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turquoise
     
  Darling Darlene  
  Discovered in the early 1970’s by Joe Barredo, the Darling Darlene mine produced some very fine gem turquoise. It ranges in color from shades of green and light to dark blues. A small mine worked by Barredo and his son-in-law all throughout the 70’s. The mine had been named after Darlene, one of Barredo’s daughters who had passed away as a young woman. The cabochons offered here are from the collection of Joe Barredo's son-in-law and purchased from him within the last year. Their beautiful natural translucence can be seen in the photos below.  
     
 
 
 
Darling Darlene
 
 
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#976 4.5ct
14 x 9 mm
SOLD
  #977 4.5ct
14 x 11 mm
SOLD

  #978 4.5ct
14 x 10 mm
SOLD
  #979 3.5ct
12 x 8 mm
SOLD
             
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#980 2.5ct
12 x 8 mm
SOLD
  #981 5ct
12 x 9 mm
SOLD
  #982 5.5ct
12 x 11 mm
SOLD
  #983 37.5ct
31 x 24 mm
SOLD
             
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#984 35.5ct
33 x 25 mm
SOLD
  #985 8.5ct
17 x 15 mm
SOLD
  #986 7ct
18 x 15 mm
SOLD
  #987 3.5ct
12 x 10 mm
SOLD
             
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#988 4ct
16 x 8 mm
SOLD
  #989 1ct
8 x 7 mm
SOLD
  #990 1ct
8 x 6 mm
SOLD
  #991 7.5ct
11 x 11 mm
SOLD
             
 
 
 
   
     
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