HSN Rock Star Jay King’s Buddy Marty Colbaugh, Owner Of THE Kingman Mine, Doesn’t Play Favorites: He Sells Turquoise To HSN Rival QVC

By homeshoppingista

 The own of the Kingman Turquoise Mine,  Marty Colbaugh (on the right, Josh Colbaugh on the left)
Marty Colbaugh, the owner of the Kingman Mine in Arizona, doesn’t play favorites in terms of which home shopping network he sells his turquoise to.  Kingman Turquoise can be found in jewelry on both HSN and QVC.  Kingman Turquoise is one of the most common Turquoises found in Jewelry today.

 

QVC’s Today’s Special Value Saturday is a blue Kingman turquoise necklace and enhancer made from Kingman turquoise that was found in a huge vein in the mine last year.  This Turquoise has been stabilized as is most of the Turquoise sold on the two TV Shopping networks.  Rarely, is natural Turquoise sold on the TV or in most commercial settings.  To find natural quality Turquoise one must find a local American craftsman or highend jewelry gallery.
So Colbaugh is appearing in on-air promos on QVC and on videos on the network’s website.

But Colbaugh is also a business associate and friend of Jay King, who does the Mine Finds line for QVC rival HSN.

HSN’s Jay King, Marty’s friend and business associate

Just over a month ago, Colbaugh appeared live on HSN with King when the Today’s Special was a Kingman turquoise ring.

The blue Kingman turquoise used for both pieces is apparently from the same “find” last year, and there has not been such a turquoise score at the Arizona mine since the late 1960s or early 1970s, Colbaugh said on both HSN and one of his QVC videos.

When QVC host Jill Bauer said that the Today’s Special Value was manufactured in Albuquerque, N.M., we almost jumped out of our chair, because that’s where King’s factory is. But of course he is not making the QVC necklace.

Veteran QVC Southwestern jewelry vendor Carolyn Pollack, who like King is based in Albuquerque, is making it.

You will find Kingman Turquoise in every Turquoise Jewelry store and on every website.  Kingman Turquoise is most likely the most commonly used Turquoise in the world next to Chinese Turquoise.

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