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Why our turquoise is different...
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Campo Frio Turquoise
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Sleeping Beauty Turquoise
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Kingman Turquoise
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Kingman Turquoise Beads
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Campo Frio Rondelles
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Castle Dome Turquoise
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Campitos Turquoise
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Campo Frio Turquoise
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Sponge Coral Heishi
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Freshwater Pearls
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Wood Disc Beads
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Black Onyx Beads
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Clasps & Findings
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Rough Turquoise Beads
by the pound
Stabilized. Not drilled. No Dyes, Ever.
Perfect for Inlay Work! 
Sold in 1/2-pound packages below.

(1/2 pound = approx. 1/2 cup)

 


Spiny Oyster Discs
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Shell & Turquoise Heishi
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Item# MTW | 3-5mm
Mexican Turquoise
Un-drilled
$115 for one
1/2-lb package

Item# SBTW | 2-4mm
Sleeping Beauty
Un-drilled
$145 for one
1/2-lb package

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Actual Size

 

How Many Beads On A Strand?
Use the chart below as a guide.


*Chart based on round beads. Some nugget style beads (depending on size) and some graduated beads will have more or less beads per strand. Beads per strand are approximate.
CLICK HERE for a free printable copy.

 

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All of our turquoise beads are natural color

A Certificate of Authenticity Provided With Each Turquoise Purchase 

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Why our Turquoise is different ... a difference you can feel.     

 

Our turquoise is not dyed Howlite or inexpensive turquoise made to look like valuable real American turquoise. We sell real American and Mexican turquoise. Our turquoise is incomparable to anything else you will find on the Internet today and is natural color, never dyed or enhanced. We certify that in writing to you. Because we process our own turquoise and know what happens to it from the mine to you, we can certify the authenticity, quality and color of our beads. And, we offer a "no risk" buying guarantee. If you are not happy with your beads, we will buy them back from you. 

My bead supply company has been on the Internet since 1995. I've been here for so long because our customers come back knowing we care, and I personally care about them. I care about you! Iím not a big corporation where every time you call you get somebody different or somebody who doesnít care or know about turquoise. 

I take a personal interest in each and every one of my customers. Why do I? Because every piece you, the designers, create is a personal creation of importance to your buyer Ö whether they are buying as a gift or for their own personal adornment.

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