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Dry Creek Turquoise


also called Sacred Buffalo Turquoise. Please read in footer about this unique Turquoise.

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  • dry creek turquoise earrings
    Dry Creek turquoise earrings
    $140.00
  • Dry Creek Turquoise woman bracelet
    Dry Creek Turquoise woman's bracelet
    $87.00

    Sterling silver. Navajo made.

  • This is Hatchita NOT Dry Creek, but looks just like Dry Creek
    This is Hatchita NOT Dry Creek, but looks just like Dry Creek
    $189.00

    8.25 in long, fits most standard wrist and you can use any of the three hoops. Hatchita looks like Dry Creek. The Hachita turquoise mining activity dates from pre-historic to 1905. Hachita was also called "Azure", but also went by many other names. Hachita turquoise is from a group of mines near Old Hachita, Grant County, New Mexico. They include the Azure, Cameo, Galilee, and Aztec claims. The name "Hachita" comes from the Spanish term for "Little Hatchet". The small town itself was located in the foothills of the Little Hatchet Mountains in the Hachita Valley. This is a hard turquoise to find these days, mined in New Mexico long ago.

  • This is Hatchita NOT Dry Creek, but looks just like Dry Creek
    This is Hatchita NOT Dry Creek, but looks just like Dry Creek
    $185.00

    Fits most standard women's wrist. Hatchita looks just like Dry Creek. The Hachita turquoise mining activity dates from pre-historic to 1905. Hachita was also called "Azure", but also went by many other names. Hachita turquoise is from a group of mines near Old Hachita, Grant County, New Mexico. They include the Azure, Cameo, Galilee, and Aztec claims. The name "Hachita" comes from the Spanish term for "Little Hatchet". The small town itself was located in the foothills of the Little Hatchet Mountains in the Hachita Valley.

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