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Add some color and character to your outfit with this stunning Kingman turquoise pendant. This unique piece of Native American jewelry was crafted by Navajo artist M. Linkin using three sections of high-quality turquoise stones.
Kingman turquoise is one of the most sought-after varieties of turquoise in the world. It comes from the Kingman mine in Arizona and has a wide range of colors and patterns. Some stones are pure blue, while others have a mix of blue and green hues. Some have dark matrixes, while others are clear and smooth. The value of Kingman turquoise can vary from a few dollars to thousands of dollars per stone.
The stones in this pendant are carefully selected to match each other in color and matrix. They have a beautiful contrast of dark and light shades that create a striking effect. I love these stones for their fantastic personality. The pendant is made of sterling silver and has a large bail that can accommodate nearly any chain or beads you choose to wear it with.
This pendant is more than just a piece of jewelry; it’s a work of art that highlights the skill and creativity of Navajo culture. It’s also a terrific way to show your appreciation for genuine turquoise and its natural beauty.
This pendant measures 3 1/4" long and 5/8" wide. It is stamped with “M. Linkin” and “sterling” on the back. The chain shown in the picture is not included.