Turquoise  Gemstones

The turquoise gemstone is a semi-precious gemstone of the phosphate mineral family that ranges in color from light blue to deep bluish-green. It is said to have a lot of astrological and therapeutic advantages. According to Western astrology, this popular turquoise has long been treasured in a variety of cultures. It is one of the birthstones connected to December and is considered to offer luck, calm, and protection. Beyond their stunning blue color, turquoise stones have a variety of symbolic meanings.



What is a turquoise gemstone?

The colors of opaque turquoise range from blue to green. While many stones have brown veins running through them, the most expensive turquoise stones typically have a more consistent, smooth tint. Its energy is peaceful, soothing, and protective, making it useful for a variety of feng shui purposes. Since the stone was probably brought to Medieval Europe by Turkish sources, the word "turquoise" is derived from a French word that means "Turkish." Turquoise has a fair to good hardness grade on the Mohs scale, which ranges from 5 to 6.

The beautiful gemstone turquoise is a naturally occurring creation of the earth. It has a long history of being used because it makes exquisite jewelry. Since the stone is from Turkey and Turkish traders were among the first to introduce it to other parts of the world, the name turquoise is derived from the French "Pierre Turquoise," which means "turquoise stone." This eye-catching gemstone is known to local Indians as Feroza.

What are Turquoise Gemstones used for?

The gemstone turquoise helps to improve communication and expression and has a strong connection to the throat chakra. In addition to balancing all of the chakras, it is frequently used for therapeutic purposes. Additionally, it can assist you in letting go of self-destructive habits and increasing your capacity for love and forgiveness.

What are the properties of Turquoise Gemstone?

The luster of turquoise is glossy. Typically, it is blue-green with matrix veins that are brown or black. To give turquoise a uniformly brilliant color, some of it has been dyed. The majority of turquoise is stabilized to increase durability and gloss.

It is mined all throughout the world, with different regions producing different stone hues and properties, from the vivid sky blue-matrix-free Sleeping Beauty turquoise from Arizona to the abrasive, organic yellow tints and thick matrix mined from Africa.

Natural turquoise that resembles white chalk has a consistency similar to chalk turquoise. To create beads that are strong enough to be used in jewelry, it is stabilized and dyed in pleasant hues.

When looking for high-quality turquoise jewelry, consider these gemstone properties:

Turquoise comes in a variety of colors, including turquoise, blue, and yellow. Copper gives turquoise its blue hues; chromium, vanadium, and iron give it its green and yellow. 

Diamond Weight. Commercial sales of turquoise gemstones typically range from 4 to 8 carats. Larger diamonds are ideal for use as ornaments.

Clarity: The majority of turquoise stones are opaque; they are matte and include colorful matrixes, which resemble spider webs. Turquoise matrix patterns range from black to gold and are stunningly lovely.

Cut:  Turquoise gems of the highest quality are usually cut into cabochons, inlays, and carvings. Beads are made from inferior stones, whether they are polished or cut "nugget style."

Where is Turquoise Gemstone found?

Since North America has been mining turquoise for hundreds of years, the states of Arizona and Nevada have consistently held the majority of the region's richest deposits. With mines located in San Bernardino and Inyo counties, California has long been a well-known supplier of the opaque blue gemstone. It is frequently associated with the American Southwest and mines in Arizona and New Mexico.

But even before that, the Sinai Peninsula was a source of turquoise mining; the ancient Egyptians called the Sinai region Mafkat, or "land of turquoise."

What color is Turquoise Gemstone?

The most sought-after and valuable color type of turquoise is thought to be the clear, constant blue (sleeping beauty) stone. In general, the market value of turquoise increases with the depth and uniformity of the blue color. The slight bluish-green turquoise can now command a high price if the color is dispersed evenly across the surface. Turquoise that is yellow or grayish-blue is thought to be of lower grade and therefore more expensive.

Where to buy turquoise gemstones in the USA?

These days, finding a genuine turquoise gemstone is difficult. The decrease in supply and rise in popularity of turquoise in the global jewelry market are to blame for this. Most of the well-known turquoise mines are already exhausted or almost exhausted as a result of overmining. Due to this, there is a shortage of premium, natural turquoise on the market. 

Many fraudulent dealers attempt to mislead buyers by charging more for synthetic turquoise stones. So, in order to make your gemstone buying secure and enjoyable, it is crucial to pick a renowned gem store or a trustworthy turquoise provider.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is turquoise stone good for?

A: Turquoise is a relaxing stone that can bring inner peace and restore downcast spirits. Turquoise is thought to enhance the body's detoxification process as well as clearing negative emotions from the mind. Turquoise is an excellent stone for meditation since it promotes serenity and protection.

Q: Is turquoise a powerful stone?

A: One of the most spiritual stones in the crystal universe is turquoise.

Turquoise helps to improve communication and expression and has a strong connection to the throat chakra. 

In addition to balancing all of the chakras, it is frequently used for therapeutic purposes. Additionally, turquoise can assist you in letting go of self-destructive behaviors and increasing your ability for love and forgiveness.

Q: Which color Turquoise should I wear to gain maximum astrological benefits?

A: A clear, brilliant blue or somewhat bluish-green turquoise is highly advised astrologically. When selecting a Feroza or Turquoise stone for astrological use, one should always search for a stone with few, if any, noticeable defects and good clarity. Most Persian stones are well-colored, with few if any noticeable veins or blemishes. As a result, it may be the best option for those looking for a natural Feroza stone to achieve the greatest level of success in life.

Q: What are these dark patches on the backside of the Turquoise gem?

A: Most turquoise gemstones are naturally rough and porous. Being a delicate gemstone, it is frequently strengthened with resin patches (called laakh in Hindi) from the back to make it more durable. 

It is a reputable business approach that has no impact on the turquoise gemstone's inherent qualities, both material and spiritual.

Q: Which metal should I prefer for wearing Turquoise gemstone?

A: To achieve the greatest astrological results, it is ideal to wear a turquoise stone in silver metal. However, based on personal preference and price range, one may also wear this gemstone in gold or platinum. At National Facet, we have a lovely selection of loose turquoise stones that may be made into stunning rings, pendants, and bracelets at your choice.

Q: How can I determine the turquoise's carat weight for astrological purposes?

A: According to highly skilled astrologers, the appropriate carat weight of turquoise (for rings) is 1/10th of the wearer's body weight (in kg). However, it is recommended to choose a larger  stone (over 20 carats) if one wants to design the turquoise in a bracelet so that it touches the skin appropriately.

Q: Where can I buy Turquoise gemstone?

A: At National Facet, we have a lovely selection of loose turquoise stones that we can fashion into stunning rings, pendants, and bracelets for you.

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Q: What does turquoise symbolize?

A: Predicting danger has a significant role in the symbolism and mythology of turquoise. Some people think that turquoise stones, like malachites, can warn their owners by breaking. Evidently, changes in color indicate an imminent sickness. 

Turquoise and rainbows were said to be related, according to a popular belief.

The sea-green stone was a symbol of purity worn by Greek maidens. In the meantime, maidens in England gave their boyfriends gifts of turquoise as a symbol of enduring love. The blue-green stones also represent love in Russian culture. In fact, many couples include them in their wedding rings.

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