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Despite the state's relative lack of ore, copper refineries have been established in Texas to supply regional demand for metal goods and to make use of readily available fuel for metal plants. A copper refinery was established at El Paso by Dr. W. H. Nichols of Nichols Copper and was later acquired by Phelps Dodge Corporation; the refinery employed 750 persons by the 1950s. Eventually up to 30 percent of all the copper processed in the United States was produced at this refinery. Much of the refined material was subsequently manufactured by Phelps Dodge Copper Products Corporation into wire, tubes, and pipe for use in the building industry.

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8mm Lone Star Cut Blue Topaz with Diamond Accents Pendant

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8mm Star Cut Blue Topaz with .28 total carat weight of diamonds

Available in Yellow or White gold, chain is not included

Product is made to order, allow 3 weekdays to ship.

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$1,250.00

8mm Lone Star Cut Blue Topaz with Diamond Accents Pendant

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Using an 8mm round Lone Star Cut Blue Topaz (the Official State Stone of Texas) , we added .28 carats of lively white diamonds to accent the center stone.
The pendant works really well in that it is a petite size Lone Star Cut Blue Topaz yet the diamonds really set it off well.

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