A rare meeting of the mines
Two legends come together for epic jewelry
The American Southwest is steeped in legend. From untamed deserts to Wild West towns, its stories are as rich and mysterious as it’s beautiful expansive vistas. Here, we’ve ventured to two remote mines in the Southwest to join two of the region’s most legendary stones into one epic collection.
White Buffalo has a bold, captivating presence with a distinctive white background and black matrix and is named after the white buffalo–– a symbol of sacred life and abundance to Native Americans. White Buffalo is found in only one mine worldwide, the Otteson Mine located in Tonopah, Nevada.
Among the few places on earth that produce rare, natural turquoise is the Kingman Turquoise Mine nestled in the Acerbate Mountains of Arizona. Kingman is one of the oldest and largest turquoise mines in the world. It was mined by prehistoric Native American tribes dating back over a thousand years. The beautiful, high-quality stones from this mine feature an array of green and blue shades with exquisite veining and marbleized patterns.
The Two Legends Collection celebrates the unique and rare beauty of these legendary stones with generous cabochons of White Buffalo accented with rounds of the coveted Kingman turquoise. The sterling silver-finished settings with an antiqued finish showcase these rare desert gems beautifully.
- set includes Ring and Bracelet
- Ring, 4 1/2ctw
- (1)12x10mm Cushion cut White Buffalo Stone
- Stone from Dry Creek Mine in Nevada
- (2)3mm Round Turquoise Accents, Kingman Turquoise Mine in Arizona
- Available in whole sizes 5-10
- Bracelet,11 1/4ctw
- (1)18x14mm Cushion cut White Buffalo Stone
- Stone from Dry Creek Minein Nevada
- (2)5mm Round Turquoise Accents, KingmanTurquoise Mine in Arizona
- cuff bracelet
- silver finished brass
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