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Candelaria Turquoise Ring by Philbert Secatero

515.00
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Candelaria Turquoise Ring by Philbert Secatero

515.00

Large, adjustable Candelaria turquoise and sterling silver ring by Navajo jeweler, Philbert Secatero.   Size 7 (adjusts up to at least a 8.5).

Approx 1 1/2" x 1 1/4" in front, 1/4" wide band, 20.73 grams.

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Large, adjustable Candelaria turquoise and sterling silver ring by Navajo jeweler, Philbert Secatero.   Size 7 (adjusts up to at least a 8.5).

Approx 1 1/2" x 1 1/4" in front, 1/4" wide band, 20.73 grams.

Candelaria Turquoise

Candelaria turquoise was mined in an area not too far from Tonopah, Nevada in the Candelaria and is known for known for its bright, almost electric blue color. The matrix ranges from a black to a reddish brown, with moderate spiderwebbing. Candelaria turquoise comes from the small Candelaria mine in Nevada. It does not produce much stone, and as such the Candelaria turquoise is rare and considered a collectible. The rarest stones have bits of gold held within the matrix.