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PERSIAN TURQUOISE RING

Persian Turquoise ring is beautifully handmade from 925 silver by an expert artist based in Mashhad.

Persian turquoise is typified by its prized bright robin egg blue colour. Some of the material is clear, bright turquoise blue and some features wonderful pyrite markings and others mottled white and turquoise reminiscent of the markings in larimar.
Turquoise promotes self-realisation and assists creative problem-solving. It is a symbol of friendship and stimulates romantic love. Turquoise aids in the absorption of nutrients enhances the immune system, stimulates the regeneration of tissue, and heals the whole body.

Item Specifications

  • Ring Material: 925 Sterling Silver, Brass
  • Gemstone: Persian Turquoise
  • Gemstone Dimension: 2.7 x 1.8 cm
  • Weight: 20 g
  • Handmade

What’s Included

  • The handmade ring
  • A Persis jewellery gift set.

    About Turquoise jewelry

Turquoise is a translucent to matte aluminum phosphate turquoise or green with copper in it. This stone is known as the jewel of the millennium. The name About Turquoise jewelry is derived from the French word turquoise, which means Turkish stone, because it first entered Europe from Turkey. The color we call turquoise was named after the discovery of this stone.

History of Turquoise

The ancient Egyptians used turquoise as a gemstone and decorative stone. The tomb and tomb of Shah Tutankhamun are decorated with turquoise. The ancient Egyptians believed that blue was a symbol of revival, so turquoise was used for both decoration and superstition. Middle Americans made turquoise mosaics, and the Chinese used turquoise for decoration. Turquoise was used by Native Americans for persian jewelry and decoration. Some believed that turquoise was capable of preserving and caring. The Tibetans believed in the healing properties of turquoise and considered it a valuable gem for centuries.

FIROOZEH KOOBI TURQUOISE ON COPPER ROSE WATER SPRINKLER 35CM
FIROOZEH KOOBI TURQUOISE ON COPPER ROSE WATER SPRINKLER 35CM

Turquoise identification

Turquoise can be identified by its sky blue, greenish blue or apple green and oily to matte clarity. In addition, its hardness of 5 to 6 distinguishes it from similar persian gemstones such as chrysocula, varicose veins and smithsonite. Its hardness helps to distinguish this stone from similar or combined samples

Turquoise: Origin and resources

Turquoise is found in clustered masses in crevices. The best type of turquoise is located in northeastern Iran. Other reserves are found in Afghanistan, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, China, Israel, Mexico, Tanzania and the United States.

About Turquoise jewelry color

Turquoise is the only gemstone that was introduced with the discovery of a new color. Turquoise is sometimes combined with malachite or kirzukola, which gives it a multicolored green and blue appearance. Turquoise found in the United States contains more iron than aluminum, so it is a combination of turquoise and chalcoside. It is green because it contains iron. Turquoise is a rare blue and is usually combined with brown, dark gray or black. These colors were created by minerals or turquoise-containing rocks, also called turquoise bougainvillea. The most popular color is turquoise sky blue (it is called red breast blue or Persian blue) and then blue-green or apple green.

FIROOZEH KOOBI TURQUOISE ON COPPER GRAIL
FIROOZEH KOOBI TURQUOISE ON COPPER GRAIL

 

Turquoise transparency and radiance

Turquoise varies from translucent to opaque, and translucent materials are scarce. The transparency of this persian  gemstone is from oily to matte.

Most turquoises have dark gray, brown, or black imperfections

These defects can be dense or scattered. The best type of turquoise is translucent, pure and without imperfections. Of course, sometimes these imperfections create attractive patterns on the stone, such as cobweb, which is very beautiful.

Turquoise cut and shape

Turquoise is usually cut into coils for earrings, brooches,  persian necklaces, pendants, bracelets, belts and persian rings. Its shape is concave or oval. Because one of the gemstones is not very durable, it is used for decorative carvings. Turquoise spherical beads are useful for bracelets, persian earrings and persian necklaces.

FIROOZEH KOOBI TURQUOISE ON COPPER BONBON DISH
FIROOZEH KOOBI TURQUOISE ON COPPER BONBON DISH

Turquoise preparation

Turquoise is a permeable material, so sometimes it is combined with polymer, wax or plastic to make it more distinctive in color and surface strength. Turquoise color is improved by using oil or paraffin, different colors or copper salt. Turquoise powder glued together with glass, procline and plastic to make turquoise stones. Neolithic is a mock-up of turquoise with a dark boogie called fine turquoise. Neo turquoise is another artificial type of turquoise with a dark bougan. Turquoise is another example of a combination Ever wonder what the best way to store turquoise jewelry is?  This is a question that we will answer in full in the following, so stay tuned. Turquoise is a precious stone in many cultures and is often used as jewelry and other decorative ornaments.  Turquoise is a natural stone that comes mostly in green and blue colors and each of them is different from each other. Of course, cleaning and maintaining turquoise on jewelry is not a difficult task because turquoise is a natural stone.  Turquoise is sensitive to many chemical cleaners such as soap. Most of the appearance of turquoise jewelry has metal. Of course, some artists use gold or gold and silver plating in their stone jewelry. All jewelry dealers explain the changes made in turquoise, and the buyer must be aware that the material is composite or fabricated.

Brands and variety of names in the following list:

Elite rock: A greenish-blue compound of chrysocolla, turquoise, and malachite or other copper ores extracted from copper mines close to the Israeli elite. Kingman Turquoise: A colorful turquoise from a park mine near Kingman, Arizona Persian Turquoise: High quality Iranian turquoise that has an extraordinary sky blue color. Gold needs less attention, but silver may stain. If you use your turquoise jewelry daily, cleaning the turquoise jewelry once a week will help to maintain the appearance of this jewelry. These tips for cleaning turquoise jewelry can protect your stone jewelry and ensure that it is always usable.

Cleaning turquoise jewelry

Use a damp cleanser and a soft toothbrush in clean water: Never add cleaning products to the water or toothbrush with which you are cleaning turquoise jewelry, as chemicals can damage the jewelry.  To clean turquoise, a children’s toothbrush that is very soft can be a good option.

Gently clean the surface of the turquoise stone with a brush:

Rinse the brush under running water and then gently wipe off the gold and silver parts of the jewelry. Do not allow the jewelry to be soaked in water while cleaning the jewelry. Because turquoise is a porous stone that absorbs liquids.

FIROOZEH KOOBI TURQUOISE ON COPPER TORANJ CANDY DISH
FIROOZEH KOOBI TURQUOISE ON COPPER TORANJ CANDY DISH

 

Dry the whole turquoise stone with a soft towel:

Moisture that remains on jewelry may cause turquoise to darken or silver to stain.  You may want to keep your gemstone outside, but first make sure the stone is completely dry. Shine jewelry, especially metal parts, with a jewelry cloth: Do not use harsh, anti-dark chemicals on metals, as they may come in contact with jewelry. Thank you for accompanying us to the end of the article and I h

 

 

Weight0.3 kg
Dimensions15 × 21 × 3 cm
Size

Q17, Q20, Q21, Q22

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