Tyrone Turquoise Blue Natural Gem High Grade Cabochon 10.8 CTS Free Shipping
This Rare Gem High-Grade Tyrone Natural Turquoise Cabochon is simi-backed.
Weighs 10.8 Ct.
Measures approximately 17.4 mm, by 16.8 mm, by 17 mm and 5mm thick
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Tyrone Turquoise is from the Tyrone mine, it was associated with the copper mine operations southwest of Silver City, New Mexico. However, turquoise has not been retrieved from that mining operation since the early 1980's when Phelps Dodge changed its method of copper ore processing to crushing and acid wash. That method destroys any turquoise in the copper ore. The Tyrone turquoise in new jewelry is from private stashes. It is medium brilliant blue in its high grade form. Tyrone turquoise is part of the mineral band that starts east of Silver City and curves around through Arizona and the Morenci turquoise mine area into Mexico. Today it is valued for both its beauty and rarity.
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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.