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Tales of Turquoise

Tales of Turquoise

 

 

The composition and basic elements of turquoise are as follows.

Turquoise is an opaque, blue-to-green mineral that is a hydrated phosphate made of copper and aluminum, with the chemical formula CuAl6(PO4)4(OH)8·4H2O. It can be blue, blue green and green

Turquoise is rare and valuable in finer grades and has been a prized gemstone for thousands of years because of its unique hue and power energy.

Turquoise is a refreshing and calming while being a highly sophisticated energy.  Turquoise is filled with the energies of wisdom, serenity, wholenes, creativity, emotional balance, prosperity, grounding, friendship, love, and joy just to name a few.

In short, this gemstone/mineral is a rock star in the in the spiritually aligning world.

Turquoise was the first gemstone ever mined.  Evidence of its dates back to the Egyptian peninsula of Sanai 6,000 BC. Today Turquoise is mined all over the world. You can find it in Turkey, England, Australia, Siberia, Chili, China and more.

The versatility and beauty of this stone makes it a favorite for jewelers. But make no mistakes the real magic of this gemstone is the empowering energy it brings for the wearer.  Wearing Turquoise will align the wearer with a whole new realm of possible if they are open.

As mentioned above it is a refreshing stone. Meaning it refreshes and aligns one with what is possible by providing clarity, strength, and connection with inner knowing.

Turquoise is a rock star.  It is a the multi faceted energy gemstone. It will align you and your world with what is possible, and like a rock star on stage it can help you see all the energy your global audience has to offer.

One of our favorite Turquoise pieces in the HeartWear collection is Moana, located in the necklace section of HeartWear. 

Moana is the powerful goddess that resides in our heart and connects with mother earth.  She  is fearless and kind while connecting us with our truth. 

Moana and is made with some powerful turquoise and  water buffalo tooth, a rare find, I come across at a trunk show. 

 

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