Carico Lake Turquoise Natural Spiderweb Cabochon 9.2 CTS High Grade Free Shipping
This Carico Lake Natural Turquoise Cabochon is unbacked.
Weighs 9.2 Ct.
Measures approximately 20.5 mm, by 14.9 mm, by 4.5 mm
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Carico Lake turquoise mine is on a dried up lake bed in a high, cool area of Lander County, Nevada. Its clear, iridescent, spring green color is due to its zinc content and is highly unique and collectible. It is hard material. This mine is also known to produce rare psuedomorph clams that are filled with turquoise.
The less common lime green turquoise which is suspect to actually be predominately faustite, is very valuable due to it scarcity and demand.
Carico Lake turquoise can also be found in a dark blue-green color with a black or brown, spider web matrix.
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I use extreme measures to accurately photograph the cabochons I sell. I have tried my best to capture the cabochon's true colors. Unfortunately digital photography has its limitations when it comes to hues in the blue and green spectrums. There are also color variations between computer monitors. In most cases the cabochon color is better in person.