Turquoise, also known as turquoise, is also known as Turkyu (French and English: turquoise) and Turkish rock. Due to the difference in the elements contained, the colors are different, mostly sky blue, light blue, green blue, green, pale green with white. When the copper-containing oxide is blue, the iron-containing oxide is green, and the color is an important factor that affects the quality of the turquoise. Turquoise is best made of porcelain with blue sky and glazed porcelain. If there are irregular iron wires, their quality will be worse. The value of white turquoise is lower than that of blue and green. In the block, the iron "black line" is called "iron line turquoise", and in other countries it is called "blue slate turquoise".
Turquoise is one of the ancient gemstones. It has a splendid history of thousands of years and is deeply loved by people of all ages. As early as ancient Egypt, ancient Mexico, and ancient Persia, Turquoise was regarded as a mystery and a ward for evil, as an amulet and a funerary object. Turquoise is simple and elegant, has been favored by people in many countries for thousands of years, and even reached superstition. The Egyptians used turquoise to carve their gods to protect their treasures; Indians believe that wearing turquoise ornaments can ward off evil spirits and get the blessing of gods; Chinese Tibetans believe that turquoise is the embodiment of God, a symbol of power and status, and is the most The popular sacred ornament was used as the first king's crown to serve as a altar offering. Turquoise is recognized as a "stone of December birth" both at home and abroad. It represents victory and success and has a reputation as a "stone of success."
When wearing turquoise jewelry, it is best to keep away from cosmetics, perfumes and other items to avoid damage to gemstone jewelry. Turquoise has a small hardness, is brittle, and jeopardizes other hard objects. It should also attract attention when worn.
(The beads themselves are imperfect; this is their most primitive appearance.)
In fact, it is self-cultivation, which is Yan Yan’s view.
Three links Buddha head: ore turquoise
7mm wide and 12.5mm long
Bracelet: Approximately 4.5mm Turquoise Beads
Matching beads: turquoise laughing Buddha
Matching beads 3-4.5mm lapis lazuli
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# Turquoise playing with the plate will change the color