Turquoise coming from the Royston mine in Tonopah, Nevada is some of the most striking, unusual turquoise in the world. The mine produces turquoise in a rainbow of shades, ranging from bright aqua to dark sea green. Royston turquoise jewelry also features a dramatic array of webbing patterns and thick craggy veining that ranges from creamy hues to rich topaz colors.
Striking, Dramatic Jewelry
First mined in the 1950s, Royston turquoise is known for vivid color and unique patterns. The distinct, show-stopping stones are a must for any turquoise collector. Our Royston turquoise jewelry collection is drama and elegance personified, featuring silver smithing that is meant to amplify the spectacular natural beauty of the stones.
The high-drama turquoise shines in a minimalistic pendant, but also can hold its own against more ornate silver working. Our Royston turquoise jewelry features designs as unique and original as the stones they showcase — often embellished with amethyst cabochons or spiny oyster shells.
The Tribes That Work With Us
At Southwest Silver Gallery, we want to highlight the finest Native American craftsmanship and the most stunning natural stones, including our Royston turquoise jewelry. We collaborate with local jewelers from the Navajo, Zuni, Hopi, and Santo Domingo tribes to source the most exquisite jewelry for our customers.
While most pieces are signed and authenticated, if you have any questions, reach out to us at 1-888-476-4367 today.