Charlene K Green Turquoise Ring

What is the turquoise gemstone?
Turquoise is a sky-blue or green translucent to opaque basic aluminum phosphate that contains copper. It is rare and valuable in finer grades and has been prized as a gem and ornamental stone for thousands of years owing to its unique hue.

What Makes Turquoise Jewelry So Special?
Turquoise jewelry has been cherished and celebrated for centuries for its vibrant glowing coloration and artistic design. Along with its visibly brilliant appearance, turquoise is believed to promote a better quality of life.

Turquoise gemstone meaning and significance varies from culture to culture. Each society or group of people gives turquoise gemstones a slightly different meaning.

Since 3000 BCE, turquoise has been valued all over the world for its beauty. It is commonly used in jewelry and other adornments. You don’t have to spend a fortune to receive one of these beautiful stones; they are available for affordable prices here at Charlene K jewelry http://www.CharleneK.com

 

Charlene K Green Turquoise Gold Ring

Lime Green Turquoise is very popular for its bright color that stands out in Southwestern Jewelry. The lime green color also goes great with other colorful gemstones such as Coral, Spiny Oyster, Lapis, Sugilite and even Sleeping Beauty Turquoise. Lime Green Turquoise is one of the most desirable colors in multi-colored Inlaid Jewelry as well. It is truly a beautiful gemstone and is also a rarity for Turquoise to be Lime Green. Lime Green Turquoise actually lacks certain minerals (mainly copper) which is the reason it is colored lime green. There are other gemstones such as Faustite, Calcasiderite and Variscite that come close to Lime Green Turquoise but they are not actually Turquoise.

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