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Design 11125: green turquoise art-deco earrings
Sterling Silver
2.0 in 13.62 gm
Our price $59.34
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Design 11921: blue,orange turquoise ethnic earrings
Sterling Silver
1.4 in 6.0 gm
Our price $12.04
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Design 11921
Design 13020: blue,green turquoise contemporary, heart earrings
Sterling Silver
2.0 in 7.0 gm
Our price $45.04
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Design 13020
Design 13024: blue,green turquoise contemporary, post earrings
Sterling Silver
2.0 in 7.0 gm
Our price $45.04
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Design 13024
Design 15582: black,green lava earrings

in 11.2 gm
Our price $18.00
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Design 15582
Design 15589: green turquoise earrings

in 6.4 gm
Our price $18.00
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Design 15589
Design 16134: green,white chrysocolla earrings
Sterling Silver
2.0 in 13.5 gm
Our price $10.00
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Design 16134
Design 16194: brown,green turquoise tumbled earrings

1.75 in 12.67 gm
Our price $13.00
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Design 16194
Design 1600: blue turquoise american-southwest earrings
Sterling Silver
1.5 in 6.4 gm
Our price $36.24
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Design 1600
Design 1620: blue,green turquoise american-southwest earrings
Sterling Silver
2.0 in 10.0 gm
Our price $58.30
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Design 1620
Design 9923: blue turquoise post earrings

in 2.3 gm
Our price $23.00
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Design 9923
Design 10702: black,green turquoise art-deco, hoop earrings
Sterling Silver
1.0 in 9.0 gm
Our price $41.74
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Design 10702
Design 11095: green,white turquoise estate earrings
Sterling Silver
2.0 in 12.1 gm
XMAS SALE! $52.74 $36.92
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Design 11095
Design 1376: blue,white turquoise earrings

1.3 in 10.0 gm
XMAS SALE! $6.99 $4.89
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Design 1376
Design 8033: green turquoise american-southwest earrings
Sterling Silver
0.75 in 6.4 gm
XMAS SALE! $30.10 $21.07
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Design 8033
Design 9491: green turquoise earrings
Sterling Silver
2.0 in 10.0 gm
XMAS SALE! $90.14 $63.10
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More about Turquoise: The name turquoise undoubtedly comes from turc (Turkish in French) as it was transported to Europe through Turkey. Turquoise is blue, it is among the oldest known gemstones. Turquoise was in use even before 4000 BC! The Aztec of Mexico commonly used turquoise for their fine mosaic art and introduced the stone to the surrounding areas, where it became known as Chalchihuitl. It graced the necks of Egyptian Pharaohs and adorned the ceremonial dress of early native Americans. A very special stone indeed, Turquoise is a sacred stone to many American Indian tribes and has been used in various jewelry items. The color of turquoise ranges from sky blue through various shades of green to greenish and yellowish gray. The sky-blue variety of turquoise, commonly referred to as robins egg, is the form most desired for jewelry. When excessively exposed to sunlight or heat, this variety may become dehydrated and turn green. Turquoise is opaque except in the thinnest splinters, and has a feeble, faintly waxy lustre. Turquoise is opaque and cryptocrystalline mineral composed chiefly of hydrated copper and aluminum phosphates [CuAl6(PO4)4(OH)8*4H2O]. It is a secondary mineral deposited from circulating waters, and it occurs as granular veins running through a host rock. Turquoise is a very sacred stone used for centuries by the Native Americans in all healing work. Increases protection, meditation energy, wisdom, balance, honest communication, strength, friendship and love. It is said that turquoise will grow pale on a sickly person and recover its color when returned to a healthy person. Overlaps the heart and throat energy centers and connects the three upper and three lower chakras. Beneficial for the entire body, especially the respiratory and immune systems It is good for laryngitis and nervousness in speech Can strengthen entire anatomy and helps improve all diseases. Principal deposits of blue turquoise are located in Neyshabur (Nishapur), Iran. Other varieties are found abundantly throughout Western Turkistan; Egypt, including the Sinai Peninsula; and Mexico. In the U.S., the mineral is worked extensively in the area of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and in parts of California, Nevada, and Arizona.

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