Turquoise forms when water percolates through mineral deposits containing aluminum, copper, zinc or iron, a chemical reaction which can take millions of years to occur. Furthermore, depending on natural conditions it can be produced in several variations of colours and vein patterns. The majority of turquoise appears blue due to concentrations of copper and aluminum, however Chinese and Tibetan variations also possesses iron which makes the stone appear more green. The name ‘”Turquoise'” derives from the ‘Turks’ who first introduced the stone to the Europeans.
Australia, U.S.A, Mexico, China, Tibet
Spring Hues of Blue, BraceletsStyle your wrist with this turquoise bracelet, made from a contrasting combination of reconstituted turquoise and brilliant 925 sterling silver. Materials: Reconstituted Turquoise, Sterling Silver Measurements: Bracelet length; 6.75 inches| Charm Length; 9mm Width; 5 mm
BraceletsA vibrant bohemian style bracelet, perfect for a summer day's outfit. This piece is set in sterling silver with synthetic turquoise and lapis lazuli inlays. The colour combination is inspired from the hues of the sky and the sea. Materials: Sterling Silver, Reconstituted Turquoise, Synthetic Lapis Lazuli Measurements: Bracelet Length; 7.75 Inches| Width; 0.2 inches