mixed turquoise braided ring {size 7.25}

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mixed turquoise braided ring {size 7.25}

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Royston turquoise (green) + Kingman turquoise (blue) both sit inside of scalloped fine silver bezels, atop a solid sterling silver backplate with handmade ball details. A braided ring band adorns the back, best fitting a US size 7.25. My maker's mark and .925 are included on the back for authenticity. A patina was added and polished to a soft, satin finish. Ring face measures a little under 1 inch in length.

The Royston mine is one of the last American mines in operation today. It comes from a district near Tonapah, Nevada. It originally consisted of four old turquoise mines: Bunker Hill, Easter Blue, Royal Blue and Oscar Wehrend. Royston is known for its beautiful colors, ranging from deep green, to rich light blues and a heavy matrix. It is some of the most prized turquoise to come out of the American Southwest. 

The Kingman Turquoise mine is one of the oldest and largest turquoise mines in the world. Nestled in the Acerbate Mountains of Arizona, Kingman was mined by prehistoric Native American tribes dating back over a thousand years. Throughout history, the Kingman Turquoise mine has always been the largest supplier to the Southwest American turquoise jewelry industry.

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