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The Blue Creek Turquoise Mine is located in the Candelaria Hills mining region of Nevada. This mine produces a beautiful blue-green spiderweb turquoise and varascite in large vein and wafers. This mine shares a mountain side with the Otteson's Broken Arrow mine. We particularity like the blue with white spiderweb  ...


A listing of all the Turquoise mines in Nevada in alphabetical order from A-C every Turquoise mine in Nevada with pictures.


Nevada Outback's complete listing of the classic Nevada turquoise mines that produce natural gem spiderweb blue and green turquoise gems, which are used in Silver and Gold Gem Turquoise Jewelry, Custom Jewelry Art, Nevada mines Austin variscite chalcosiderite faustite, Royston, Carico Lake, McGuinness Mine, Red ...


Nevada has exceptional opportunities for rockhounds to go out and collect a variety of different gems and minerals. The most popular (and valuable) minerals commonly mined in Nevada include opals and turquoise. Here are a few areas where to public can go and dig: ...


Tours are held April through October on Wednesday and Saturday between the hours of 10:00am and 2:00pm, excluding holidays. Meet at the Mizpah Hotel in Tonopah, Nevada. Call in advance. You can also contact Donna Otteson at the number below to arrange special group or individual tours. We expect at least a two ...


Royston Turquoise Mine - Day Tours, Tonopah: See 11 reviews, articles, and 12 photos of Royston Turquoise Mine - Day Tours, ranked No.7 on TripAdvisor among 14 attractions in Tonopah.


Nevada is host to the most turquoise claims in any state in America, and to my knowledge has the greatest number of turquoise claims of any one location in the world. Nevada's Turquoise Deposits vary greatly from those in Arizona, rather than turquoise being the biproduct of a large copper mining operation, in Nevada  ...


From their web site: Royston Turquoise comes from the Royston mining district located near Tonopah, Nevada. “Royston Turquoise,” originally consisted of four old Turquoise claims: Bunker Hill, Easter Blue, Oscar Wehrend, and Royal Blue. Lynn Otteson moved to Tonopah to mine Royston Turquoise in 1958 and the family ...


Nevada is rich with turquoise mines. From small hat mines like the X-15 prospect and the Lander Blue to the larger producers like the Blue Gem, Lone Mountain, Nevada Blue, Easter Blue, Candelaria and the Indian Mountain mine. Here we offer cabochons from a number of different Nevada turquoise mines.