Texas Trivia

The expedition led by the Spanish explorer Francisco Vasquez de Coronado, was probably the first made by white man into what is now known as the Southwest. Several centuries later, we find some of the same territory known as the Brush Country, or the Brasada, peopled with the Indians and the long-horned cattle left by the Spaniards. It was in 1716 that the Spaniards seriously began the establishment of missions and colonies in Texas. However, it was not until Texas had achieved its independence from Mexico that the territory between the Nueces River and the Rio Grande was considered a part of the State.

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SS Texas Lone Star Blue Topaz Pendant with Blue Bonnet and Rose

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SS Star Cut Blue Topaz pendant with Blue Bonnet & Rose

SS Texas Lone Star Blue Topaz Pendant

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  • SS Texas Lone Star Blue Topaz Pendant

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This is a neat necklace, it features a 9mm Lone Star Cut Blue Topaz, measures 28 x 29mm (1.10 X 1.17") in Sterling Silver gold and looks great on a 2mm or smaller chain. Look close and you will see that the State Flower, the Blue Bonnet is represented. So if you think you're gal is in need of a flower that's going to last pretty much forever...this might be it! (also comes in 14kt yellow gold)

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