Signed Paula Armstrong Navajo Sterling Silver 925 Malachite Pendant Bn03-070 For Sale
Native American silver jewelry has been part of American culture for hundreds of years. Antique Native American jewelry old pawn, dead pawn or Indian jewelry, comes from Native American tribes such as Navajo, Cherokee, Hopi, Zuni and various tribes throughout the southwest and other parts of the US. From gold jewelry to silver jewelry, many Native American tribal vintage jewelry pieces are handmade for both genders as men's jewelry and women's jewelry. This sale is for aSIGNED Paula Armstrong Navajo Sterling Silver 925 Malachite Pendant BN03-070 Stunning malachite inlay work by Navajo silversmith Paula Armstrong. Measures 1.40" x 1.00". Item Type: Metal Purity: 92.5% or .925Metal Type: Pendant Size: MalachiteWeight: 6.8gSKU: BN03-070 PaymentWe accept the PayPal as our form of payment. Sales TaxFor shipments to AZ addresses, we are required by State law to collect 6.3% Sales Tax. ShippingShipping is FREE! All items are safely packaged and shipped via USPS First Class Mail. Customer ServiceWe strive for excellence in customer service. If you have a question regarding an item, please feel free to send us a message via and someone will promptly answer it. We have a 30-day money-back guarantee on all items if you are unsatisfied for any reason. The Native American jewelry sold by Goldfin is authentic and may be either sterling silver 925 or silver with various stones such as turquoise, coral, abalone, onyx, opal, lapis, mother of pearl, inlay and more. Pueblo jewelry and other antique fine jewelry is currently in fashion! Whether it is a necklace, squash blossom, ring, bracelet, watch cuff, brooch, or other time of jewelry, our Native American vintage silver jewelry is sure to make a great addition to your collection! About Native American Rings The Native American Jewelry craftsmen have always had a natural ability for lapidary and a talent for crafting silver jewelry. Rings, mostly fashioned out of silver ingot were formed, stamped and adorned with turquoise, coral, jet, onyx, lapis, petrified wood, malakite and other gemstones reflecting the artists personal style. Navajo, Hopi and Zuni artists each had their own distinctive style. Using techniques such as Needlepoint, Cluster, Repousse, Stamping, Inlay and others, these Native American artists produced a trove of the finest rings. The supply of authentic vintage and old pawn Native American rings is getting less every year as items are constantly being broken up and melted for the turquoise or silver value. In the 70's when the Native American silver jewelry was the rage, collectors, investors and designers drove the prices up to high levels. About Turquoise Pueblo Indian custom says turquoise steals its blue color from the sky. Native American tribes such as the Navajo, Zuni, Hopi have used turquoise in their silver jewelry for hundreds of years. Silver Rings, bangles, cuffs, concha belts, bola neckties, squash blossoms, pendants and other tribal Native American jewelry pieces have been adorned with blue turquoise, green turquoise, and together with lapis, mother of pearl, jet, onyx and coral in fine inlay work.In the early days, Turquoise was abundant and the finest specimens were used in the older items of Indian Tribal turquoise jewelry. Today, most of the mines in the American Southwest are depleted and today's Navajo, Zuni and Hopi artists use turquoise from China and Persia. One way collectors are able to find some of the old turquoise favorites such as Sleeping Beauty Turquoise, Bisbee Turquoise, Spiderweb Turquoise, Lander Blue Turquoise, Lone Mountain Turquoise, Number 8 Turquoise, Kingman, Fox, Cripple Creek is by finding an Old Pawn or Vintage Native American jewelry piece with an old gemstone.
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Signed Paula Armstrong Navajo Sterling Silver 925 Malachite Pendant Bn03-070: $60