Turquoise Pendants(263 items)
Welcome to Novica's Turquoise Pendant Collection! Please enjoy our unique turquoise pendant selection below:
Featured Reviews on Turquoise Pendants
I ordered this bracelet as a gift for a good friend that has always been particularly difficult to buy for. She absolutely loved it! It was more beautiful than I even expected and very reasonably priced. Great purchase!
Just as lovely as it looks
Very pleased with this necklace! The stones are as bright as promised and the chain is attractive as well.
A Beautiful Necklace!
This is such a beautiful necklace and I intend to wear it a lot. It also has a very nice chain. I recommend this to anyone who is thinking about it.
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
Kanji Sterling Silver Birthstone Necklace, "Kanji"$59.95
are characters used in Chinese writing. As early as the sixth century A.D., many of these characters began to be simplified and adopted into Japanese writing, where they're known as , a term that is more widely used in the West. Artisans in Yiwu, China, create these pendants by using sterling silver and the lost-wax casting method. Each character emulates the sweeping brushstrokes of traditional calligraphy. Choose based on birth month, favorite color, or simply the symbol that resonates with you most.
January: Garnet/Beauty, February: Amethyst/Generosity, March: Blue Topaz/Affection, April: White Quartz/Love, May: Green Quartz/Sweetness, June: White Pearl/Longevity, July: Carnelian/Perfection, August: Peridot/Purity, September: Iolite/Protection, October: Pink Tourmaline/Happiness, November: Citrine/Artistry, December: Turquoise/Imagination.
Sterling Silver and Reconstituted Turquoise Necklace, "Chelonia Turtle"$97.99
Symbol of patience and wisdom, a chelonian turtle centers this fascinating necklace by Nyoman Rena. It is crafted by hand of sterling silver with elaborate detail, featuring a reconstituted turquoise shell to resemble the green hue that makes Chelonia turtles unique.
.925 Sterling silver
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.