First of all, we maintain sold Bisbee Turquoise Turquoise archives of Cabochons and Jewelry on our server. Consequently, the reason for this archive is for researchers and appraisers to view actual sales data. As a result, this data includes Bisbee Turquoise cabochons, rough, slabs, and finished jewelry.
This category also serves the purpose of separating “sold” jewelry from other actively available pieces on our website. As the “sold” items are not showing up under this category, please type “sold” in the search bar to view sold items.
Bisbee turquoise is valued according to many factors. For example, the color is an important factor when pricing Bisbee Turquoise.
Deep dark blue is preferable to light blue.
It is often preferable to have some of the host rock with the blue, as it is an indicator that the turquoise is real Bisbee Turquoise.
Similar to valuing other gemstones, larger Bisbee specimens are much rarer (and expediential more valuable) than small examples.