As American as a Gibson® guitar or a Stetson® hat, the American Mined™ Collection was developed for jewelers and metalsmiths who believe the source matters. We combed the United States touring mines, meeting with enterprising miners and examining hundreds of rough stones along the way. The result is a collection of exceptional gemstones, cabochons and beads 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.Explore The Collection >
Land meets sky in turquoise unearthed years ago, from the now-closed Mona Lisa mine in Arkansas. Cut to celebrate each stone's unique matrix, gentle blue is illuminated by golden streaks interspersed with darker tones.
Incredible clarity sourced from Blue Springs for your bench. Faceted for mirror-like luster in pear, cushion, marquise oval and round cuts. Found in larger-than-usual sizes for big, bold designs.
Thanks so much for carrying fair mined stones, this so important.— Andrea P, YouTube Comment
Beautiful Stones. This pair of cabs has a nice teal color and a high shine. Will be setting in silver to make a pair of earrings. Definitely will be purchasing more of this stone collection.— Pam, Customer Review
I'm using the peridot and ice quartz in four of my pieces. Love them!— SuElyn Peters, YouTube Comment
Classic turquoise-blue veined with a golden matrix, each stone as distinct as the life of its wearer. Excavated in Arizona's Cerbat Mountains from an abundant prehistoric mine.
Saturated pink meets ruby red for a stunning shade as regal as its name. Exceedingly rare, these 100% natural stones originate in the Rocky Mountains of Wyoming.
An ocean of medium blues and teal greens glistens in stones mined from the mountains of western Montana. Faceted in round, oval and cushion cuts for captivating custom designs. Read how Montana Sapphirestm are responsibly mined.
Iron and magnesium result in rich, red-wine hues distinctive of traditional garnets. Hand-mined from the northern panhandle of Idaho for your custom designs.
Vivid robin's egg blue with a minimal matrix that varies from light to dark gray, making each stone unique. Excavated at the renowned Mineral Park Mine in the Cerbat Mountains of Arizona.
Enticing green with stunning clarity sourced from lava flows in southern Arizona. Faceted in round, oval and hexagon cuts to maximize light and color.
Fiery reds and rich oranges not found among traditional opals burn brightly. Sourced from mines in Oregon, this dramatic gemstone is the only natural opal suitable for faceting.
Shimmering peachy pink and delicate champagne from the same Oregon source for your bench. Two distinctly different varieties cut to showcase each stone's individual beauty.
Shades of blue-green feature a mottled color saturation, occasionally with white or light-blue streaks. Known as "The Amazon Stone,"" these grade A gemstones are sourced from the Morefield Gem Mine of Virginia.