More mystery turquoise questions

Two more pieces with gorgeous turquoise stones I love but can’t identify. Any and all info. about the stones would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks and best wishes,


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And another, possibly Stormy Mountain? Or some other kind of stone entirely?

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And one more, a very dark green stone.

Thanks again and best wishes,


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I forgot to mention, the ring that looks like Stormy Mtn. (or maybe another stone) is a very pale green in real life, not the very pale blue of the photo, I think it must be a trick of the light or camera or both. The grey and white spots look just the same as in the photo.

Best wishes,


Hello BigDogLady,

The two oval stones I am not able to tell. The top stone has lots of filler and the bottom stone you just don’t see enough. I would call the other stone Turquoise Mountain. Thanks for sharing.

Hi Jason,

Thanks, I really love these, the odd colored stones always get my attention. I must really like Turquoise Mountain, as I seem to be adding more of it to my collection than the other kinds of turquoise. :slight_smile:

Best wishes,