Favorite Blue Gemstones – Turquoise
Turquoise comes in all colors from sky blue to gray-green and occurs in places where there are high concentrations of copper in the soil. The blue color is produced by copper and green by iron. You can find various blue gemstones names at https://cwordsworth.com/blue-gemstones/ with the properties of blue color.
Often, debris passes through blood vessels that are brown, light gray, or black in color. They depend on where it is found and what mineral deposits are in the area. They are known as the "turquoise matrix". Turquoise usually occurs in veins or cracks, or in cuts.
The most beautiful turquoise in a beautiful light blue color comes from deposits in Northern Iran and from the famous Sleeping Beauty mine in Arizona. Turquoise, the old stone, continues to be at the forefront of fashion. Its bright blue sky is one of the most popular trending colors in the world of jewelry.
This gem has been considered a sacred lucky stone for thousands of years. The oldest evidence is found in Egypt, where the tombstone is encrusted with turquoise from around 3000 BC.
The Mexican Aztecs decorated their ceremonial masks with this stone, which they believed was sacred. North American Indians, who still make silver traditional jewelry with turquoise believe that the sky blue colored gemstone makes a connection between the sea and the sky.
Turquoise is believed to protect virtue and innocence, attract money, love and happiness. It is considered a good cure for all ailments, awakens wisdom and understanding, strengthens trust and kindness.