Turquoise gets its hue depending on the concentration of minerals in the ground around it.The unique pale shade of Dry Creek turquoise jewelry is due to an unusual lack of heavy metals in the surrounding area. The pale turquoise sourced for our jewelry is from deposits that were discovered outside of Austin, Nevada, in the 1990s.
Rare, Creamy Turquoise
Dry Creek Turquoise is famous for its creamy, pastel blue shades and golden-brown veins. Its one-of-a-kind color palette, unusual hardness, and unique shininess makes Dry Creek turquoise jewelry some of the most valuable and rare on the market.
Our turquoise jewelry features these authentic creamy stones in dramatic cuffs, statement rings, and striking belt buckles. Complemented by intricate Navajo silverwork, our line of Dry Creek turquoise jewelry highlights the natural splendor of these definitive stones.
Working with Native American Tribes
At Southwest Silver Gallery, we offer unmatched designs from award-winning Native American artists that hail from regions around New Mexico and Arizona. Our goal is to share the beautiful culture of our local Native American tribes through our selection of unique, authentic jewelry.
We curate our selection of Dry Creek turquoise jewelry with the help of expert jewelers from local Navajo, Zuni, Hopi, and Santo Domingo tribes. Most of our pieces are signed by the artist and come with a certificate of authenticity to guarantee legitimacy. If you have any questions about our genuine Native American pieces, don’t hesitate to contact us online or by phone at 1-888-476-4367.