Mens Turquoise Bracelets make excellent jewelry accessories because of the gorgeous color of the gemstone Turquoise as also due its highly beneficial properties. Turquoise is believed to bring strength & good fortune. It is also understood to help overcome illness.

Navajo Native American Lapis Turquoise Inlay Bracelet by Etsitty Navajo Native American Turquoise Bear Bracelet by Merle House Navajo Native American Turquoise Inlay Bracelet by Charlie Bowie and Lester James
Navajo Native American Lapis Turquoise Inlay Bracelet by Etsitty Navajo Native American Turquoise Bear Bracelet by Merle House Navajo Native American Turquoise Inlay Bracelet by Charlie Bowie and Lester James

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Turquoise acquired its name from the Turks. Turks were the Levantine traders who brought the stone from Persia via Turkey to Europe hundreds of years ago. Native Americans have cherished turquoise since the time of the Aztecs, who mined it in New Mexico. The natural variations that arise in turquoise enhance their allure & appeal.

Mens Turquoise Bracelets crafted by Navajo Artists are particularly popular accessories and continue to remain in vogue.

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Native American Navajo Kingman Mens Turquoise Bracelets by Delford Yazzie
Native American Navajo Kingman Mens Turquoise Bracelets by Delford Yazzie

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The Navajo of the Southwestern United States are the largest federally recognized tribe of the United States of America. The Navajo Nation constitutes an independent governmental body, which manages the Navajo Indian reservation in the Four Corners area of the United States. The states with the largest Navajo populations are Arizona and New Mexico.

Ron Bedonie, Morenic Turquoise, Sterling Cuff, Incredible Size, Navajo Ron Bedonie, Wide Sterling Silver Cuff, Ithaca Peak Turquoise, Navajo
Ron Bedonie, Morenic Turquoise, Sterling Cuff, Incredible Size, Navajo Ron Bedonie, Wide Sterling Silver Cuff, Ithaca Peak Turquoise, Navajo

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The first Navajo Jewelry was crafted by Atsidi Sani around 1865. Atsidi Sani was a Navajo Blacksmith who admired the Silver Trappings the Spaniards & their horses were ornamented with when they came to this area in their pursuit for Silver & Gold. Atsidi learned to work Silver from the Spaniards and began making Silver Concho’s, adornments and the foremost Navajo Jewelry.

Navajo Native American Mine Turquoise Bracelet Genuine Turquoise & Coral Men's Bracelet
Navajo Native American Mine Turquoise Bracelet Genuine Turquoise & Coral Men’s Bracelet

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The Navajo had formerly been trading for Turquoise as well as Turquoise Beads from the Santo Domingo Indians of the Rio Grande region. Turquoise was probably first set into Navajo Jewelry by the early 1880’s and by 1885 Navajo Turquoise Jewelry was highly in demand.

Native American Navajo Kingman Turquoise Bracelet by Delbert Alviso Harry Spencer Extra Gorgeous Mens Turquoise Bracelets Extra Gorgeous and Heavy and Sturdy Built Mens Turquoise Bracelet
Native American Navajo Kingman Turquoise Bracelet by Delbert Alviso Harry Spencer Extra Gorgeous Mens Turquoise Bracelets Extra Gorgeous and Heavy and Sturdy Built Mens Turquoise Bracelet

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The Navajo Turquoise & Silver Jewelry trade flourished and became a booming industry with Navajos crafting Jewelry within their homes as also for Jewelry manufacturing units run by white men. Navajo Jewelry became a key industry throughout Southwest.

Sterling Silver Carico Lake Turquoise & Coral Bracelet By Freddie Maloney

Sterling Silver Carico Lake Turquoise & Coral Bracelet By Freddie Maloney

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Navajo Jewelry continues to remain in vogue & in great demand even today. Navajo Jewelry is appreciated worldwide and tourists flock to the great Southwest to buy Silver and Turquoise Jewelry as also for sight-seeing. Navajo Jewelry plays an important role in the history of the American Western Frontier and is an inseparable part of the American Heritage.

Ron Bedonie, Bracelet, Two Number Eight Turquoise Stones, Silver, Navajo Navajo Native American Lapis Turquoise Inlay Bracelet by Etsitty
Ron Bedonie, Bracelet, Two Number Eight Turquoise Stones, Silver, Navajo Navajo Native American Lapis Turquoise Inlay Bracelet by Etsitty

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Navajo Native American Turquoise Lab Opal and Lapis Inlay Bracelet by Charlene Yazzie By Navajo Artist Virgil Reeder Beautiful! Sterling-silver Story Teller Mens Or Womens Bracelet
Navajo Native American Turquoise Lab Opal and Lapis Inlay Bracelet by Charlene Yazzie By Navajo Artist Virgil Reeder Beautiful! Sterling-silver Story Teller Mens Or Womens Bracelet

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Unisex Coral Turquoise Lapis Lazuli Silver-Tone White Metal Yoga Clasp Cuff Bracelet Navajo Native American Tiger Eye Inlay Bracelet by Calvin Peterson
Unisex Coral Turquoise Lapis Lazuli Silver-Tone White Metal Yoga Clasp Cuff Bracelet Navajo Native American Tiger Eye Inlay Bracelet by Calvin Peterson

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Navajo Native American Green Kingman Turquoise Bracelet by Leonard James

Navajo Native American Green Kingman Turquoise Bracelet by Leonard James

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Ron Bedonie, Large Kingman Turquoise, Sterling Silver, Navajo, Signed

Ron Bedonie, Large Kingman Turquoise, Sterling Silver, Navajo, Signed

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