these earrings using smooth cabochons set in sterling silver.


$99.00
Giriama Bracelet
Giriama Bracelet
(Based on 4 reviews)
Category: Jewelry/Bracelets

Each tiny round heishi bead on these bracelets is handcrafted by artisans who are part of Kenya’s Giriama tribe. The 24-karat-gold-plated copper beads are strung on generous elastic and paired with accent beads of freshwater pearl, multicolored Swarovski crystal, or faceted turquoise.


Available styles: Crystal, Pearl, Turquoise
$55.00
$11.99
Sterling Silver Kanji Birthstone Pendant Necklace
Sterling Silver Kanji Birthstone Pendant Necklace
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Category: Jewelry/Necklaces

Kanji are Chinese characters that have been simplified and adopted into Japanese writing, beginning as early as the sixth century A.D. Today there are tens of thousands of kanji characters in Japanese writing, but only about 3,000 are in common use. Artisans in Yiwu, China, create these kanji pendants by using sterling silver and the lost-wax casting method. Each kanji character emulates the sweeping brushstrokes of traditional calligraphy. Choose based on birth month, favorite color, or simply the symbol that resonates with you most.


Available styles: Amethyst, Blue Topaz, Citrine, Carnelian, Garnet, Green Quartz, Iolite, Peridot, Pink Tourmaline, Turquoise, White Pearl, White Quartz
$59.00
Women's Portuguese Montado Bracelet
Women's Portuguese Montado Bracelet
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Portugal first enacted laws protecting its cork forests, or montados, in 1209, centuries before ecological responsibility was a common goal. It takes 25 years for a cork oak to mature, after which it can be sustainably harvested for 150 years or more. Here, Portuguese artisans pair strips of cork with faux turquoise and silver-tone metal in a unisex style.


$65.00
$29.99
Men's Portuguese Montado Bracelet
Men's Portuguese Montado Bracelet
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Portugal first enacted laws protecting its cork forests, or montados, in 1209, centuries before ecological responsibility was a common goal. It takes 25 years for a cork oak to mature, after which it can be sustainably harvested for 150 years or more. Here, Portuguese artisans pair strips of cork with faux turquoise and silver-tone metal in a unisex style.


$65.00
$29.99