Turquoise Pendants(264 items)
Welcome to Novica's Turquoise Pendant Collection! Please enjoy our unique turquoise pendant selection below:
Featured Reviews on Turquoise Pendants
Birthday gift to cherish.
I have a new love of composite turquoise. The design is beautiful and the green matches my green eyes. And the gemstones of garnet, citrine and peridot are absolutely beautiful. I adore my gift.Thankyou so much .
I was a little concerned that the pendant was going to be too heavy but it wasnt at all! Its light, easy to wear, and beautifully made. Thank you!
An updated classic
Green turquoise and peridot, with flashes of copper. A lovely alternative to the familiar blue classic
Neeru Goel Sterling silver and gemstone jewelry
"Collecting jewelry and gemstones has been my passion ever since childhood."
The artistry of Neeru Goel has been featured in Depth magazine.
Popular Turquoise Pendants
.925 Silver Necklace with Citrine and Composite Turquoise, "Golden Sky"$79.95
Like golden suns surrounding a mystical planet, the design of this necklace remains forever captivating. India's Shanker presents this elegant sterling silver necklace crafted with sparkling citrine and the uniqueness of composite turquoise.
.925 Sterling silver
Women's Modern Fine Silver Natural Turquoise Necklace, "Eye of the Sea"$79.99
Encased in a halo of gleaming Mexican silver, turquoise is cool and serene. The lovely blue gem evokes Mexico's three seas — the Pacific, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean. Alon Diller designs this classic handcrafted pendant, worn on a sterling silver chain.
.950 silver pendant and .925 sterling silver chain
Geometric Turquoise Pendant Necklace from Mexico, "Window of History"$44.99
Opening like a window into history, this Mexican pendant necklace is crafted of silver, featuring a circular shape with an openwork design. Working in the style of Taxco silversmithing, Oscar Figueroa Escorcia designs the necklace, elaborating the pendant with geometric designs inspired by Greek motifs. Natural turquoise inlay and black resin fills the silver motifs.
Turquoise has been a prized gem throughout time – it has been used for the ceremonial masks of the Aztecs and the burial masks of the Egyptians; as amulets by Native American; and as symbol of wealth. According to mystical lore, turquoise is the stone of friendship, said to bring good fortune to those who receive it as a unique gift from a loving friend.