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YES! This was priced higher and the price is now reduced...Id mixed up the prices between this strand and my Machu Piccu necklace, shown in photo 5 and with its own listing!

The natural quartz beads by the neck closure are hand made by indigenous Mayan artisans living in Guatamala, drilled by coming in from either side and meeting in the middle, forming an hourglass effect within the bead

I purchased several strands of these vintage, natural turquoise beads, and told they were mined in Nevada. The stones are unlike anything I've seen coming from China, and look very old, although they are contemporary. One strand is set aside for myself and the rest will be made into necklaces. After sorting and handling the stones I decided to create at least one necklace showing off the unique beauty and personality of these beads.

There's no dye or shiny, protective coating on the beads so they have a nice matte finish: oils and warmth from the wearer's skin will eventually deepen the color. and gently buff them to an even smoother finish. If you don't wear them often, apply a few drops of oil to the palms then run them lightly over the stones Turquoise, like Baltic amber, jet, and pearls is relatively soft, so store it the same way, in a place of its own.

PHOTO #5 Shows this necklace paired with Machu Picchu necklace, which will have its own listing. This listing is for the turquoise necklace only.


18.5 long
Heavy sterling silver hook & eye clasp

Blue Sky Woman natural Nevada Turquoise


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: American turquoise, silver metal
  • Only ships within United States.
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