Get Your Own Sacred Stone
When early miners first discovered turquoise more than 7,000 years ago, it must have felt like finding drops of sky buried underground. Indeed, cultures throughout history have associated its vivid blue with the heavens, imbuing the stone with spiritual powers. Turquoise is especially sacred among Native American tribes of the Southwest. Less than 5% of turquoise mined worldwide can be set into jewelry, and only about 20 mines in the Southwest supply gem-quality turquoise.
We were fortunate enough to secure a limited supply of Arizona turquoise for our Desert Rain Turquoise Pendant. Here, a generous stabilized cabochon shows off its unique matrix in a complementary design. The 12-carat arrowhead pendant is a subtle nod to its Southwestern origins.
- 12 1/10 CTW
- Oxidized Silver-finished brass setting
- (1) fancy cut 37x13mm Turquoise
- Overall drop 2 1/4"
- Pendant width 17mm
- Height 6mm
- 9 grams
- Chain not included, Recommend #39714 18" Sterling Silver Chain