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by:ZH Gems     2020-04-25
The birth stone of December is turquoise, a show-stopping azure precious stone that's been capturing eyes and hearts for milliennia. Wearing the birthstone associated with your birthday is thought to give good luck and protection, and what better way to wear it than in an exquisite turquoise necklace or bracelet, hand crafted and finished in Sterling silver or 9ct gold. Turquoise is made from hydrated copper aluminium phosphate and it is found in igneous rocks which are rich in aluminium. Literally translated it means 'Turkish', a nod to its past when Levantine traders imported the jewel into Europe via Turkey. Turquoise is one of the few opaque gem stones, giving it a distinctive deep-pigmented colour which can vary from green to sky blue depending on its make-up, with or without black veins running through the stone called its matrix. Bright blue is the most sought-after type of the stone, an on-trend colour in fashion and jewellery. Turquoise and blue topaz are the birthstones of December, and Turquoise is also the traditional gem stone for people celebrating their 6th or 11th wedding anniversaries. Turquoise was one of the first semi-precious stones to be excavated, mainly in the Sinai region of Egypt, Iran, and the south west United States and Mexico. Having been mined since as long ago as 3,000 BC, understandably resources of the mineral is running low. This has led to replica gemstones becoming prevalent in jewellery in the modern day, and a higher worth placed on real turquoise. Turquoise offers a historical past rivalled by no other gem stone. The mummy of Queen Zer, the ancient Eqyptian monarch, was found decorated in vivid turquoise bracelets when she was discovered in nineteen hundred. She had chosen the precious stone to wear for 7,500 years. And picture the famous gold death mask of Tutankhamen: it too is embedded with precious turquoise stones. The reason behind its historical significance is that turquoise has been highly valued by a lot of ancient civilisation who thought that it possessed powerful metaphysical properties. Around Asia the gem was believed to protect from the evil eye, and the Aztecs reserved the stone for the Gods in religious masks. In the 16th century American Indians thought that turquoise embodied the spirits of the ocean and sky, using it as both a form of exchange and also to bring fortune and protection to fighters and hunters. Even today turquoise is seen as having protective properties. In modern gemstone therapy it is believed to boost self-confidence and relieve depression, stomach problems, viral infections and rheumatism. If presented as a gift turquoise is perceived as a sign of friendship. Whether you believe in these legends or not, it's hard not to see the beauty which this show-stopping stone has.
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