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Sonoran Gold Turquoise is a brand new finding from the Sonoran area of Mexico in the city of Cananea. The mine is about a 35 minute drive from the Arizona boarder. Unique to this turquoise is the fact that it actually forms inside clay deposits as individual nuggets. Perfectly sized to fit most women with a hand stamped ring shank, this ring is very comfortable. Crafted by Navajo artist M & R Calladitto from Alburquque, New Mexico. Slight detail of silver balls separate all the stones.The cluster of stones measure 1 3/4″ in length and approximately 1 3/8″ in width. Truly a one of a kind special ring.