Navajo Ring of sterling silver (marked) set with
high grade American spiderweb turquoise. Natural green with brown matrix. Size: 12.25. Face measures 0.87"wide. Weight: 20 grams. Light tarnish and wear. No artist marks. C. 1935.
Turquoise was a favorite of the ancient Egyptians,
Aztecs, Persians, and Chinese--and its popularity hasn't dimmed over the millennia. Here, turquoise studs have been dipped in 18-karat gold to create these brilliant, sophisticated earrings.
Victorian 14K yellow gold sweetheart double-heart brooch/pendant. Features
two Persian turquoise stones surrounded by seed pearls. The crown on the top is set with seed pearls and five one-point diamonds. Hinged loop flips up so the brooch can be worn ...