Over all Size: 1 13/16 × 1 1/16 inch or 46mm x 27mm
I get it from the Kingman Turquoise Mine in AZ. Whenever I need anything they are right on it. Also known as sacred white buffalo, this precious black and white stone is found frequently in Native American jewelry. It was first discovered in the Dry Creek Mine in Tonopah, Nevada by the Otteson family in 1993.
This family was scouting turquoise for over 50 years when the discovery was made. They initially thought the stone was a variation of turquoise due to its veiny property which is similar to classic turquoise.
It was named after the Native American legend of the rare white buffalo, a powerful spiritual belief.