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Nevada is the country's other major producer, with more than 120 mines which have yielded significant quantities of turquoise. Unlike elsewhere in the US, most Nevada mines have been worked primarily for their gem turquoise and very little has been recovered as a byproduct of other mining operations. Nevada turquoise  ...

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Turquoise in America was originally found by Native American Indians of the Southwestern United States. The Turquoise mines first set up in America were hand mined with primitive tools. Turquoise was originally found in New Mexico and Colorado. The earliest Turquoise Mine being in what is now known as Cerrillos, NM.

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A list of the prominent turquoise mines in America. Most of these turquoise mines are in Arizona, Nevada, Colorado, and New Mexico.

www.turquoiseguide.com/articles/turquoise/sources/united-states.htm

That is to say, turquoise is not mined for its own sake, but rather found in the " stone trash" left behind from the mining of copper. (Recall that the presence of ... One of the most beautiful turquoise stones found in the U.S., "Sleeping Beauty Turquoise" is light blue in color and has little or no matrix. This mine is still operating, ...

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This mine was one of the largest in North America and is now CLOSED. Sometimes black is added to sleeping beauty to add definition demonstrated in the below example. Sleeping Beauty Turquoise from Globe, Arizona. SLEEPING BEAUTY TURQUOISE SLIDESHOW↑. Lone Mountain aka Blue Jay Mine turquoise mine, ...

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Map of some of the major turquoise mines in the Southwest USA.

www.turquoise-museum.com/arizonaturquoisemines.htm

The Kingman mine in northwestern Arizona was one of the largest turquoise mines in North America. The terms "Kingman" or "high blue" refer to the blue color usually displayed in this stone. It has become a color standard in the industry. The mine became famous for its rounded, bright blue nuggets with black matrix.

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Dec 30, 2016 ... Turquoise has been, since about 200 B.C., extensively used by both southwestern U.S. Native Americans and by many of the Indian tribes in Mexico. ... most likely came from Alimersai Mountain in Persia (now Iran) or the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt, two of the world's oldest known turquoise mining areas.

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Feb 17, 2013 ... Turquoise mines are in the open, not underground like coal. It's hard work to get the stone, hence the price. But when you're "kissed by the sky," it's worth.