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Turquoise Pendants

Turquoise Pendants are a very popular and important symbol to the Native American culture of the American Southwest. Marvel in the beauty of a turquoise stone expertly place in a sterling silver pendant by a local artist from Navajo, Hopi, Zuni, and Santo Domingo tribes. We have stunning sleeping beauty turquoise pendants, mosaic inlay pendants, and other creative creations. 

Our Turquoise Pendant Local Artists

At Southwest Silver Gallery, we source our jewelry from artists from local Navajo, Hopi, Zuni, and Santo Domingo artists who design and create each piece through the methods and traditions passed down by their tribe over the years. Most of our turquoise pendants include the artist’s hallmark and a certificate of authenticity.

Turquoise Pendant Mines

Many of our pendants feature turquoise, a sacred gemstone that has been central to Southwest Indian jewelry for centuries. Turquoise is believed in many cultures in the Southwest - and many more across the world, throughout history - to be a holy stone that brings good fortune and health. Many cultures also consider turquoise to symbolize wealth, and this gemstone happens to be the birthstone for those born in December.

The stones we use are from quality mines, including:

If you have any questions about a specific piece, please don’t hesitate to call 1-888-476-4367 or send us a message so we can provide you with further information.