Indian Jewelry Earrings

Vintage Sterling Old Pawn Native American Earrings Squash Blossom Turquoise

Vintage Sterling Old Pawn Native American Earrings Squash Blossom Turquoise
Vintage Sterling Old Pawn Native American Earrings Squash Blossom Turquoise
Vintage Sterling Old Pawn Native American Earrings Squash Blossom Turquoise
Vintage Sterling Old Pawn Native American Earrings Squash Blossom Turquoise
Vintage Sterling Old Pawn Native American Earrings Squash Blossom Turquoise
Vintage Sterling Old Pawn Native American Earrings Squash Blossom Turquoise
Vintage Sterling Old Pawn Native American Earrings Squash Blossom Turquoise
Vintage Sterling Old Pawn Native American Earrings Squash Blossom Turquoise
Vintage Sterling Old Pawn Native American Earrings Squash Blossom Turquoise
Vintage Sterling Old Pawn Native American Earrings Squash Blossom Turquoise
Vintage Sterling Old Pawn Native American Earrings Squash Blossom Turquoise
Vintage Sterling Old Pawn Native American Earrings Squash Blossom Turquoise

Vintage Sterling Old Pawn Native American Earrings Squash Blossom Turquoise    Vintage Sterling Old Pawn Native American Earrings Squash Blossom Turquoise

About the origin of the name squash blossom. Some say that the Navajo created the squash blossom after seeing the pomegranate design frequently used as decoration by the Spanish people, including on the buttons of the soldiers uniforms.

In parts of Spain, the pomegranate is a revered fruit; in particular, it is the heraldic symbol of the city of Granada, which is also the Spanish word for the fruit known in English as pomegranate. Others, meanwhile, believe that the squash blossom is exactly as advertiseda design taken from the flowery part of the squash plant, which, along with corn and beans, are the crops that Native Americans relied on in the Southwest.

The regulations also required the trader to tell the owner when the year was coming due, and, if the item was not reclaimed, the item went to dead pawn status, after which the trader than could sell the item to anyone. Nonetheless, it was usually in the trader's best interest not to sell items that went into dead pawn as to not offend the owner - as this would then hurt the trader's reputation in the community. The Kingman Turquoise Mine is one of the oldest and highest producing Turquoise Mines in America.

It was originally discovered by prehistoric Indians well over 1000 years ago. Kingman Turquoise is known for its beautiful sky blue color and produces many variations of blue Turquoise. The Kingman Turquoise mine also produces green Turquoise from the Turquoise Mountain side of the mine. Kingman Turquoise has been the biggest supplier of Turquoise to the Southwestern Turquoise Jewelry industry for nearly as long as the American Turquoise Jewelry industry has existed. In fact, the Kingman Turquoise mine was once part of a Turquoise boom around 1000 AD when the Mayan culture was using a lot of Turquoise for self adornments and ceremonial items.

Today, as in the old times, blue Turquoise from Kingman, Arizona is king, even though the mine produces all colors of Turquoise and green Turquoise is almost becoming blue Turquoise's equal in popularity these days. Uncommon Threads has created a new vision and ambition for my clients about themselves. It has transformed and empowered them by inspiring them to look beyond their typical daily struggle and realize they are worthy. After a styling session, I have witnessed an elevated self-esteem and a strength that only confidence can give you. All proceeds support Uncommon Threads, in Lawrence MA.

A program Family services of the Merrimack Valley, a 501c. Uncommon Threads has empowered over 1,000 struggling women by tapping into the power of clothes and image as tools for boosting self-esteem and self-worth. It all started back in 1993, when kate brosnahan spade, a former accessories editor at mademoiselle, set out to design the perfect handbag. Debuting with just six silhouettes, she combined sleek, utilitarian shapes and colorful palettes in an entirely new way. And so kate spade new york was born.

Women and fashion editors fell for the fresh, modern sensibility, and our first shop in new york city swiftly opened in 1996. In 2007, spade turned the reins to design powerhouse kate spade & company formerly known as liz claiborne, inc. Shortly after, deborah lloyd took the helm as president and chief creative officer with an aim to broaden the line while honoring our rich history. Along with ceo craig leavitt, she quickly launched clothing and jewelry collections, quickly followed by the introduction of bedding, legwear and fragrance. The item "VINTAGE STERLING OLD PAWN NATIVE AMERICAN EARRINGS SQUASH BLOSSOM TURQUOISE" is in sale since Wednesday, May 15, 2019.

This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Earrings". The seller is "familyservices_1854" and is located in Lawrence, Massachusetts.

This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Country of Origin: United States
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Material: Stone
  • Ethnic Origin: Native American
  • Featured Refinements: Vintage Turquoise Earrings
  • Main Stone: Turquoise
  • Metal: Sterling Silver
  • Brand: OLD PAWN
  • Jewelry Type: Earrings
  • Tribal Affiliation: Navajo


Vintage Sterling Old Pawn Native American Earrings Squash Blossom Turquoise    Vintage Sterling Old Pawn Native American Earrings Squash Blossom Turquoise