Turquoise is an opaque mineral of sky-blue, bluish-green, apple-green, grayish-green color. The increasingly rare sky-blue turquoise from Iranian deposits is accepted as the standard of quality among jewelers. Turquoise in Persian means victory. Blue turquoise is a stone of solid energy. It is a stone of independent and brave fighters. It is no accident that in the old days, turquoise was often decorated with knife handles. Turquoise jewelry forms fearlessness, fortitude, and assertiveness. The Persians said: the one who wears turquoise will never see the royal wrath. There is a belief that if you look at turquoise in the morning, you will be carefree during the day.

Turquoise is considered the best remedy for the evil eye. She contributes to wealth, and there is also an opinion that she maintains peace in the family by stopping the quarrels of spouses. Therefore, in Russia and Germany, wedding rings were even cut out of turquoise.

Turquoise is subject to aging, so the stone may become greenish or darker in color over the years.

Green turquoise is a stone of mature people who have achieved their goals. The enormous energy of turquoise helps in achieving long-term goals.

Some women believe that if turquoise has turned green over time, she has died and become a dead stone and is afraid to wear it. Usually, turquoise darkens, and the blue color disappears because a woman actively uses cosmetics. This porous stone absorbs these creams and changes color. Some people think turquoise is darker. Because she took on the illnesses and misfortunes of the owner. And be afraid to wear this jewelry with green turquoise. What advice?

Suppose you feel that the color of your turquoise has become unpleasant to you. In that case, it means that you have already taken everything from this stone, and you need to get rid of it by replacing it with another, lighter one.

            What is Bisbee blue turquoise?

Biryuz Bisby was initially discovered by Phelps Dodge during copper mining in the 1950s. It was found in the Bisby mine area in a place known as the Lavendar mine. They discovered deposits of Bisby turquoise until the mid-late 60s. When the most significant turquoise was being mined from the mine, the company made no organized effort to extract it. It was simply loaded into large dump trucks and taken to a "dump." Almost all the turquoise found was collected by the company's employees, who brought it home in their lunch boxes. In this regard, the activity was banned and rarely applied. For several years (mainly from the beginning to the end of the 70s), these people, whom the locals call "dumpers", have been the only source of this beautiful American turquoise.