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Lone Mountain Turquoise + Sterling Silver + Clip On Charm Pendant
Lone Mountain Turquoise + Sterling Silver + Clip On Charm Pendant
Lone Mountain Turquoise + Sterling Silver + Clip On Charm Pendant
Lone Mountain Turquoise + Sterling Silver + Clip On Charm Pendant
Lone Mountain Turquoise + Sterling Silver + Clip On Charm Pendant
Lone Mountain Turquoise + Sterling Silver + Clip On Charm Pendant
Lone Mountain Turquoise + Sterling Silver + Clip On Charm Pendant
Lone Mountain Turquoise + Sterling Silver + Clip On Charm Pendant
Lone Mountain Turquoise + Sterling Silver + Clip On Charm Pendant
Lone Mountain Turquoise + Sterling Silver + Clip On Charm Pendant

Lone Mountain Turquoise + Sterling Silver + Clip On Charm Pendant

Regular price $108.00

Lone Mountain Turquoise + Sterling Silver + Clip On Charm Pendant 

A beautiful pale blue no matrix Lone Mountain Turquoise is set in my hand fabricated old fashioned skeleton key design! Each of my 'KEYS' is totally unique and one-of-a-kind - none are identical! 

+ There are a couple of tiny surface imperfections on this nugget as is typical with most turquoise. +

What is Lone Mountain Turquoise?

 The Lone Mountain Turquoise mine, originally called the Blue Jay mine, is located near Tonapah, Nevada. The Lone Mountain Mine was first claimed by Lee Hand in 1920, but is now owned by Gene Wadell, and operated by Chris Lott. Though most of the Turquoise coming out of the Lone Mountain Turquoise mine today is of a clear blue natural or with very little matrix, such as this particular nugget, the mine is actually famous for it's beautiful blue Spiderweb Turquoise. The Lone Mountain Spiderweb Turquoise which made the mine famous is a medium blue to a gray blue with black and mahogany brown fine spiderweb matrix. Lone Mountain Turquoise is noted for its ability to hold color and not fade. 

Turquoise is an opaque, blue-to-green mineral that is a hydrated phosphate of copper and aluminum. Turquoise deposits probably form in more than one way. However, a typical turquoise deposit begins with hydrothermal deposition of copper sulfides. This takes place when hydrothermal fluids leach copper from a host rock, which is typically an intrusion of calk-alkaline rock with a moderate to high silica content that is relatively oxidized. The copper is redeposited in more concentrated form as a copper porphyry in which veins of copper sulfide fill joints and fractures in the rock. Deposition takes place mostly in the potassic alteration zone, which is characterized by conversion of existing feldspar to potassium feldspar and deposition of quartz and micas at a temperature of 400–600 °C (752–1,112 °F)

This charm comes with a sterling silver (made in Italy) lobster clasp!

Clip to your favorite charm necklace, necklace chain, bag, bracelet, etc! The possibilities are endless. 

Choose one of these: Stainless steel bead chain OR stainless steel box chain if needed! 

Size: approximately 1 and 3/4 inches long.  Please refer to photos of piece next to ruler and quarter for size reference. 

Clasp is 12 mm x 6mm so a nice sturdy size but not too big!

One Of a Kind!!!