Take a look through your jewelry box. Do you find a necklace or two, or more, that you love, but never wear? Maybe it doesn’t lay correctly on your collar bone, or reaches just the wrong spot on that one dress it matches. Perhaps you love the look of it, but wish it were shorter – or longer. And remember, different necklace lengths fall differently on men than on women, and even on different .
Jewelry-making is a tradition of people-groups around the globe. Native Americans are long famous for stunning handmade adornments. Known world-wide for their use of the silver-turquoise combination, American Indians have been making jewelry since ancient times, using the natural elements around them. Sterling silver was incorporated into their craft in the 1800’s when the Spaniards came. The paired silver and turquoise has been appreciated and worn as adornment for nearly two hundred years. .