…Pretty simple recipe. Oklahoma red cedar, box elder and amboyna burls, domestic turquoise, and a couple of cabs of labradorite. F#m. The problem is, the demand for turquoise on the international market, has dramatically outpaced supply. China has placed a moratorium on their mining, and domestic mines are just running out of material. Specimen stones are now sold by carat weight and have seen up to a 1000% increase in price over the last 15 years. Fortunately, I’ve been squirreling away turquoise for 20+years, and I’m not sure why,…so I have a decent amount, and don’t need to shop at today’s outrageous prices. These instruments like turquoise, and I like sharing them rather than taking them to my grave. Stay healthy and play nice.