The History and Enduring Popularity of Native American Turquoise Jewelry the Focus of New Website

The new NativeAmericanTurquoiseJewelry.net devoted to the history of Native American turquoise jewelry as well as its relevance in popular culture today.

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Native American Turquoise Jewelry
Native American turquoise jewelry’s popularity continues to flourish even in today’s modern culture.

(PRWEB) March 20, 2014

People of all cultures around the world often have sought to express themselves through art and making jewelry. Native Americans are certainly no exception and are responsible for creating some of the most beautiful works of art and jewelry ever made. Native American turquoise jewelry has a rich heritage and history that many who wear it may not even realize.

Now, a new site devoted entirely to the history of Native American turquoise jewelry and its place in popular culture today has been launched.

“Native American tribes consider turquoise to be sacred and the gemstone is highly prized and cherished,” said NativeAmericanTurquoiseJewelry.net spokesperson Alfred Warner. “Native American turquoise jewelry may represent a status symbol of wealth within the tribal community, but many others wear it to enhance their appearance or to display authentic and original pieces of artwork hand-crafted by some of the world’s most talented Native American artists.”

NativeAmericanTurquoiseJewlery.net takes an in-depth look at the origins of the incredible jewelry. It also covers the role of Native American turquoise jewelry in fashion today. The site features expert articles accompanied by high definition photos of lush and fashionable Native American turquoise jewelry.

“Native American turquoise jewelry’s popularity continues to flourish even in today’s modern culture, especially in the Southwestern part of the United States,” said Warner. “Native American turquoise jewelry adds a certain style and flair to any outfit accessorized with today’s popular trends and fashions just as it did many years ago for primitive, nomadic Native American people.”

For more information about Native American turquoise jewelry and its history, please visit NativeAmericanTurquoiseJewelry.net today.


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