Turquoise formation occurred sixty Million Years ago. Maybe millions more. In that time, Mother Earth has moved, morphed and crinkled. The good energy that combined minerals that formed turquoise are rare. That they suffer structural events is not surprising.
This particularly beautiful turquoise gemstone seems to have been involved in a number of geological events: formation, stress fracture, and fill, then compressed into a SEAMLESS gemstone. Check out the white calcite seams that buffer the turquoise and chert! Run your fingernail across the joints . . . SMOOTH! SEAMLESS! NATURAL!
Rare. Unique Beautiful. Collectible.
Richest greens of the famous mine of Pilot Mountain with a blue sea. Highly silicated gleam. Blue that pops. Top grade. Wow . . .
America’s finest natural turquoise . . . Dennis June Gallery, Scottsdale SINCE 1965