These fun stackable rings are made with Blue Moon Turquoise. Blue Moon turquoise is surround with sterling silver bezel. Blue Moon is Mined by our family the Otteson's and was featured on our tv show Turquoise Fever. Ring will come boxed and ready for gifting.
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Wednesday, June 23, 1976 The North Dakota Democratic-NPL party will begin its state nominating convention here Wednesday night with three committee meetings. From 5-9 p.m. party members are ...
working mines owned by the Otteson family. This is where most of the good turquoise will be found. Fee is $150, $50 advance deposit, non-refundable. Dean Otteson uses a backhoe and tractor to turn over fresh material before and during the dig. I've been here 6 or 7 times and always felt well rewarded. Sun, 5/8 Easter Blue, 35 miles north of ...
White Buffalo Turquoise, or Sacred Buffalo Turquoise, is found in pendants, earrings, rings and bracelets. There are imitations, such as howlite which is a white stone with a black matrix, but genuine White Buffalo Turquoise can be identified by its unique characteristics. To ensure that the stone is genuine you need to check its origins.
Description: For the Otteson family, every day is an adventure. Follow them as they hunt for the most sought-after turquoise in the world. Season one consists of 7x60-minute episodes. Pitch Perfect: This action-packed docuseries will keep audiences fully engaged as they delve into the dangerous world of turquoise mining.
Turquoise Fever is comprised of six episodes. The concept was created by Silent Crow Arts, and the pilot episode was produced by Essential Media. The series is being produced by Glassman Media.
Turquoise of Tonapah, Nevada. A gift of the Otteson family of Tonapah, Nevada, this group of Turquoise specimens along with some Dolomite are from their family claims near Tonapah, Nye County, Nevada. Turquoise has been prized for thousands of years by cultures around the world. It was one of the first gemstones to be mined.
WHITE BUFFALO (called "albino turquoise" by some and erroneously "white turquoise" by others) is only found in one location in the world. Tonopah Nevada. The mine is owned by Dean, Lynn and Danny Otteson who have been mining high quality turquoise in Nevada and Colorado for over 60 years.