A handmade necklace of graduated Kingman turquoise rodelles and tear drop stones.
This is a boutique piece, meaning it's of high quality and well finished, but it's not traditional in style.
The Kingman Mine is located in Mohave County in western Arizona. The matrix of most Kingman turquoise has produced some of the most stunning and unique nuggets of turquoise in the entire Southwest.
Because of this and the color, Kingman is one of the more expensive turquoise, and the most popular among top-shelf artists.
In Native American jewelry, turquoise is a stone that symbolizes protection, success and heath.
Handmade by Master Navajo artist Eunice Begay.
32 inches long