Vienna turquoise is a glass made by compressing an aluminum phosphate precipitate that has been colored with copper oleate. We could find very information on this imitation… Read More »Vienna Turquoise
Polymer clay “turquoise” is a “genuine imitation” in the sense that the brilliant crafts persons who fabricate polymer clay “turquoise” fully acknowledge the materials they… Read More »Polymer Clay Faux Turquoise
African Turquoise is not turquoise at all. It is a type of jasper found in Africa and is often dyed to achieve a turquoise-like color. … Read More »African Turquoise
Turquoise Guide provides information about turquoise and its use in jewelry. In many ways, this site is a tribute to turquoise and the many traditions surrounding its uses in cultures ranging from Native American tribes to the people of Tibet.