Turquoise natural stone bracelet with a length of 18-19 CM including the average apparatus is designed from natural amorphous broken stone.
Turquoise Stone Features
Turquoise Stone, written in English as Turquoise and also known as Turquoise Stone, is also known as the Turkish Stone because it was used in war materials by the Turks in ancient times. The history of turquoise stone actually goes back thousands of years. It dates back to the ancient Egyptian period. It was also used in Ancient Greek sources and during the Aztec period.
It has always been a stone believed to bring luck and luck and protect against the evil eye. Turquoise stone has found a place throughout history in jewelry making, as ornaments in places, in embroidering war materials for luck, and in many other areas.
Turquoise is from the Phosphate Minerals group. It contains Phosphate, Copper and Aluminum. Turquoise stone (Firuze) has a non-transparent, opaque and waxy structure. It can be found in the most beautiful colors of blue, from sky blue to turquoise blue, green blue and blue gray. The highest quality turquoise stones are sky blue in color with no veins or lines, but turquoises with a few golden dots or veins are also very beautiful and are highly preferred. Since its hardness level is between 5-6, it is a stone that can be easily used in jewelry making. The main places where turquoise stone is mined are America, Israel, Mexico, Tibet, Chile, Australia, Iran, Afghanistan.
Hardness: 5 – 6
Specific Gravity : 2.60 – 2.90
Chemical Formula and Group: CuAl6(PO4)4(OH)8 4-5H2O and Oxides
Color: Turquoise, sky blue , greenish blue, bluish grey
Places of Origin: America, Israel, Mexico, Tibet, Chile, Australia, Iran, Afghanistan
Chakras: Throat< br /> Zodiac sign: Sagittarius, Libra, Taurus, Virgo, Gemini