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Bisbee Turquoise

Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011
Bisbee Turquoise Cabochons

Bisbee Turquoise

Bisbee Turquoise – Dillon and John Hartman have just finished cutting a great selection of Bisbee Turquoise cabochons and Dillon is putting them up online for your consideration.

Nattarika will also be putting up new Bisbee Turquoise Jewelry as we are making up many great stones into Bisbee Turquoise Pendants.

Bisbee Turquoise has a wide range of color from a beautiful light sky blue to a deep dark midnight blue which is very rare and seldom scene. Beautiful green colors are also found in Bisbee Turquoise and some rare occurrences of blue and green combinations in the same stone. Bisbee Turquoise is known for it’s chocolate brown matrix, however, red colored spider webbed matrix is also found, but rarely. For more information and photos of Bisbee Turquoise, go to our sister site: BisbeeTurquoise.com.

Bisbee Turquoise Cabochons

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

Cut Bisbee Turquoise StonesDillon and John Hartman of Durango Silver Company just completed cutting several hundred carats of Bisbee Turquoise which we will photograph and offer to other Jewelers and collectors on the Durango Silver Company website.

We have fabulous natural Bisbee Cabochons ranging in size, color and matrix configuration that Bisbee Turquoise entrepreneurs will absolutely love. This is a rare occasion to find Bisbee Turquoise for sale on the open market as the Bisbee Turquoise Mine has been closed for over 40 years and there is very little Bisbee Turquoise to be had.

Durango Silver Company has one of the largest Bisbee Turquoise collections in the world as they had purchased the balance of the Cecil Mickelson / Robert Mathews collection from the 1960′s. Robert Mathews and Brother-in-law Cecil Mickelson were partners in the only Turquoise Mining grant that was awarded by the Phillips Dodge Mining Company at Bisbee, Arizona.

For more information and the chance of a lifetime to purchase Bisbee Turquoise cabochons, go to the Durango SilverWebsite and follow the links or type in Bisbee Turquoise in the Search Box.

Also visit our sister Bisbee Turquoise website for more information and photos on Bisbee Turquoise.