Turquoise Bracelets(190 items)
Welcome to Novica's Turquoise Bracelet Gallery! Please enjoy our gorgeous turquoise bracelet selection:
Featured Reviews on Turquoise Bracelets
Dragon Beauty Turquoise Cuff
This is perfect and fits my wrist perfect! I want to thank you for making such a beautiful and well made piece of jewelry. I cannot say enough good things about this piece of art. It is truly one of my favorite purchases from Novica and they are all spectacular.
I bought this for a friend, and am pleased that it arrived (early) and is very beautiful. Shell love it.
Beautifully crafted work of art for your wrist
This bracelet is even more beautiful in person! I bought it for myself but it was too big for my little wrist (51 & 105lbs) so I will give it as a gift to a lucky friend or relative.
Shanker Sterling silver and gemstone jewelry
"I started designing and crafting sterling silver jewelry and slowly, with the help of family and friends, I was able to establish myself in the field."
Popular Turquoise Bracelets
Multigem Beaded Bracelets (Set of 3) Citrine from Brazil, "Ocean Trio"$17.99
By Brazil's Joias do Rio, three beaded multi-gemstone bracelets capture all of the beautiful colors found in the ocean. Citrine, dyed chalcedony, agate, rose quartz and reconstituted turquoise adorn these creations for a complex, multicolored design. They can be worn together or separately, and stretch slightly to slip over the wrist.
Multi Gemstone Beaded Bracelet from Thailand, "Beads and Bells"$44.95
Handcrafted by Thai artisan Tiraphan Hasub, this exquisite beaded bracelet features five strands of gemstones and brass beads on brown polyester cord that culminate in a clasp of small brass bells. Brightly colored lapis lazuli, red jasper, dyed blue calcite, and composite turquoise create a striking contrast with the golden-colored brass, making this bracelet a magnificent accessory.
Glass Beaded Wrap Bracelet in Turquoise from Guatemala, "Mayan Monolith"$39.95
With inspiration from Mayan art and architecture, Cristobal Ramirez of Guatemala designs a marvelous wrap bracelet. A beautiful array of glass beads in colors of blue and turquoise are carefully strung by hand between two lengths of nylon cord that wrap the wrist, closing with a reconstituted turquoise button. Says the artisan, "Mayan architecture is a precious thing. Combining different forms and sizes, it is something precious to admire. It is incredible to think that our ancestors achieved magnificent works without imagining that today they would be the treasure of our country."
The Turquoise Bracelet
Turquoise has long been a prized gem throughout the world. In Mexico it was used by the Aztecs to adorn masks, knives and shields, as well as royal ornamentation. Oscar Figueroa preserves this millenary tradition, which is not surprising considering he comes from the legendary silver city of Taxco. His designs are inspired by Mexico's past, while others masterfully adapt modern stylizations, creating unique turquoise jewelry and cuff bracelets set in sterling silver.
Jenny Setiawan is inspired by the rich artistry of her beloved Java, which she tries to convey through every new piece, from pendants to charm bracelets. What began as a hobby soon became a vocation as friends constantly asked her to design jewelry for them. Her collections are feminine and elegant, and her turquoise bracelets and turquoise rings are designed to make the wearer feel free-spirited and beautiful.