Minerals for Inlay

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Oregon Red Jade

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Oregon Red Jade

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1 oz. powdered
$23.99
Qty: 12
1 oz. crushed
$23.99
Qty: 20
Oregon Red Jade specs:
1 oz. powdered, 1 oz. crushed

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Jade, with its discreet yet rather greasy luster, which comes in many fine nuances of green, but also in shades of white, red, grey, black, yellow, and orange and in delicate violet tones, has been known to Man for some 7000 years. In prehistoric times, however, it was esteemed rather more for its toughness, which made it an ideal material for weapons and tools.

Turquoise

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Turquoise

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1 oz. powdered
$23.99
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1 oz. crushed
$23.99
Qty: 6
Turquoise specs:
1 oz. powdered 1 oz. crushed

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Turquoise, the robin’s egg blue gemstone worn by Pharaohs and Aztec Kings, is probably one of the oldest gemstones known. Yet, only its prized blue color, a color so distinctive that its name is used to describe any color that resembles it, results in its being used as a gemstone. Turquoise has been, since about 200 B.C., extensively used by both southwestern U.S. Native Americans and by many of the Indian tribes in Mexico.