Necklace, Squash Blossom, Turquoise, #8 Mine, Hallmark, 781

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It’s been over 70 years and they are still talking about the color and quality of turquoise found in Nevada’s #8 Mine.

Double D Ranch is pleased to offer this uniquely matched #8 Mine turquoise squash blossom necklace.  Not only is this gem quality stone hard to come by, but it is extremely hard to come by in this quantity and consistency. Featuring twelve squash blossoms of powder blue stones - all set in simple, sterling silver bezels and framed in delicate twist wire. The blossoms are pointed with finely, fluted drops reminiscent of traditional revival jewelry.  Set on a double row of sterling silver beads - the blossoms graduate and taper to the neck. An additional dozen #8 Mine stones complete a fully faced stone naja. 

An investment, this timeless beauty will fit seamlessly into your wardrobe season after season and your heirs will play “rock, paper, scissors” for it.

Freddie Maloney (Navajo). Traditional; stamp work; coral. 

Marks: F M; MALONEY

A student of Harry Morgan, Freddie Maloney continues to craft his designs in the traditional Navajo Revival jewelry style. He comes from a family of silversmiths along with his brothers, Arnold and Leonard.

  • artist: Freddie Maloney
  • affiliation: Navajo
  • markings: Sterling, FM
  • materials: sterling silver, #8 Mine Turquoise
  • dimensions: 26" total length
  • naja: 3" x 3"
  • weight: 168 grams 
  • closure: hook & eye
  • condition: vintage 
  • style number: JN781
  • https://www.ddranchwear.com/pages/vintage-old-pawn-jewelry-disclaimer
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