Three dear friends:  Thirty years of business, travel & turquoise. 

This is us, this is our story!

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One of many trips to Market!

Jeanette, Laura, Georgia

Where it all began...

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Georgia Charles opened The Turquoise Lady in the Houston Galleria in the early 1970s

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In 1976 Jeanette Burrell started working for Georgia at The Turquoise Lady

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Junior year of high school Laura Gibson (center) joined The Turquoise Lady at their second location in the Houston Galleria II.  

Pictured here with Jeanette (right) and Jeanette's sister Carolyn (left) who also worked at The Turquoise Lady

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Jeanette at a gallery artist showing

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Jeanette at her first trip to the Zuni Village. 

Bread ovens are also used to fire pottery.  

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Jeanette & Georgia with artists of Native American Jewelry on a buying trip in New Mexico in the 1980s

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Laura at Market in the Santo Domingo Pueblo

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Laura & Jeanette with the artists of some of their favorite Native American Jewelry