New Site Explores the Origins and Continuing Popularity of Turquoise Cuff Bracelets

The new TurquoiseCuff.com takes a look at the past history and current popularity of the turquoise cuff bracelet and other authentic Native American jewelry pieces.

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True Native American jewelry is created solely with materials culled directly from the Earth, making each piece indelibly unique.

(PRWEB) March 18, 2014

While there seems to be an unprecedented level in interest in modern jewelry, the affection for Native American jewelry also appears to be on the rise. Thanks in large part to their creativity and authenticity, items such as a turquoise cuff bracelet are becoming popular in the United States and around the world.

There’s a deep and rich history associated with true Native American turquoise jewelry, and that history is being revealed on the new TurquoiseCuff.com.

“Authentic Native American jewelry, such as a turquoise cuff bracelet, is unlike any other jewelry made in the world,” said TurquoiseCuff.com spokesperson Ariel Horford. “True Native American jewelry is created solely with materials culled directly from the Earth, making each piece indelibly unique.”

TurquoiseCuff.com delves into the back story behind the fascinating piece of jewelry. The site also talks about the different styles of turquoise cuffs throughout history as well as their relevance in society today.

“The Navajo turquoise cuff watch, for example, is a growing niche in Native American jewelry,” said Horford. “Each is made to fit a specific style, which is reminiscent of simpler times. It can be said that wearing a turquoise watch cuff reminds us of our ancestors, our history, and even an appreciation of the natural world.”

Horford adds that a turquoise cuff coincides with a trend of natural looking jewelry that reminds the human spirit of better, sustainable things.

“The wild and untamed look of a turquoise watch cuff gives the wearer a little bit of country even if they are stuck in the city.”

For more about turquoise cuffs and all things turquoise jewelry, please visit TurquoiseCuff.com today.


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