Turquoise Stone

Turquoise is an opaque, blue-to-green mineral stone. The stone has been prized as a gem and ornamental stone for thousands of years. Back then, turquoise has been esteemed as a holy stone, a bringer of good fortune or a talisman.

Nowadays, turquoise is still considered to bring good fortune, in a fashionable way. Again the turquoise finds itself back in fashion. Its shining sky blue is one of the most popular trend colors in the world of jewelry and fashion. The color makes us feel happy and cheerful, for in it the light blue of the sky and the green of the sea are combined.

                              My own favorite find from eBay. Absolutely a best buy!
 

A lot of designers have used turquoises as materials of their jewelry collection or clothing beadings, and as inspiration of color to use on dresses or else.

For me, turquoises are as classic as pearls because they are so multifunction. The turquoises can be used for both day and night occasions, in formal and non-formal ways.

For casual daily look, use the small and simple shaped stones. Make sure you choose one shape only, i.e. round only, cube only, etc. so you can combine an all set of necklace, bracelet, and earring without being excessive.

                                              Simple turquoise for daily casual look.
 

For glamorous look, choose one big, bold, statement piece. A great glam turquoise jewelry can contain many unique shapes and mixes of other stone in just one piece.

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