Native American Navajo Indian King's Manassa Turquoise Pendant

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Phillip Sanchez - Navajo Sterling Silver
King's Manassa Turquoise Pendant
HK Item #NP500

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Authentic Navajo  Sterling Silver King's Manassa Turquoise pendant

Size
2 1/2" long including swinging bail;
1" wide;
3/8" bail opening
With 18" sterling silver flat bicycle chain
Materials
Sterling silver, Read about silver;
King's Manassa Turquoise, Read about stones
Weight
24 grams
Hallmark
P. Sanchez
Sterling
Artist
Phillip Sanchez, Navajo

 

King's Manassa Turquoise - This mine, located in Conejos County, Colorado, is best known for its brilliant greens and golden and brown non-webbed matrices, but blue and blue-green stone is found there as well. The mine is east of the town of Manassa and was originally mined by Ancestral Pueblo peoples. It was rediscovered in 1890 by gold prospector I.P. King, and his descendants still work the claim.

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Phillip Sanchez - Navajo Sterling Silver
King's Manassa Turquoise Pendant
with 18" Sterling Silver Chain

NP500 - $270 SOLD

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Authentic Navajo  Sterling Silver Manassa Turquoise pendant

Generous 3/8" bail opening lets you wear this pendant with a chain, calble, collar or beads.

Authentic Navajo  Sterling Silver Manassa Turquoise pendant

Comes with 18" sterling silver flat bicycle chain.

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