Bisbee Turquoise Cabochons Squash Blossom Jewelry Set 20 Stones 232ct 0036

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Real Bisbee Turquoise
Bisbee, AZ
Product Type:
Cabochons Squash Blossom Jewelry Set
Number of Stones:
20 Stone Set
232 carats total
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Sold as:
Complete set of 20 cabs

Bisbee Turquoise Cabs Squash Blossom Necklace Jewelry Set 20 Stone Cabochon Set 232 ct.

Right here is a rare opportunity, what a find! Bisbee Turquoise Cabochons pre-matched as a squash blossom jewelry set complete with earrings and 3 stone bracelet. The host rock that Bisbee Turquoise forms within is beautiful, and this has always been part of what makes Bisbee Turquoise so beloved. That host rock is on full display in these stones, a rich and smokey backdrop from which the bright nodules of Turquoise call out. Together the Turquoise hues and the dark purplish grey and tan create a undeniably sophisticated and alluring color scheme that is the high art of mother earth's creations. How did we get Bisbee Turquoise when the mine has been closed for almost 50 years? These stones were cut from Bisbee Turquoise that was painstakingly hand picked through vast piles of mine tailings left in Bisbee for years. Keep in mind that these don't have to used as a squash blossom necklace, they are put together by one of our Navajo jewelers this way, but they can be divided and re-paired to become whatever kind of jewelry that the heart desires. Let's get into some of the facts. Altogether, these 20 cabochons weigh 232 carats total including a thin backing. The earrings are about 19mm tall by 12mm wide. The center stone on the Naja is 29mm x 21mm. The center stone on the bracelet is 32mm x 15mm. The two smallest stones of the set, on the ends of the Naja, are 16mm x 9mm and 15mm x 9mm. Bisbee Turquoise is the stone everybody wants and can't have, until now. Don't let this chance for real Bisbee Turquoise Cabochons Jewelry Set pass you by.

Priced per complete set of 20 stones, 232 carats, $3 per carat.