ANA 1347 Navajo 7-stone Heart bracelet

$799.00

Navajo 7 stone “HEART” bracelet.Kingman “Spider-web” turquoise is used for this heart shaped center stone. It measures 1/2″ x 1/2″. The other stones taper out from this stone and measure 1/2″, 3/8″ & 1/4″ round and oval shells and stones. . Set in solid sterling silver. This bracelet has 5 1/2″ inside measurement with a 1  1/4″ opening, this is size is very standard and will fit most wrist. This bracelet may also be adjusted. Please contact us with any questions you may have.

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NAVAJO  7  STONE ” HEART ” BRACELET


Kingman Turquoise (HEART STONE & OVAL STONES)

The Kingman mine in northwestern Arizona was one of the largest turquoise mines in North America. The terms “Kingman” or “high blue” refer to the blue color usually displayed in this stone. It has become a color standard in the industry. The mine became famous for its rounded, bright blue nuggets with black matrix. Few turquoise mines produced nuggets, especially of this quality. Old natural Kingman Turquoise is rare. The Colbaugh’s own this mine and the Turquoise Mountain mine, their company name is Colbough Processing. They have recently gone back into the section of the Kingman mine and are digging and bringing some new Natural Kingman Turquoise.

Spiny Oyster shell (ORANGE & PURPLE)

Living Spondylus shells are, indeed, very spiny, but the polished product looks very smooth, with some of its color variation strongly resembling that of the Blood Oyster. The resemblance is strong enough that it’s important to ask, when purchasing these materials, if they’re from Blood Oyster or Spiny Oyster. Artists often use Spiny Oyster as a substitute for Blood Coral. Although not nearly as rare as the Blood Coral or Rose Coral, divers collect Spiny Oyster by hand, making the work laborious and relatively expensive, with some risks.

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