Turquoise Treasures: 5 Wardrobe Essentials in the WLF Auction

If you are a fan of this color, this assortment of stunning items will brighten your entire wardrobe.

by posted on May 17, 2022
Nra Wlf Auction Turquoise Items

The highly anticipated NRA Women’s Leadership Forum Luncheon and Auction will take place on May 27, 2022 at the NRA Annual Meeting and Exhibits in Houston. With Virginia’s Lieutenant Governor Winsome Earle-Sears speaking, it’s a can’t-miss event. However, if you are unable to attend, don't let that stop you from bidding on the many amazing auction items, as you need not be present to win. All of the proceeds for this year's auction are earmarked for NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action (ILA), the branch of the NRA dedicated to fighting for pro-Second Amendment legislation.

Here's how to get in on the action, even if you won't be able to attend the event in person: Text nrawlf to 56651 to register for the NRA Women’s Leadership Forum Online Auction—and please note that this auction is open to everyone, not just women! The auction can also be accessed on your computer or laptop by visiting nrawlf.muradbid.com. Again—you need not be present to win. The auction runs from 12 p.m. noon Central Time May 13, 2022 – 1 p.m. Central Time May 27, 2022.  

While there are many unique wardrobe items up for bid this year, a number of them are standouts, particularly for NRA Women. If you are a fan of turquoise—both the stone and the color—we've gathered an assortment of eye-catching items that will be sure to brighten any wardrobe. The recipients of these stunning accoutrements will be considered the most fortunate of all the NRA Women's Leadership Forum auction bidders. Check them out here and start placing your bids!

Item #415 — Turquoise Suede Fringe Jacket 
This beautiful southwestern jacket will be the perfect addition to blue jeans for everyday or that little black dress for special occasions. Turquoise leather with fringe accents makes any outfit special!!! Size 12/14. Donated by: Janet Nyce

Item #426 — Turquoise Monik Sombrero Sombreros Hat 
Monik Sombreros
creates a turquoise topper with pizazz and class. Hand painted leaf design on top and underneath the brim. Felt fabric. Size Large. Donated by: Norma Plitt

Item #502 — Smith & Wesson/WLF Tiffany Bracelet 
Tiffany is the ultimate in classic design with their sterling silver bracelet. This bracelet has the special WLF charm for added fun. 7". Donated by: Marsha Petrie Sue

Item #504 — Whitewater Turquoise Pendant with Sterling Silver Adjustable Chain 
This pendant is part of Peggy Houchin’s collection of Petroglyph People. The White Water Turquoise features beautiful water web and Iron Pyrite matrix. The material comes in a three shades for the most part, a true baby blue, turquoise blue, and a blue green. White Water Turquoise is highly coveted for its beautiful water web matrix with natural inclusions of silver colored Iron Pyrite. It come with an adjustable 30” sterling silver chain. Donated by: Peggy Houchin

Item #512 — Faceted Turquoise Bead Necklace 
Turquoise represents wisdom, good fortune and hope. Ancient people believed in its profound power to protect as well as to impart tranquility to the wearer. Turquoise is the first stone ever to be mined by a civilization. This mining practice originated in Egypt's Sinai peninsula around 6000 BC. Turquoise also is considered sacred to the indigenous people of the American Southwest. Beautiful blue faceted beads, 10" with diamond pave and silver clasp. Donated by: Nancy and Betsy Brantley



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