Here's a fun turquoise chart showing both rough stone and cut and polished cabochons. The turquoise mines are listed next to each stone. It's so fascinating to see the variety of colors that can be produced by different turquoise mines in the Southwest!
Click the links below to view jewelry with turquoise from these particular mines:
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I have always wanted to learn about all Native American Indians how they lived how they made clothing jewelry cooked I’ve always loved turquoise every since I was little mom said my great great grandmother was full Chareekee I just think the silver and turquoise is the most beautiful jewelry ever made
I would like to learn more about the history of turquoise and the indigenous peoples of the Americas. I am a Mojave Indian.
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