Cripple Creek Turquoise Choker by Ray Lovato (#155)

Cripple Creek Turquoise Choker by Ray Lovato
Cripple Creek Turquoise Choker by Ray Lovato
Cripple Creek Turquoise Choker by Ray Lovato
Cripple Creek Turquoise Choker by Ray Lovato

Cripple Creek Turquoise Choker by Ray Lovato (#155)

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Cripple Creek Turquoise Choker
19" long

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The Cripple Creek mine is one of the highest turquoise deposits in the country. Located in the rough and tumble peaks of Teller County, Colorado, the Cripple Creek mine has opened and closed more times than most, but turquoise continues to leak out on the market from time to time. Ray Lovato loves to get ahold of Cripple Creek turquoise and says it is some of the hardest and most durable he has ever worked with. This graduated strand of Cripple Creek turquoise beads comes to us from a place high in the sky through the hands of a master.


About the artist:

Ray Lovato

The gift of humor is a blessing to those who have it, and to those of us exposed to the comic. From an early age, Steve and I have been blessed with the humor of Santa Domingo artist Ray Lovato. Not only does Ray create exceptional jewelry, he does it with wit and comedy. He always has an aura of happiness around him, and this attitude seems to spread, like a California fog, to those who know him. In addition to his artistic talents, Ray is also a gifted salesman. When he pulls up in front of the trading post we know that there is a good possibility that we will soon be parting company with our available cash.


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