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Jarbidge Wilderness Pendant


Jarbidge, NV—what a place. This Royston Turquoise pendant celebrates Nevada’s first Wilderness Area and the living ghost town perched right in the center of it. Made in the Jarbidge River Canyon, this Royston Turquoise is part of a YouTube series where I make Nevada-inspired Song Dog Silver pieces out in the Great Basin. In the video, hear about the Jarbidge Wilderness Area, the historic gold mining town of Jarbidge, NV and how it’s refused to die, wild and scenic rivers, the Jarbidge Shovel Brigade, Nevada Basque and the spectacular groves of Basque-made arborglyphs within the Jarbidge Wilderness, and much more.

This Royston Nevada was mined in the Tonopah region, and made into a cabochon by Denver Otteson. Backed by sterling silver, this Jarbidge Wilderness-inspired stone is about quarter-sized and ready to wear with a 16″ or 18″ sterling silver chain of your choice. When ordering, please indicate which chain length you’d prefer.

Each purchase comes gift wrapped, along with a silver polishing pad for optimal flashiness and a complimentary Song Dog Silver sticker.

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