The beauty of Royston Turquoise is that it has some of the most amazing colors and variations in a single stone.
Quoting from the Royston Mine History page:
"Royston is known for its beautiful colors ranging from deep green to rich, light blues set off by a heavy brown matrix or a golden brown matrix. It is also known for the rare blue to green fade that can be found in one rock or cabochon."
As an artist who is literally addicted to the colors of Natural Mother Earth tones and shades, when I discovered Royston Turquoise and the range of color it carries, it was a new love that has grown by leaps and bounds as a fine arts artist.
As seen here in this photo, that love of turquoise has expanded to many different mines here in the U.S. and abroad.
Royston still holds a very high standard with this artist and will be used in unique and individual jewelry designs and collections that will be available here at Portraits of Elegance.
This is an early preview of the things to come, as there are so many choices here just waiting to be shaped, polished and finished out into fine art jewelry.
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