@littlelemuriagems knowledge is power. So is turquoise. π
This is what I have been excited to see! Even if I cannot afford it. Turquoise is my favorite color and my favorite stone. I have an old American Indian ring that has a beautiful stone in it I bought years ago. I love American Indian jewelry! I am excited to see what you have brought back!
Love turquoise so much. I have Native American string of chunks. The color doesn't look dyed. It's soft and beautiful. The stringing broke many years ago and some of the chunks were lost. I restrung it so it's shorter now.
The only turquoise I have is a beautiful ring given to me by a friend (made by her, w a tiny sterling shrimp fork). I love it. I seriously feel, when I put it on, I am covered by this tough, protective mantle and that turquoise will fight for me! I wear it whenever I'm heading into any potentially negative situation.
I. Love. Turquoise. My grandparents both wore it always, and made some jewelry too which I cherish, imperfections and all. If only they hadnβt been chain smokers lol, a couple necklaces have a certain ... smell. Still trying to learn and understand turquoise better - any suggestions how to know more about the different mines, stabilization, etc.? Can not wait to see your goodies!
I love them in their natural form. I've never seen the raw turquoise before!
Oh wow!! Great job