Varieties of Turquoise
Turquoise Has a Rich History.
Turquoise can be found all over the world. From China to New Mexico, the vibrant shades of Turquoise have influenced cultures for thousands of years. With shades ranging from sky blue to teal green, the richness and versatility of turquoise makes it a favorite for pieces at Prickly Peach Jewelry.
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The rich sky blue color of Kingman Turquoise is unlike anything else. The presence of copper is what creates this tranquil turquoise hue, making Kingman Turquoise a popular gemstone. The Kingman Turquoise mine is the last commercial turquoise mine in the United States, and tools found from 600 AD indicate that it may have been the first. The best quality Kingman Turquoise is harder and rarer to find, but overall Kingman Turquoise is the most prevalent turquoise for sale in North America.
Rich sky blue to deep green, Royston Turquoise gemstones come in an incredible range of turquoise hues. Many Royston Turquoise are unique in that they display multiple shades of blue-green turquoise in addition to bold webbing ranging from dark brown to gold. The vivid colors in this turquoise along with its unique pattern creates a beautifully dramatic stone. We love using authentic Royston Turquoise for jewelry making, and we offer only the best genuine turquoise jewelry.
Fall in love with the gorgeous blue-green hues and heavy marbling of Royston Turquoise.
Morenci Turquoise is a North American favorite. Known for its brilliant iron pyrite webbing and beautiful blue hues, Morenci Turquoise Gemstones are rare and highly sought after. Like other varieties of American Turquoise, it is no longer being mined. Morenci Turquoise jewelry is a delicacy. It doesn’t get much cooler than beautiful turquoise blended with fool’s gold – it’s makes for a gorgeous statement piece that you’ll be crazy about. I adore real turquoise jewelry, and Morenci Turquoise is one of the treasures of the southwest.
Admire the shimmering stripes of pyrite is the gorgeous range of blues that Morenci Turquoise has to offer.
Finding Bisbee Turquoise for sale is a rare treat. Coming from Bisbee, Arizona, these unique turquoise gemstones are no longer being mined. Bisbee Turquoise jewelry comes in various shades of blue, with the hardest and rarest varieties being a brilliant blue stone with reddish-brown spider-webbing. The perfect turquoise for jewelry making, Bisbee Turquoise some of the most striking North American turquoise varieties. It’s hard to determine which turquoise is most valuable, but Bisbee Turquoise remains highly sought after, and it’s easy to see why.
Enjoy the brilliant blue shades of Bisbee Turquoise in the perfect piece of sterling silver turquoise jewelry for.
Turquoise & Aventurine Tier NecklaceRegular price $155.00Regular priceUnit price perSold out
Red Jasper and Kingman Turquoise Double Sided PendantRegular price $215.00Regular priceUnit price perSold out
Bisbee and Fire Opal Double Sided PendantRegular price $215.00Regular priceUnit price perSold out
Turquoise Statement RingRegular price $365.00Regular priceUnit price per
Everyday Tiny Purple Turquoise PendantRegular price $60.00Regular priceUnit price per
Everyday Tiny Sleeping Beauty PendantRegular price $60.00Regular priceUnit price per
Everyday Mexican Turquoise NecklaceRegular price $155.00Regular priceUnit price perSold out
Spooky Tyrone Turquoise Eyeball RingRegular price $125.00Regular priceUnit price per