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turquoise
     
  Cripple Creek  
  The Cripple Creek turquoise mine is located in Teller County, Colorado. Found by miners searching for gold in the area. It is a very hard material, running to 7.7 on the Moh’s scale, with a color varying from blue green to a true turquoise blue color. Sometimes found with a golden matrix. It is among the finest turquoise.  
     
 
 
 
 
 
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#113
16 x 14 mm
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  #114 14.5ct
22 x 17 mm
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  #115
23 x 19 mm
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  #116C 16ct
21 x 19 mm
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#117C 10ct
17 x 12 mm
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  #118C
21 x 16 mm
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  #119C
23 x 16 mm
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  #120C 18.5ct
21 x 18 mm
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#121C 10ct
19 x 13 mm
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  #122C 12.5ct
19 x 19 mm
  #123C 8.5ct
17 x 14 mm
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  #124C
17 x 12 mm
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#125C 22ct
25 x 20 mm
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  #126C 10.5ct
15 x 13 mm
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  #127C 22.5ct
25 x 22 mm
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  #128C 46ct
33 x 30 mm
             
 
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