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turquoise
     
  Drycreek  
  Drycreek turquoise is from one of the three large glory holes found on the Godber claim. The mine is east of Austin, Nevada and was discovered in 1932. It was also staked under the names Last Chance, Blue Stone, and Homesite. These turquoise cabochons have a color that is a pale green to a light blue with a beautiful spider webbing. Drycreek has always been considered a very hard and rare turquoise.  
     
 
 

 

 

 
Dry Creek
 
 
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#141 15ct
20 x 145 mm
  #142 7.5ct
14.5x11 mm
  #143 6ct
13.5x9 mm
  #144 26ct
25 x 21 mm
Top-Grade
Rare, Pale
& Beautiful
Dry Creek
             
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#145 4.5ct
13 x 9 mm
  #146 11ct
18 x 16 mm
Top-Grade
Rare, Pale
& Beautiful
Dry Creek
  #147 8ct
17 x 12 mm
Top-Grade
Rare, Pale
& Beautiful
Dry Creek
SOLD
  #148 34.5ct
28 x 20 mm
Top-Grade
Rare, Pale
& Beautiful
Dry Creek
             
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#149 16ct
20 x 19 mm
Top-Grade
Rare, Pale
& Beautiful
Dry Creek
SOLD
  #150 6ct
15 x 12 mm
Top-Grade
Rare, Pale
& Beautiful
Dry Creek
  #151 5ct
12 x 11 mm
Top-Grade
Rare, Pale
& Beautiful
Dry Creek
SOLD
  #152 4ct
12 x 10 mm
Top-Grade
Rare, Pale
& Beautiful
Dry Creek
SOLD
             
 
 
 
         
 
   
     
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