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Posted by Dillon Hartman on Jul 3rd 2017
Looking for some good old time American Turquoise? What about some killer spiderweb Turquoise from one of the most famous Turquoise mines of all time. We be selling some of the best Turquoise on earth in cabochons, rough and jewelry. We have one of the largest collections of Number 8 Turquoise around for sale. We are sorting, cutting and setting as we speak. Keep you eyes peeled and you will be thrilled to be able to have some of the best Turquoise rough out there to cut, or the best spiderweb Turquoise cabochons to set in your jewelry, or some of the most beautiful Turquoise Jewelry from some of the top Silversmiths in the Southwest. We are so excited to bring you this Turquoise back from the good old days.
We will be selling natural Number 8 Turquoise rough, cabs and jewelry on our website, InstaGram, Facebook, and Ebay.
We will be sell natural and stabilized Number 8 Turquoise rough and cabochons at the Santa Fe Indian Market, Denver Gem and Mineral show, and the Tucson Gem and Mineral show. Please contact John Hartman at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
The Number 8 Turquoise mine is in the Lynn mining district in Eureka County, Nevada. The mine has not produced Turquoise for a number of years. The Number Eight Turquoise mine was bought up by a gold mining company that does not mine the Turquoise, nor lease out the rights to the Turquoise. There is still quite a bit of #8 Turquoise available through collections and other holdings, though much of what is left in rough is chalk material that needs to be stabilized. The best, natural spiderweb Material from the #8 Turquoise mine is rare and highly coveted today.
The color of Number 8 varies from light blue, blue with shades of green to beautiful dark blue. It is found with a black, golden, red or brown matrix. The classic look of Number Eight Turquoise is light blue with a golden brown spiderweb matrix. Most Number Eight Spiderweb Turquoise cabochons you will see in collections and jewelry will have this look. The black and red spider web Number Eight Turquoise is the rarest and most Valuable. Today Number 8 turquoise is one of the most valuable stones that can be collected and one of the most beautiful that can be used in jewelry. High-grade Number 8 turquoise is by far some of the finest Turquoise to ever have come out of Nevada.
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