As American as a Gibson® guitar or a Stetson® hat, the American Mined™ Collection is a new line of faceted stones, cabochons and beads developed for jewelers and metalsmiths who believe the source matters.
We combed the United States in search of the finest American gemstones, touring mines, meeting with enterprising miners and examining hundreds of rough stones along the way. The result is a collection of exceptional gems that allows you to trace a stone from the mine to your bench.
This collection will grow as we develop new relationships with mines across America. Check back often for new additions, and introduce the American Mined™ Collection to your most discerning clients.
The American Mined™ Mona Lisa Turquoise™ displays a sky-blue turquoise color with a mix of both dark and golden-yellow matrix. Now being cut to highlight these characteristics, these stones feature a one-of-a-kind matrix patterns—the golden color interspersed with the darker tones of the matrix ensures a vibrant and eye-catching addition to your designs.
The American Mined™ Arkansas Ice Quartz™ is mined in Blue Springs, Arkansas. These faceted stones display an incredible clarity, mirror-like luster, and are found in larger-than-usual sizes. Available in pear, cushion, marquise, oval and round cuts.
The American Mined™ Gold Canyon Turquoise™ is mined in the Cerbat Mountains near Kingman, Arizona, and displays a beautiful classic turquoise-blue color, enhanced with a distinctive golden matrix. The matrix patterns vary greatly, giving each stone a unique look. Available in cushion, round and oval cuts.
Our American Mined™ Rodeo Queen Ruby™ originates from a mine north of Cheyenne, Wyoming, home of the world’s largest outdoor rodeo. The round, faceted stone has a saturated pinkish-red color and, unlike some ruby on the market today, the Rodeo Queen ruby is untreated. Our source is the miner, who handles all of the rough processing, oversees the cutting, and guarantees that no color or clarity enhancements of any kind have been performed.
Our new American Mined™ Montana Sapphire™ originates from Gem Mountain, a family owned and operated mine in western Montana. These heat-treated sapphires are featured in medium blue and teal green. Shop for our new Montana Sapphire™ gemstones—perfect as a sparkling accompaniment or as an eye-catching center stone in a pendant or engagement ring. Read how Montana Sapphires™ are responsibly mined >
The American Mined™ Idaho Garnet™ gemstones originate from the northern panhandle of Idaho and present a deep red color that comes from iron and magnesium. Available in round and oval cuts, these gemstones offer beautiful red accents to your design.
American Mined™ BlueBird Turquoise™ is found in the Mineral Park Mine located in the Cerbat Mountains 14 miles northwest of Kingman, Arizona in the southwestern United States. Bluebird Turquoise displays a vivid robin's egg blue color with minimal matrix. What matrix is present tends to be fine and varies from light to dark gray color, making each stone unique and ideal for custom designs.
The American Mined™ Arizona Peridot™ gemstones are hand-mined from lava flows in southern Arizona and present a lively green color that makes them the perfect accompaniment for any metal color. Available in round and oval cuts.
Our American Mined™ Lake County Fire Opal™ offers a deep, rich color not found among traditional opals. The fiery reds and oranges it displays are the result of fine traces of iron oxide in the stone's composition. This dramatic gemstone is the only natural opal that is suitable for faceting; it is also available in cabochons and beads.
The American Mined™ Oregon Sunstone™ offers two distinctly different varieties of sunstone. One is an exotic yet adaptable gemstone that displays a delicate champagne color and brilliant clarity with few inclusions; it is available in faceted round, oval and princess cuts that maximize light refraction and color, it is a rare American beauty. The other offers an exciting orange/peach/pink color and a rich presentation of the sunstone's signature Schiller effect (shimmer); it is available in an unusual, very popular, hexagon shape.
Our new American Mined™ Amelia Teal Amazonite™ is mined in the Morefield Gem Mine just west of Richmond in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Known as “The Amazon Stone,” this round amazonite cabochon features a mottled color saturation, occasionally with white or light-blue streaks. These grade A gemstones feature a soft, wax-like finish and blue-green color, making them a great choice for any color of metal.
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