BASICS OF TURQUOISE WEDDING RING
A stunning turquoise is the best way to mark special December days. A turquoise wedding ring, or any other turquoise jewelry, can be the perfect gift for someone special.
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Callais is also known as turquoise. It is a beautiful blue-green mineral that contains a chemical compound of aluminum, copper, and phosphate. This stone is opaque, unlike many other gems. While purely colored gems are most valuable, the stones can also have strong inclusions. These include small marbling or web textures in stone that create subtle shades of brown, white or black. The most valuable and rarest of all turquoise wedding ring colors is the rich blue. However, this stone can be found in a variety of shades, from pale whitish to robin’s eggs, powder, and sky blue. Although they are not the most desirable, greenish tones can be used to make beautiful jewelry. They can be as simple as yellow-green to apple green.
The most valuable turquoise was mined in Iran and Persia. It is still being mined in many parts of the Middle East including Egypt and Israel. The southwestern United States is home to many productive mines of turquoise, including those in Arizona, California and Texas. Turquoise is also mined elsewhere in the world in China, India and Turkestan as well as Australia, Mexico, Mexico, and Mexico.
TURQUOISE SYMBOLISM AND ITS MEANING
Empowerment Symbolism –
Turquoise, a powerful stone that has been around for millennia, is believed to be a symbol of heaven and to bring good fortune, strength, and empowerment to its wearers. Turquoise is believed to protect against falls and accidents and can be used to foretell death or ward off evil eyes.
Turquoise is believed to promote ambition, leadership and success. Turquoise is a symbol stone for December birthdays. It is also associated with the 11th wedding anniversary, and the Zodiac sign Sagittarius.
Celebrity Symbolism –
A turquoise ring is the perfect choice for those who enjoy Hollywood’s glamour. It’s a favourite of royalty and celebrities. This style is worn by top celebrities such as Cher, SissySpacek, Jennifer Lawrence, and Heidi Klum.
HISTORY OF TURQUOISE WEDDING RING
Turquoise wedding ring is a popular stone for jewelry and ornamentation. It was used extensively in Persia and Egypt in ancient Persia, where it was featured on the roofs of famous mosques. The royal Egyptian pharaohs wore it. The Aztecs used turquoise to make mosaics and masks in the New World. Many Native American tribes have used the stone in pendants and amulets, including the Pueblo and Navajo tribes.