Morenci Turquoise Jewelry

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  • Awesome Allison Lee Bolo Tie with Morenci Turquoise

    Awesome Allison Lee Bolo Tie with Morenci Turquoise

    $3,850
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  • HUGE Morenci Turquoise Squash Blossom Necklace – Vintage

    HUGE Morenci Turquoise Squash Blossom Necklace – Vintage

    $12,000
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  • Larger Morenci Turquoise Belt Buckle

    Larger Morenci Turquoise Belt Buckle

    $595
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  • Morenci Turquoise & Heishi Necklace (3-Strands)

    Morenci Turquoise & Heishi Necklace (3-Strands)

    $995
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  • Morenci Turquoise Belt Buckle

    Morenci Turquoise Belt Buckle

    $950
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  • Morenci Turquoise Belt Buckle by Gene Jackson

    Morenci Turquoise Belt Buckle by Gene Jackson

    $1,100
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  • Morenci Turquoise Bracelet by Marco Begaye

    Morenci Turquoise Bracelet by Marco Begaye

    $850
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  • Morenci Turquoise Necklace by Lita Atencio

    Morenci Turquoise Necklace by Lita Atencio

    $435
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  • Morenci Turquoise Pendant by Leonard Nez

    Morenci Turquoise Pendant by Leonard Nez

    $695
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  • Silver & Turquoise Belt Buckle by Gene Jackson

    Silver & Turquoise Belt Buckle by Gene Jackson

    $1,100
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  • Squash Blossom Necklace with Morenci Turquoise by Kyle Lee

    Squash Blossom Necklace with Morenci Turquoise by Kyle Lee

    $4,200
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  • Sterling Silver & Morenci Turquoise Pendant by Artie Yellowhorse

    Sterling Silver & Morenci Turquoise Pendant by Artie Yellowhorse

    $595
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  • Sugilite & Morenci Turquoise Cuff Bracelet by Albert Jake

    Sugilite & Morenci Turquoise Cuff Bracelet by Albert Jake

    $1,450
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Morenci Turquoise Jewelry For Sale!

Here you will find our entire online selection of Jewelry with Turquoise specifically from the Morenci Turquoise Mine in Arizona.

Morenci Turquoise

The Morenci Turquoise mine is one of the most famous turquoise mines in the world.  Morenci was one of the very first American turquoises to come onto the market.  For many years, it was a major producer of natural turquoise for commercial use, primarily in Native American jewelry and other Southwestern jewelry styles.  Although there are color & matrix variations, Morenci has been well-known and very recognizable for its true blue color (often with a black matrix) and unusual pyrite inclusions (that look silver when polished).  Morenci Turquoise has always been a very desirable stone because of its visual appeal.

Located in Southeastern Arizona, the Morenci mine was originally the largest copper mine in the United States.  First claimed in 1864, it reportedly began producing copper around 1880.  As with many copper mines, some beautiful blue stones were found along with the copper.

The mine now being completely depleted, Morenci Turquoise is rare and very difficult to obtain.  High-quality Morenci Turquoise is quite collectible due to its beauty, recognizability, and rarity.