Authentic Native American Navajo Indian Turquoise Pendant

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Dean Sandoval - Navajo Sterling Silver
Natural Royston Turquoise Pendants

HK Item #NP419

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Native American Navajo Turquoise Pendant

Native American Navajo turquoise pendant

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Dean Sandoval
Navajo Sterling Silver
Royston Turquoise Pendants

NP419A - $115 plus s/h
NP419B - $115 plus s/h
NP419C - $115 plus s/h
NP419D - $115 plus s/h
NP419E - $115 plus s/h
NP419F - $115 plus s/h


Approximately 1 3/8" long including fixed bail;
All have 3/16" bail opening
Natural Royston Turquoise , Read about stones
Sterling silver, Read about silver
Dean Sandoval, Navajo

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Royston turquoise mine district (Nye County, Nevada) consists of several mines including Royston, Royal Blue, Oscar Wehrend and Bunker Hill. Discovered in 1902 it is the oldest patented mine in Nevada. Royston turquoise is known for its beautiful deep green to rich light blue colors in the same formation and the stones are often two-tone, displaying both dark and light green and sometimes blue. It has a heavy matrix ranging from dark brown to gold in color. Royston turquoise is considered very collectible.

What is natural turquoise?

Natural Turquoise has not been treated or preserved in any way. It has only been shaped and polished to bring out the natural beauty of the color and matrix pattern.

Turquoise used in most heishi and nugget necklaces has been either enhanced or stabilized. Enhanced refers to a natural stone that has been treated with electrical currents that hardens the stone and enhances and preserves the color. Stabilized turquoise has been treated with a chemical that closes the pores of the stone so it will be less likely to fracture or change color over time.

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