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Lucy Valencia - Navajo Sterling Silver
White Buffalo Stone Necklace and Earrings Set
HK Item #NS364

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Authentic Native American White Buffalo Stone necklacet and earrings set by Navajo Lucy Valencia

Necklace
18 1/4" and can be adjusted shorter
[add a chain extender to make it longer]

Center pendant is 1 1/2" x 7/8"
Earrings
1 5/8" long including wire
Weight
58 grams
Hallmarks
LJ .925
Material
Sterling Silver, Read about silver
White Buffalo Stone, Read about stones
Artist
Lucy Valencia, Navajo

About Native American authenticity.

Authentic Native American White Buffalo Stone necklacet and earrings set by Navajo Lucy Valencia

Authentic Native American White Buffalo Stone necklacet and earrings set by Navajo Lucy Valencia

18 1/2" sterling silver chain can be adjusted shorter with lobster claw clasp.


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Lucy Valencia, Navajo
Sterling Silver and White Buffalo Stone
Necklace and Earrings Set
NS364 -
$655 plus s/h

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Paula says - "This beautiful stone is also called White Turquoise and Sacred Buffalo Stone (see below)."

Authentic Native American White Buffalo Stone necklacet and earrings set by Navajo Lucy Valencia

Authentic Native American White Buffalo Stone necklacet and earrings set by Navajo Lucy Valencia

Earrings 1 5/8" long including wire.

Authentic Native American White Buffalo Stone necklacet and earrings set by Navajo Lucy Valencia

Center pendant is 1 1/2" x 7/8".

 

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White Buffalo Stone (Sacred Buffalo Stone, White Turquoise) was discovered at the Dry Creek turquoise mine on the Shoshone Indian Reservation near Battle Mountain, Nevada in 1993. To date, this is the only place it is found. White Buffalo is as rare as the sacred white buffalo, which is why the Shoshone Indians named it Sacred Buffalo Stone. It is white with black and/or brown matrix and many experts say it is technically not turquoise. This is because turquoise, by definition, contains copper (it is a copper aluminium phosphate), which is what gives turquoise its characteristic blue color (presence of iron will shift the color toward green). Although Sacred Buffalo Stone resembles turquoise in hardness and will polish to a high shine like turquoise, it has no copper, thus no blue color.

 

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