Looking for a new piece of Western jewelry that will add some flare to your style? Turquoise and silver jewelry is on trend this season, but purchasing the right piece is an investment you can enjoy year after year.
Start shopping by browsing this collection of gorgeous Western jewelry, including bracelets, earrings, and necklaces that will spice up any outfit. Since many of these pieces are handmade, there will be variations between individual items from the same maker, so your new piece will be truly unique.
Lucky Seven Sterling Bracelet
During the 19th century, the seven nails found in a horseshoe were considered lucky. Traditionally, this symbolism was represented in a vintage brooch that was worn for good luck. Embrace this tradition with Sally Lowe’s sterling silver bracelet, made of a solid silver casting from a vintage brooch mounted on an adjustable 6-inch cuff. This cuff will become your new favorite good luck charm. Shop at sallylowe.com.
Chrysocolla Cluster Bracelet
A sizable chrysocolla stone from the Congo is surrounded by a cluster of smaller stones set in sterling silver, making a magnificent bracelet. Each chrysocolla cluster bracelet varies due to the stone’s individual qualities. Western jewelry designer Laura Ingalls mounts the cluster on repurposed old leather from horse tack, giving this piece an authentic western feel. This leather and stone bracelet is the perfect fusion of old meets new. Shop at lauraingallsdesigns.com.
Big Rainbow Bracelet
Fall in love with a colorful beaded bracelet secured by a turquoise stone. The beads on this bracelet are assembled according to color, texture, and size with Adonnah Langer’s signature Chili Rose BEADZ to create an original beadwork pattern on her Peyote Bird creation. The craftsmanship evident in this piece of Western jewelry is something collectors and fashionistas alike will appreciate. Shop at pintoranch.com.
Mohave Turquoise Triangle Earrings
Add a pop of purple and pink to your outfit with handmade triangle earrings from KP Silversmithing. Mohave turquoise comes in a variety of colors including shades of blue, pink, and purple mined from Kingman, Ariz. These Southwest earrings are set in .925 sterling silver with lever-back earring wires to ensure a secure fit. Shop at kpsilversmithing.com.
Engraved Horseshoe Necklaces
Searching for a new piece of Western jewelry to bring you good luck? These antiqued silver horseshoe necklaces are hand engraved, showing off the smallest details on each pretty piece. The Mad Cow Company offers a flower cluster horseshoe or a shoe with a trio of small turquoise stones. Each necklace comes with an 18-inch adjustable chain. Shop at shopmadcownow.com.
Turquoise Beaded Hoops
Scoop up a pair of these original hoop earrings from Double M Beadwork. Each handmade pair features Kingman turquoise stones, sterling silver, and hand strung glass beads with a beautiful pattern. Individual bead designs and stones vary on each pair of earrings. Shop at doublembeadwork.com.
K Wild Jewelry Co.
K Wild offers a stunning collection of hand-curated heirloom jewelry crafted from sterling silver and unique, locally sourced turquoise stones. Intuitively created to captivate the eyes, this designer specializes in making one-of-a-kind pieces for every occasion. Shop similar collections of Western jewelry at shopkwild.com.
Turquoise Cross Necklace
This heavy sterling silver cross necklace features six gorgeous turquoise oval stones. The 22-inch chain is made from titanium pyrite stones and secured with a large gunmetal lobster clasp. Breathe Deep Designs’ turquoise cross is a timeless piece you’ll love forever. Shop at breathedeepdesigns.com.
This article about Western jewelry appeared in the Fall 2022 issue of Western Life Today. Click to subscribe!