The Jewelry Insider

December 10, 2010

Turquoise Necklace

Although turquoise has appeared in the fashions and cultures of the world for centuries, nobody knows exactly when it came to our attention. Explorers such as Marco Polo took time to write about it. Certainly, the prehistoric peoples of the Western hemisphere knew about turquoise; pieces have been found in burial and archeological sites throughout the two continents. The Aztecs also mined turquoise in an area now known as New Mexico and a significant amount of turquoise comes from Arizona, California and Nevada in the United States. It seems clear that turquoise has been considered a stone of life and good fortune for thousands of years. It was believed to have healing properties, and regarded as a holy stone, a good-luck-charm or a talisman. Thus, throughout the history of turquoise stones and jewelry, it was always worn as protection to ward off the influence of dark and evil powers. Turquoise is the one of the official birthstone for the month of December and has become very famous recently with the unique style, shape and elegance that it presents. Turquoise necklaces go with any outfit- giving a little color to a work outfit or spicy up a outfit to go out on the town.

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