Kingman Turquoise Mine is one of the oldest and largest turquoise mines in the world. Nestled in the Acerbate Mountains of Arizona, Kingman was mined by prehistoric Native American tribes dating back over a thousand years. Throughout history, Kingman Turquoise Mine has always been the largest supplier to the Southwest American turquoise jewelry industry.
Stunning Aqua Stones
The beautiful, high-quality stones coming out of the mine generally feature an array of green and blue shades and hues, but Kingman is most famous for its vibrant sky blue turquoise. At Southwest Silver Gallery, our artists make a wide variety of Kingman turquoise jewelry from these iconic stones; our collection includes everything from bracelets and money clips to earring and necklace sets.
Discover turquoise pieces worked purely with sterling silver, as well as jewelry embellished with bits of coral, colorful oyster shells, and gaspeite.
At Southwest Silver Gallery, our focus is sharing Native American culture, traditions, and history with the world. We source all our pieces from local Navajo, Zuni, Hopi, and Santo Domingo tribes that use only the finest sterling silver and Kingman turquoise in their jewelry. Many pieces are signed by the artist and authenticated by certificate.
If you want to learn more about Kingman mines or turquoise stones, reach out to us at 1-888-476-4367 today.