Three dangle rosettes add such fun to this fine and classic Pilot Mountain stone! The depth and all colors present in this single stone says a lot about this collectible turquoise. Size: 2 5/8” x 13/16” Stone: 15 x 24 mm *One-of-a-Kind!
Made to look vintage, this bracelet wears as relaxed as a pair of old blue jeans. Size: 5 (12.7cm) Width: 3/4″ Stone: 16 x 8 mm *One-of-a-Kind! *NWS
The Pilot Mountain mine is located in western Nevada, east of the small town of Mina. As with most turquoise mines, this mine opened as a copper claim. Pilot Mountain turquoise was first mined around 1930 as a tunnel mine. Then it became an open pit mine when heavy equipment was available around 1970. While […]
Treasure these Natural Pilot Mountain clip-on earrings. The high-cut Natural Pilot Mountain stones are stunning in both their shape and their aqua-teal shade . Their luscious color is offset with rugged sienna and brown matrix. The stone is set in a scalloped hand saw-cut silver border rich enough to stand up to the stones. Overall […]
A handsome study in contrasting colors appearing in the same stone – both the rusty red mineral matrix, and the bright sky blue backfield – all in one irregular-cut stone of natural Pilot Mountain turquoise, which has been set on a lightweight and brightly polished sterling silver band. Open the small images to see what […]
Crow Springs, also known as AnnJax or Bluebird, is located near Tonopah, Nevada and 27 miles, as the crow flies, from the Royston turquoise mine. For 12 years, this rare stone was not been available. 3 years ago, Dennis and Lucy Cordova took it over and began mining it again. The Smith family previously owned […]
About Us Silver Sun was founded in 1976 when Deanna Olson and Cheryl Ingram hit the road in a borrowed truck with three showcases of the best Native American jewelry that $5,000 of retirement money could buy. After three years of traveling sales, the two retired school teachers opened the Silver Sun Gallery […]