In the 70’s and 80’s, turquoise jewelry was at the height of its popularity in the fashion world. You may have even paired turquoise necklaces and rings with your bellbottom jeans or tops with shoulder pads back in the day. While turquoise jewelry isn’t quite as fashionable anymore, it still can have value. Most older turquoise jewelry is comprised of sterling silver, but many owners don’t realize because as many items were handmade, they’re often not marked as sterling silver.At Napier Gold, we pay more for turquoise jewelry than your average sterling silver item because these items are unique pieces of art with distinctive one-of-a-kind details. We’ve been buying turquoise jewelry for decades, and have seen thousands of turquoise valuables over years that we’re honored to assess and purchase from our customers.