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Chaco Canyon Square Kingman Turquoise Thunderbird Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet

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$249.90
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Overview & Details

Chaco Canyon Square Kingman Turquoise Thunderbird Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet
Fight or flight? You're only in fashion to win it. Let this sleek Native American thunderbird design cuff be your guiding light when it comes to taking chances — even on a classic like Kingman turquoise. It's ready-set-going places from this day forth.

Design Information

  • Cuff has a thunderbird design with a bezel-set, square Kingman turquoise cabochons
  • Tapered band

Good to Know
  • Moisture, skin oils and environmental factors can change the color of turquoise jewelry if left untreated. But stabilizing turquoise helps preserve the stone's normal color. Natural, mined turquoise nuggets are heated at a very low temperature for about a week, slowly drawing out moisture without damaging the texture. The stones are then placed into acrylic or polymer chemicals to replace water molecules. This stabilizes the stone and keeps its beauty and value intact.

  • Due to the composition and natural properties of mined gemstones, the product image may show slight differences to the actual stone in color saturation, tone, hue or other gemstone characteristics such as phenomena, color banding and color matrix.

 

  • Gemstones and pearls are sometimes treated to enhance their natural beauty. To learn more and find out about care instructions see details.

 

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Size Choices: S/M or M/L
Measurements: S/M approx. 6-1/2"L x 1-3/16"W; fits 5-1/2" to 6-1/2" wrist M/L approx. 7"L x 1-3/16"W; fits 6-1/2" to 7" wrist
Metal Type: Sterling Silver
Metal Color: White
Metal Stamp: .925
Finish: Oxidized, polished
Additional Features: Handcrafted
Country of Origin: USA
Packaging: Boxed

Stone Information (all sizes and weights approximate)

Stabilized Blue Kingman Turquoise: Square (5mm); mined in USA

Reviews

Chaco Canyon Square Kingman Turquoise Thunderbird Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet
3 reviews 4.7 out of 5

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  • Very pretty

    The cuff is great. It's shiny and the turquoise is a good color--not too much turquoise but lots of silver! It is not a heavy cuff but it definitely looks substantial. This looks contemporary, not like a vintage piece. I'm pleased w the purchase and would recommend. The SM size adjusts quite a bit, so try it rather than wait for a L.

    irishlass871, CA
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  • Proud addition to my turquoise collection

    This bracelet is very well made and I love the design. The sterling is weighty and the turquoise stones are a bright blue. Thank you to the jewelry artist who designed and handcrafted this divine piece of jewelry. I will wear it with pride for many years and thank you Chaco Canyon for bringing this to HSN !!!!

    AllieGirl, CA
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  • Thunderbird

    I had to return the first one as it was damaged. Replacement one is good, The bracelet is lighter weight than most of my Chaco Canyon bracelets that is disappointing and does not seem to be up to he quality of my other ones, but still is nice and different. Glad it came in a small size to choose from. I have a 6" wrist.

    gaitedhorses, CA
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Chaco Canyon Southwest Jewelry

Delve into the culture and heritage of Native American peoples with handcrafted jewelry from Chaco Canyon. Created in the Southwest region of the United States, this emblematic collection features silver and gemstone jewelry that symbolizes the spirituality of Native American artisans and silversmiths.