Number 8 Turquoise Mine Natural #8 Spiderweb Turquoise Cabochon 5.8 CT Free Shipping
This Number 8 Natural Turquoise Cabochon is unbacked.
Weighs 5.8 Ct.
Measures approximately 14.9 mm, by 12.2 mm, by 4.6 mm thick
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Number 8 Turquoise mine in Eureka County north of Carlin Nevada was discovered in 1925 and first mined in 1929. The mine was closed as a result of the discovery of gold in 1976 when the Newton Gold Company claimed the area. In its prime, the Number 8 mine produced some of the largest nuggets of turquoise ever found. Since 1976 there has been no Number 8 Turquoise mined.
Number 8 Turquoise has a golden brown to black distinctive spider web matrix and unique bright powder blue green color. It is valued for its beauty and rarity.
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The Buyer is required to, and agrees to pay the return shipping charges for USPS Priority mail, Insurance, and a return signature confirmation. The signature conformation insures that I sign for the returned Item(s) and minimizes risk of a lost parcel.
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.