Squash Blossom Necklace Set
This authentic Native American Squash Blossom was handmade by Navajo artist Thomas Francisco. The back is stamped with his hallmark "Thomas Francisco", his arrow insignia, and a Sterling Silver designation. The necklace is 27" in length. The french hook earrings are 2.5" long. This piece features stunning Royston Turquoise that fades from a deep green to a light blue throughout.
Royston turquoise is recognizable for its high variations of color and character. Royston Turquoise often displays a heavy golden brown to dark brown matrix. These stones are mined in remote desert areas near Tonopah, Nevada.
This piece is guaranteed 925 Sterling Silver, and is etched or stamped with an insignia indicating the 925 silver content if the piece is large enough to be marked. In addition to working directly with reputable and established artists, our in-house silversmith routinely checks our inventory with random acid testing. This testing ensures that the 925 content of our jewelry is solid Sterling Silver and never plated.
The artist chemically oxidized this Sterling Silver piece to give it an antique patina. Antiquing in this manner is a very time consuming process that requires patience and skill. Oxidized pieces are popular because they offer a vintage look and require no polishing or special care. Unlike naturally oxidized pieces, the antique finish is permanent, clean, and uniform.
The pinnacle of Navajo and Southwestern Native American jewelry is the Squash Blossom Necklace. These statement pieces are made of Sterling Silver beads interspersed with stylized "squash blossoms" and a pendant, or naja, hung from the center of the necklace.The flowers closely resemble the closed squash blossom flower which represents rebirth and endless possibilities. The naja, which resembles an upside-down horseshoe, completes the design. The naja design origin was influenced by traditional Spanish horse halters.
This piece was handmade by a member of the Navajo American Indian tribe. The Navajo Nation is a territory that covers 18 million acres and extends across 3 states of the southwestern United States. This land is home to 350,000 indigenous people, most of whom struggle to find resources and opportunity in this sparsely populated area of extreme desert terrain. Fortunately, the Navajo have a rich artistic culture that has been passed down to each generation. Navajo tribe artists began to develop their jewelry making techniques in the 1850's. Today, over half of all Navajo families have at least one family member producing handmade art for sale. We are proud to support these artists by developing collaborative projects that provide employment through the artistic expression of their culture.
Timberline Traders is a family owned company in business since 2001. Just as each piece is handmade, each shipment is processed and packed by hand. Our pieces are never drop shipped or fulfilled by an outside provider. Our mission is to simplify, demystify, and modernize your personal discovery of American Southwest jewelry while providing an amazing customer experience. Thank you for your business!
Stone Color: Blue to green with high variations of color and character
Matrix: Golden Brown to Dark Brown
Mine Area: Tonopah, NV, USA
Mine Status: Active but in limited quantities
Celebrity Squash Blossom Style
Sterling Silver Certification
Sterling Silver Certification
Our jewelry is guaranteed 925 Sterling Silver. We work directly with reputable and established artists, and all pieces are given a final inspection by our own in-house silversmith. Each piece is stamped with a Sterling Silver designation by the artist. In addition, we exceed the industry standard by performing our own random alloy content testing. Our pieces are never drop-shipped or fulfilled by an outside provider.
We want you to love your purchase! If you are not completely satisfied with a product for any reason, you may return it within 30 days of the original purchase date for an exchange or refund.
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Easy Return and Exchanges
3 Step Easy Return/Exchange
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Step 1: Contact us by email or live chat for a Return Merchandise Authorization number
Step 2: Make sure the item is in its new, original condition and pack it securely
Step 3: Include the RMA number with the item and ship to the following address:
Timberline Traders, 706 West 15th St., Chandler, OK 74834
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Our pieces are shipped free through USPS mail and generally arrive within 8 -10 days. If you require expedited or international shipping, please contact us by Live Chat or email and we will try to accommodate your request.
Payment Options / Layaway
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Easy 3-Step Layaway Plan
Free on items over $200
Step 1: Email or live chat to let us know you are interested in a payment plan. Include the amount of time you need to pay (6 months is standard).
Step 2: We will send you an email invoice for a 20% deposit to secure your layaway. You may pay this amount by credit card directly in the email.
Step 3: We will email a payable invoice to you on the dates of your choosing. When your layaway payments are complete, we wil ship the piece out to you at no charge.
About Our Company
Timberline Traders was founded in 2001 by Todd and Amy Fanning
Todd Fanning is a second generation Native American art dealer who worked in the western apparel industry before starting his own company. He learned the trade through his parents who owned a retail Native American jewelry store in scenic Ruidoso, New Mexico. Todd is an accomplished silversmith who serves as our primary buyer and quality inspector. He enjoys searching for talented Native American artists and bringing innovation into the industry. (Be sure to check out our new selection of Native American Apple Watch Bands).
Amy Fanning is an attorney and self-professed "computer geek" with a passion for entrepreneurship. Amy is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma College of Law. She practiced family law before joining Todd as the Business Manager of Timberline Traders. She remains an active member of the Oklahoma Bar Association. Amy recognized that Native American artists could benefit from mainstream advancements in technology and marketing. Amy's goal is to use the power of the internet to bring an appreciation of Native American jewelry and culture to a new generation.
Ryan Fanning, son of Todd and Amy, is a third generation Native American jewelry dealer. A natural salesman since birth, he has already begun to carve out his own entrepreneurial path.
Please view the "About Us" page of our website for videos and more information, and thank you for supporting our family and our business!
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