BIL 300 2-Strand Necklace with 3-Stone Royston Turquoise pendant

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BIL 300 2-Strand Necklace with 3-Stone Royston Turquoise pendant


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Two strand Navajo pearl necklace with three stone pendant. Beautiful details through out. Special care was taken when crafting this piece. Each 10mm sterling silver bead is separated by a hand cut Royston turquoise bead.Additionally the artist has crafted a 3-stone pendant with different shades of Royston turquoise. The pendant is not removable. This a very unique piece that measures approximately 16″ of beads with the pendant measuring 2″ at its longest point x 1″3/8 at its widest point.

Only 1 left in stock



Royston is a district in Nevada consisting of three turquoise mines: Bunker Hill, Oscar Wehrend, and the main producer, The Royal Blue. Royston is known for its beautiful colors ranging from deep green to rich, light blues which are set off by a heavy brown matrix. The Royston mine is producing a little high grade turquoise today, operated by the Ottison family. They process most of their material into finished cabs and allow very little rough to come onto the market. This controlled output has raised the price of this material considerably in recent years.

Sterling silver

Is an alloy of silver containing 92.5% by weight of silver and 7.5% by weight of other metals, usually copper. The sterling silver has a minimum fineness of 925.

SILVER, for example 99.9% pure silver, is relatively soft, so silver is usually alloyed with copper to increase its hardness and strength. Sterling silver is prone to tarnishing, and elements other than copper can be used in alloys to reduce tarnishing, as well as casting and fire scale. Such elements include germanium, zinc, silicon and boron.

Oxidized silver ( black coloring in the silver ) is a process that many jewelers use to give sterling silver a black patina. It gives the jewelry an antique or tarnished look. The process consists of taking clean sterling silver and using a chemical (liver of sulphur) to treat it to speed up the tarnishing effect.


Additional information

Weight .5 oz

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