White Buffalo Turquoise Black and White Natural Stone Sterling Silver Pendant on 18" Sterling Silver Chain
White Buffalo Turquoise Black and White Natural Stone Sterling Silver Pendant on 18" Sterling Silver Chain
White Buffalo Turquoise Black and White Natural Stone Sterling Silver Pendant on 18" Sterling Silver Chain
White Buffalo Turquoise Black and White Natural Stone Sterling Silver Pendant on 18" Sterling Silver Chain
White Buffalo Turquoise Black and White Natural Stone Sterling Silver Pendant on 18" Sterling Silver Chain
White Buffalo Turquoise Black and White Natural Stone Sterling Silver Pendant on 18" Sterling Silver Chain

White Buffalo Turquoise Black and White Natural Stone Sterling Silver Pendant on 18" Sterling Silver Chain

Regular price
$168.00
Sale price
$168.00

This is a fantastic large-size sterling silver White Buffalo Turquoise pendant, on a thin 18" sterling silver chain! It combines white turquoise with black matrix, and rare orbicular patterns. The chain is included and sold as a set with this pendant--if you need a substitution on style and length, contact us and we can substitute another chain from our Sterling Silver Chain section.

White buffalo turquoise is a unique material found in the American Southwest. It is chemically a turquoise, but lacks the heavy metal inclusions which cause color in other turquoise varieties. White buffalo turquoise is found only in one region of Nevada, and is highly prized--it should not be confused with howlite and other lower quality stones. (See the Mineral Reference section for more information.)

Locality: Nevada, USA.

Dimensions: contact us

Keywords: White buffalo turquoise is named in honor of the White Buffalo Calf Woman, a sacred woman healer central to Lakota tradition. Wholeness, spiritual connection and expansion, and connection to nature.

Care for gemstones in sterling silver jewelry: 

As with all natural stones set in silver, these jewelry pieces should be removed when taking a shower, swimming, or entering a hot springs. Water (especially hot water) can damage natural materials and even cause settings to fail. This is especially true with gemstone rings!


*Though many gems and minerals have historical and cultural associations with healing properties, these items are sold for wear in jewelry, display, study, and collector interest only.