First of all, here is the InColor Magazine featuring an article from Turquoiseland.

Secondly, here is the Bisbee #7 Tailing Pile where the Bisbee Turquoise ore is in storage

Thirdly, here is the article: Tantalizing Turquoise In Color Magazine 2020

In essence, here is a Turquoise Article by Dwight and Christy of Turquoiseland

Notably, here is Page 51, Map of Turquoise Mines in the Southwest United States.

Also, here is InColor Magazine Page 52, Arizona and New Mexico Turquoise Mines

In addition, here is InColor Magazine Page 53, New Mexico and Nevada Turquoise Mines

Not to mention, InColor Magazine Page 54, Nevada and Colorado Turquoise Mines

In Color Magazine Page 55, Zuni, Santo Domingo (Kewa), & Hopi Jewelry

Most notably, the latest press about our business is in the Desert Leaf Magazine in Tucson. The Desert Leaf publishes articles about enthusiastic collectors in each month’s issue. Consequently, this recent issue features us! To obtain the latest press article, the writer of this column scours local venues. Craigslist is where this writer finds us, and the source of where she frequently locates her avid collectors. She interviews them and writes about their passion with words and with pictures.

First of all, every dealer starts out the cycle as a collector in their field. As a result of their collection growing, the collector usually finds a way to sell off part of their collection. This is one way that collectors validate and justify their obsession. As a result, collectors usually start off collecting just about everything in their area of interest. The next step is that they “fine tune” their collection. In the turquoise business, “fine tuning” is also known as “high grading” their collection.

Finally, this is a recent article about our passion for Blue Bisbee Turquoise. In specific, the writer explores our interest in the turquoise field and puts out some information about us. Also, this latest press discusses Rita Hapgood, who discovers Lander Blue Turquoise in 1973. Rita is a Black Jack Dealer from Nevada who stumbles across the rarest turquoise on earth, while on a picnic, of all places!

Desert Leaf Article about Turquoise Land

To see more press we received, please click HERE!

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