A Brief History of Turquoise Blue – Jewelry With a Natural Blue Color

Turquoise blue is a very popular stone that is mined in different countries all over the world. The turquoise blue color of this stone has a different effect depending upon the production process. There are basically three kinds: “white turquoise”, “light blue” and “very light blue turquoise”. Each person prefers slightly different blue hues. The most famous blue turquoise stone is “a light blue green”.

 

 

“White Turquoise” is the original blue version mined from caves. It is much darker and duller than the modern version. This gem can be found in the South American countries, Turkey, Brazil, Russia, USA, Mexico, Bolivia, Chile, Venezuela and Peru. “Light Blue” or “EEE” is a light version of turquoise, but it is purer and brighter. It can be found in Venezuela, Bolivia, Chile, Turkey, Brazil, Russia, USA, Mexico, Bolivia, Venezuela and Peru.

 

 

“Green Turquoise” is the modern version of turquoise and is the most common of the turquoise varieties. In addition to being a good medium turquoise, it is also a very nice dark turquoise. It is usually mined in North America, Turkey and the USA. “Blue” and “very light blue” are lighter versions of green turquoise.

 

The word turquoise comes from the Latin word “turgra”, which means “dried blood”. The dried blood of animals was often used as a fertilizer for gardens and farms, and so this naturally occurring mineral was used as a fertilizer for jewelry. Today, turquoise has many uses and is a popular gemstone. It is used both as a fine ornamental stone and as a base mineral in jewelry.

Types Of Turquoise Other Than Turquoise Blue

There are several different types of turquoise. One is called “host rock”, and is a dark copper colored stone. This form of turquoise is most commonly found in Turkey, Venezuela and Bolivia. Host rock turquoise has a very high concentration of aluminum and copper, and thus is a very heavy metal. Very few veins of turquoise host rock exist, which makes this form of turquoise very rare and valuable.

 

“Blanca Turquoise” is an offshoot of the host rock turquoise. It is composed of a high amount of copper and tin and is very attractive in blue shades. It is very similar in shade to turquoise blue, and its major difference lies in its translucency. Blanca turquoise displays huge blue veins that can easily be seen. While it is quite similar in color to turquoise blue, it possesses a slightly clearer blue hue.

 

“Petrifica Turquoise” is the most sought after type of turquoise due to its beautiful blue-to-green mineral makeup. This blue-to-green mineral is the most abundant in the world and is used in everything from jewelry to fossil fuels. Its low content of copper makes it more valuable than other forms of turquoise gemstone.

 

Turquoise is a beautiful gemstone with many different shades of blue. Blue veins add an intense blue tone to turquoise. Different shades of blue make it unique among all gemstones. Blue-to-green minerals make turquoise one of the most aesthetically pleasing and beneficial of all gemstones.

 

Turquoise Blue

 

Jewelry made from turquoise has a long history. It was in ancient times associated with royalty. The rich colors in turquoise gemstone were considered a status symbol that only the nobility were able to afford. Today, turquoise jewelry is very popular. Many celebrities and wealthy families are noted for their love of this rich stone.

 

Turquoise has been found in numerous ancient burial sites as well. It is thought that the stone was used by Native Americans thousands of years ago as an indestructible talisman. The healing properties of turquoise were known to the early settlers of America. Many white settlers were buried with turquoise stone stones.

 

 

The blue color in turquoise is believed to help ward off evil spirits. Small amounts of the blue color may not be noticeable in natural turquoise. But, when artificial blue is added to the stone, the results can be amazing. Turquoise that has been treated with an ultra violet light will help protect the wearer from the dangers of the sun.

 

Many people have mixed feelings about the color blue. Many people feel that it is too weak a color. Some also think that turquoise should only be used in black color schemes or if the wearer wants a very strong color. Reconditioned turquoise beads and matrix are excellent alternative to blue. Matrix turquoise beads can have a more traditional color, but they are also a very good fashion statement.