2021 NRA Women's Leadership Forum Auction Spotlight: Easter Blue Turquoise Sterling Silver Pendant

Support the Second Amendment while sporting this unique handmade pendant.

by posted on August 23, 2021
Turquoise Pendant

The NRA Women’s Leadership Forum Luncheon & Auction is taking place at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Houston. However, even if you can’t make it to the event, you can still participate in the auction! The NRA is the last line of defense when it comes to protecting our Second Amendment freedom; all proceeds directly ensure that the NRA has every tool in its toolkit to keep on fighting every battle.

One item that up for bid is the Easter Blue Turquoise Sterling Silver Pendant handmade by Peggy Houchin. Peggy is known for her jewelry designs and artistry, specializing in custom and bespoke jewelry.

The gorgeous stone seen here was found in the Easter Blue mine near the Royston mining district in central Nevada. Discovered in 1907, the mine was last actively worked in the 1930s, which makes any piece of Easter Blue Turquoise more valuable. Easter Blue produced a high-quality turquoise, mostly blue to blue-green with a heavy matrix ranging from dark brown to gold in color.

If you love western fashion, firearms and one-of-a-kind jewelry, this turquoise pendant is for you. You’ll be able to cherish this piece for a lifetime. Find more sneak peek auction items and register to bid here! If you’re interested in attending the auction in person, find your tickets here.

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