First of all, a magazine editor approaches us to write an article about turquoise of the Southwestern United States for InColor Magazine. In fact, this is the official magazine of International Colored Gemstone Association (ICA). As a result, we discuss turquoise mines which are in Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, and Colorado. Consequently, this article includes both natural turquoise examples and corresponding turquoise jewelry .
In addition, you may ask “how does this come about?” Most interestingly, an editor of the magazine, searching the internet, comes across one of our other websites: Tucson Turquoise. Most notably, this is a result of the Tucson Gem Show being here every January/February. Correspondingly, the editor thinks it is appropriate to feature a local turquoise business in their magazine.
In conclusion, the editor of InColor Magazine approaches us to write the article and supply our own photographs. Equally important, the editor herself works magic to enhance the beautiful article below. In addition, a wonderful benefit to us was that we were also invited to attend their annual ICA gala, put on during the Tucson Gem Show.
Consequently, attendees of the gala include interesting people from all over the world: jewelry designers, mine owners, and brokers. Finally, we hope that you enjoy the article! In conclusion, if you would like to learn more about Bisbee Turquoise, please click HERE!
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