Otteson Turquoise

"Quality Turquoise for over 60 years"


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Reply Wesleyfetty
3:02 PM on July 24, 2018 
Reply Susan M Dennison
2:42 PM on August 19, 2017 
am interested in buying just a few white buffalo stones to put into wrap bracelets but your website does not show any cabs that are for sale. Are you still in business?
Reply Sister Rainbow
8:07 PM on January 12, 2017 
I really enjoyed watching the video about your family's business. Everything from seeing the natural environment, to the process of mining, cutting and polishing to seeing how you love what you do after all these years. That's great and it beats watching T.V. tonight. I hope to visit some day soon. I'll be 53 in March so I better get a move on before my get up and go, gets up and goes. haha. Thanks again for sharing your turquoise.
Reply Clark & Nancy Monk
8:41 PM on March 31, 2016 
Hello Otteson Family. We are from Pahrump and have dug with you twice and have sold lots of jewelry with your Royston Turquoise. Our customers really love it and the fact it is from 'near by' and that we dug it makes it our best seller. We stopped for a visit last summer and visited with Virgil and really enjoyed our tour of the restored Mizpah. Beautiful and your shop in the vault is an amazing idea. Great Job. We keep sending people to you to go dig, hope some of them show up. Hope this finds you all well and we may stop by next week on our way north to Idaho or in a month on our way home. Sincerely Clark & Nancy Monk 1-OAK Designs
Reply Joe Drew
10:57 AM on January 10, 2016 
Hello Tom,
You probably don't remember me from HS, but I'm the guy from Ca. that was graciously housed and tolerated by your beautiful family. Hope and pray that your in good health, thank you for all the memories.
Blessing to you and yours.
PS. Great web site.
Joe Drew
Ardent Design & Building Company
Gig Harbor Wa
Reply Roger
3:40 PM on November 11, 2012 
Enjoy your site. Looking for information on Mojave Purple. Is it turquoise and is it dyed?

Reply phil
2:15 PM on November 2, 2012 
Hi. Are you ever going to put up Royston rough for sale on your website?
Reply sharee howard
7:20 PM on July 15, 2012 
could you please send me information on your rock adventures? When you have them, the cost, what the fee includes and so on.
Reply Khristy Stephan
10:12 AM on June 17, 2012 
Love your rocks!!!
Reply Marjorie Bloss
9:35 AM on October 8, 2011 
Oh dear. Please rethink the colors on your website. I simply can't read the text. Red on blue just doesn't work and it seems that you have some valuable information that I'd love to read. Sigh...