The reigning beauty of turquoise
Kingman turquoise is a world class beauty
Beneath the dry, dusty surface of the land girdling the Earth at latitudes between 29 degrees north and 39 degrees north, turquoise quietly sleeps. Within these latitudes lie Iran, Tibet, Hubei China and the American Southwest. These areas of the Earth most prolifically produce one of the world’s perennial aesthetic delights: rare, natural turquoise. And, among these select locales is the Kingman Turquoise Mine nestled in the Acerbate Mountains of Arizona, Kingman is one of the oldest and largest turquoise mines in the world. It was mined by prehistoric Native American tribes dating back over a thousand years. The beautiful, high-quality stones from this mine feature an array of green and blue shades with exquisite veining and marbleized patterns.
We’ve brought you not one, but five stones of the coveted Kingman turquoise. Here, five oval cabochons of turquoise reign from a throne of gold-finished .925 sterling silver. Please keep in mind, each stone is unique exhibiting its own unique color and matrix.
- 2 carats total weight
- (5)5x7mm Oval cut Turquoise from the Kingman TurquoiseMine in Arizona, 2/5ctw each
- Yellow gold-finished .925 sterling silver
- available in whole sizes 5-10
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