This beautiful Kingman turquoise necklace is handcrafted by Navajo artist Larson L. Lee. The turquoise is set in a smooth silver bezel encircled by a silver twist and hand saw cut silver designed edges
Kingman Turquoise originates from one of the largest domestic turquoise mines. It is found in a large open pit copper mine in the high desert country near Kingsman, Arizona. The bright blue stone and white matrix are the signature markings of Kingsman Turquoise.
The necklace features a large 1.375" pendant on a six-strand heishi necklace. The stone is a bright blue with a white matrix set in a sterling silver. The back is stamped with the artist name and Sterling mark.
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- Handcrafted by Navajo artist Larson L. Lee
- Sterling Silver and Kingsman Turquoise
- Pendant 1.375" long
- Necklace length 10"