Bisbee Turquoise Specimen, Collectible Stone
In the mid 1980s Zuni Trader C.G. Wallace had a specimen of Number Eight Turquoise that was close to eight pounds. Lets take a step back and remember that this is 1980s when someone wanted a couple dollars a carat for a turquoise stone that was considered a huge price. Perry offered Wallace $10,000 for that incredible rock and was turned down, and he has never seen another close to that quality. Now over 20 years later he comes in to buy a piece of Bisbee in a trade that is high quality…
Ajax Mine Turquoise
Turquoise from the Ajax Mine in Nevada, USA. Image courtesy of Richard Shull of "Out of our Mines" www.outofourmines.com/AboutUs.html
Spiderweb Turquoise Cabochons
Natural Damali Spiderweb Turquoise Cabochons - we have just created a great new informational page on Spiderweb Turquoise Cabochons, we invite you to check it out by following this link.