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Turquoise Stone Jewelry

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Turquoise Inlay Flower Pendant
Sterling Silver
1.6 inch Height
1.6 inch Width
16 gms

Item Code: LBS87
Price: $135.00


Turquoise and Coral Inlay Cuff Bracelet
Sterling Silver
1.5 inch Height
Adjustable Size
53.8 gms

Item Code: LBT10
Price: $395.00
Turquoise Inlay Floral Cuff Bracelet
Sterling Silver
1.0 inch Height
Adjustable Size
30.4 gms

Item Code: LBS81
Price: $225.00
Turquoise Inlay Earrings
Sterling Silver
1.8 inch Height
18 gms

Item Code: LBS71
Price: $145.00
Coral and Turquoise Pendant from Ladakh
Sterling Silver
3.3 inch Height
3.6 inch Width
98.8 gms

Item Code: LBR03
Price: $455.00


Mandala Pendant and Matching Earrings Set with  Turquoise
Sterling Silver
1.6 inch Pendant Height
1.5 inch Earrings Height
22 gms

Item Code: LBR75
Price: $120.00


Superfine Coral and Turquoise Bangle from Ladakh
Sterling Silver
0.7 inch Height
2.5 inch Dia
141.7 gms

Item Code: LBR33
Price: $595.00
Twin Lapis Lazuli Earrings with Turquoise
Sterling-silver
2.5 inch Height
11.5 gms

Item Code: LBR48
Price: $45.00
Kissing Sparrows Turquoise Inlay Bangle
Sterling Silver
1 inch Height
2.3 inch Dia
47.5 gms

Item Code: LBR11
Price: $255.00
Labradorite Oval Pendant with Turquoise
Sterling Silver
2.6 inch Height
1.4 inch Width
46 gms

Item Code: LBQ88
Price: $195.00


Turquoise Tubes Necklace with Sterling Beads
Sterling Silver
17 inch Length
41 gms

Item Code: LBP52
Price: $150.00
Turquoise Ring
Sterling Silver
22 mm Height
9.7 gms

Item Code: LAK29
Price: $40.00



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Labradorite Pendant with Turquoise
Sterling Silver
2.8 inch Height
1.2 inch Width
26.5 gms

Item Code: LBP69
Price: $135.00


Manjushri and Chenrezig (Shadakshari Lokeshvara) Pendant with Coral and Turquoise
Sterling Silver
2.7 inch Height
2.7 inch Width
96.5 gms

Item Code: LBP40
Price: $995.00


Faceted Turquoise Fine Beaded Necklace
Sterling Silver
19 inch Length
107.7 gms

Item Code: LBP30
Price: $355.00
Lakshmi Ganesha Necklace and Earrings Set with Turquoise (South Indian Temple Jewelry)
Sterling Silver
16.0 inch Necklace Length
1.0 inch Earrings Height
70.5 gms

Item Code: LBN47
Price: $390.00
Spider's Web Turquoise Pendant
Sterling Silver
2.7 inch Height
1.7 inch Width
25.4 gms

Item Code: LBC18
Price: $100.00
Turquoise Dimple Pendant with Spiral
Sterling Silver
3 inch Height
2.5 inch Width
42.3 gms

Item Code: LBL52
Price: $240.00
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Turquoise and Coral Cuff  Bracelet
Sterling Silver
1 inch Height
Adjustable Size
58 gms

Item Code: JXP45
Price: $290.00
Best Deal: $232.00
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Turquoise Ring
Sterling Silver
22 mm Height
6.62 gms

Item Code: LAK35
Price: $35.00



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Spider's Web Turquoise Ring
Sterling Silver
24 mm Height
10 gms

Item Code: JWB93
Price: $40.00



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Coral and Turquoise Necklace from Afghanistan
Sterling Silver
17 inch Length
75.5 gms

Item Code: JXW35
Price: $455.00
Turquoise and Coral Earrings
Sterling Silver
2.5 inch Height
4 gms

Item Code: JXU78
Price: $20.00
Turquoise Ring
Sterling Silver
23 mm Height
8 gms

Item Code: LAK42
Price: $35.00



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Turquoise Jewelry
The history of turquoise jewelry dates back all the way to ancient Turkistan and regions of Caucasus in the 3rd century A.D., and is thus more commonly known as "Persian Turquoise". This name also applies to those gems mined in the United States, as long as they have no traces of brown or black veining on them. Because turquoise is a hydrous phosphate of copper, it's actually is very soft - topping 6 on Mohs scale - yet it still can take a good polishing.

Turquoise jewelry in the United States does indeed have very deeps roots within the natives' jewelry traditions, despite the fact that it is currently being mined all around the world. In America, the only states that export turquoise gemstones are Nevada, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico. In case you're not familiar with these states, they all have quite large regions of desert, and this is where the turquoise is mostly found. Other major worldwide locations include Afghanistan and Australia, while the USA still remains as the major producer of these fine and precious stones.

In Europe, the first signs of imported turquoise can be traced to the mines in Egypt of Iran. Even today, the world's finest and purest turquoise comes from Iran, from the mines of Nishapur to be more exact, and it's considered a great trade and bartering item since the times of the easily Persians. One of the reasons turquoise made it so big of a success in the Asian countries has most likely something to do with its greenish tint of cyan, and the fact that Asians consider blue a color of luck. Many blue gems and jewels are also believed to contain special powers, for example to bless a journey or to protect a pilgrimage from any kind of harm.

But while turquoise has played its part in decorations and amulets, it has also been used by Aztec kings to make out masks, knives and shields, which obviously have been meant for something else than be used for peaceful means. Native tribes in the USA also believed that a turquoise amulet gives soldiers more strength, swiftness or a better aim for the archers, so they also used the stones in beads, mosaics and carvings of all types. Later on jewelry made way to silver that was introduced to the natives by white man.

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