Blue Turquoise Gemstone

January 5, 2006 by  
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Turquoise is a semi-precious stones often incorporated into jewelry handmade most beautiful modern world. We found most often in blue and turquoise waters, and is widely recognized as the stone and December as the 11th anniversary stone. But beyond its modern uses and associations, turquoise has a decadent mythological, spiritual and etymological history that adds nostalgic value its already strong aesthetic value. Read on for more information to help you fall in love with your turquoise jewelry â € "or source inspired to buy today!

Turquoise may vary from gray to green to blue and yellow, often veined by the matrix with different textures Brown and is found only in dry and arid regions. Since that time nearly 6,000 years, this stone is one of the oldest to be used by man As for jewelry and ornamental purposes. Around 5500 BC the ancient Egyptians found turquoise in the Sinai Peninsula. Around 1900, Zera Queen falls € ™ s was discovered and was found wearing a turquoise and gold bracelet around his wrist.

Turquoise supposed to bring luck and fortune to its bearer, and a sense of tranquility with its cool colors, in addition to wisdom, and is often popular in the south-west Indian American and Egyptian jewelry design.
Turquoise Gemstone better look as pieces of jewelry evening when paired with black onyx, pearls or sterling silver. More casual combinations gentle contrast with black pearls, carnelian and ruby. To view a selection of jewelry made Turquoise hand, href = ""> click here. Turquoise is a stone that is generally considered as sophisticated works with any outfit. In earrings, citrine works well to brighten hazel eyes.

China comes in turquoise blue and green, with many subtle color variations in the stone, and a spider web (matrix) veins. Four to five regions of China where they are extracted. Ma'ashan turquoise mines are located near Shanghai, in addition to the Hubei Province, to name a few.

Back to 1700 BC, Turquoise was used in China mainly for ornamental carvings and other artistic purposes. In Beijing, Academy of Social Sciences, is a bronze plaque and turquoise on the screen that is believed to be of age.

Chinese Turquoise is almost always stable, and will not likely to be affected by lotions or perfumes when it is worn, protecting the color of turquoise elements.

Sleeping Beauty Turquoise comes from the Sleeping Beauty Mountain in Globe, Arizona, which is one of the largest Mining to date. Sleeping Beauty is many shades of light blue to dark blue. Turquoise is mainly found in the United States, Australia, Chile, Mexico, and historically, Iran.

On Mohs' score is based on a 10-point scale where 10 is the most difficult, as a diamond, and 1 scratches easily, such as talc. Turquoise gets a score of 5-6, which means it is quite scratch resistant and therefore suitable as a component jewelry every day. Turquoise gemstones should be cleaned regularly by a professional or with a soft cloth and mild soap and water. Other methods, including ultrasound clenar, solvents and harsh chemicals should be avoided when cleaning your handcrafted jewelry as exposure these elements can damage semi-precious and precious stones and pearls.

Learn more about all semi-precious stones including amethyst, apatite, topaz, onyx black, blue, carnelian, chalcedony, citrine, topaz, coral, garnet, white, crystal, diamond, emerald, iolite, jade, labradorite, Moonstone, Pearl, Peridot, Prehnite, quartz, ruby, sapphire, smoky topaz, tanzanite, tourmaline, turquoise and when you see this picture gemstones.

About the Author

Sarah Stephens is the Fashion Director for Dasha Boutique. Visit our online shop today, featuring hundreds of handmade jewelry designs. Customize orders ship in 3 business days. Dasha Boutique is featured in Lucky, InStyle, People, Bridal Guide and Brides.


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