6 Ct Natural Untreated Unbacked Blue Diamond Turquoise Gemstone Gem Cabochon Usa
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6 Ct Natural Untreated Unbacked Blue Diamond Turquoise Gemstone Gem Cabochon Usa:
One of the best stones out their period!
Gemstone weight- 6 ct
Gemstone size- 18.57/14.9/2.9mm
All Gemstones are 100% Natural, Untreated And Unbacked. Lapidary and silver work done by me, Jared Ayers, right here In Tucson, AZ USA.
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Blue Diamond Turquoise is a Rich deep electric blue Turquoise producing mine in Nevada.one of the hardest turquoise ever produced. Considered a hat mine, mines so small you could cover it with a hat. Limited quantity.
Blue Diamond was mined mostly in the 60s and 70s. This material was mined in the early 60’s. The best Old Stock. It ranges from dark blue, light Blue, or green with a jet black matrix of chert. Black on blue is Hard to beat as far as esthetics go. Another common look of Blue Diamond Turquoise is dark blue with smoky black matrix, somewhat like Bisbee Turquoise From The Lavender Pit. Blue Diamond Turquoise is one of the best and hardest Turquoises to ever come out of the ground. The best pieces can Rival Lander Blue Turquoise with the jet black spider web matrix and Electric vivid blue colors. This is a classic American Turquoise Look. The mine produces a ton of different colors. It is a truly special turquoise and near Impossible to find.
Starting in the 1960’s , the Process of Stabilization was introduced. Basically chalk turquoise too soft to polish was glued together. Literally 95% of the turquoise you see is stabilized meaning it’s cheap and not rare at all. Fake in my opinion. Yes it came out of the ground, but no it is not Natural. I strictly deal in the top 5% of Natural And Untreated Gemstones. This means it comes out of the ground HARD with no need to enhance it in any way. Earth is truly the best artist. I just help out a little. As soon as Turquoise is treated in any way, it looses 90% of its value. Stabilized turquoise vs natural Untreated turquoise is like comparing cubic zirconia to a diamond to give you some reference. Natural Untreated Gemstones only thank you very much.
Turquoise is One of the most well known and sought out gemstones to ever be mined. Turquoise has been mined and used in Jewelry since around 6000 BCE. Worn by ancient Egyptians such as King Tut and Queen Cleopatra for it protective and healing ability’s. Turquoise was considered a sacred stone by the Native Americans, who used it as a powerful healing tool for creating a connection between heaven and Earth. This all-in-one stone is considered a master healer because it promotes an energetic flow of the highest vibration of love, the spiritual super food to heal the world.
Turquoise ranges from Deep Robins Egg Blue like the famous Lander Blue Turquoise, All the way to near white Turquoise such as sacred Buffalo. The Deeper The Blue The More Copper Content. If the Turquoise is Green, this is do to the presence of iron. If it is Bright Green Turquoise, this is usually do to the presence of Zinc. Turquoise has many different shades and colors and all are gorgeous.
The color turquoise is associated with meanings of refreshing, feminine, calming, sophisticated, energy, wisdom, serenity, wholeness, creativity, emotional balance, good luck, spiritual grounding, friendship, love, joy, tranquility, patience, intuition, and loyalty.
Turquoise strengthens the meridians of the body and the subtle energy fields, enhancing communication between the physical and spiritual worlds. Placed on the Third Eye, it supports intuition and meditation. On the Throat Chakra, it releases old vows, inhibitions, and allows the soul to express itself once more. It explores past lives and regards fate as ongoing and dependant on one's action at any moment.
Turquoise is a stone for finding wholeness and truth, and communicating and manifesting those qualities. It stimulates and harmonizes the Throat Chakra, making it easier to articulate and bring forth one's deepest wisdom. Turquoise empowers those who are shy about sharing their understanding and aids in the knowledge that in speaking from the wholeness of our being.
Turquoise is a blue to green mineral consisting of copper aluminum phosphate. The mineral is a phosphate of aluminum, which includes a small percent of copper. The copper is what gives the mineral its blue coloring. When the turquoise mineral is associated with iron, that’s when you get the greenish turquoise. If the mineral contains zinc, the turquoise mineral will be a yellowish o Vivid Lime Green color.
The mineral turquoise is formed by a chemical reaction which occurs when water containing specific minerals such as copper and aluminum leak through a rock. It forms in veins, which later then turn into a clump of turquoise.
Turquoise deposits are found in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, California, Nevada, Virginia, and Utah. The turquoise mineral is considered one of the highest value minerals in the world by most collectors. American turquoise is valued by its matrix pattern, color, hardness, and by origin. The most valuable turquoise is found in the Southwest USA.
The Anasazi, in the Southwestern part of the United States had opened their turquoise mine by 1000 AD.
turquoise is the designated birthstone for the month of December, it is also the recognized gemstone for the 11th wedding anniversary.
Turquoise is sacred to many Native Americans, believed to have strong metaphysical properties for spiritual growth.
Turquoise is a stone of strength, good for fatigue, despair, panic attacks and depression. It improves psychic and physical immune systems, and supports the absorption of nutrients, viral infections, and alleviating pollution. Turquoise is an anti-inflammatory and detoxifying stone, which also helps in reducing excess acidity and benefits rheumatism, gout, and the stomach.
Turquoise aids in problems of the eyes, brain, neck, ears, and throat, particularly migraine pains, cataract and headaches. It is also supportive to the respiratory system thereby treating allergies and disorders in lungs. It is also thought to cure speech disorders such as stumbling and stammering.
Turquoise Stones have been in use for thousands of years, and are some of the oldest stones to be made into jewelry.
They have impressive metaphysical properties, and powerful healing stones.
The natural energy of these stones will help you to communicate with truth.
They have a strong effect within the throat chakra.
The distinct vibration of these stones resonate within the throat and third eye chakras, allowing to access past life knowledge.
This may be helpful if you are aiming to work in psychic employment as they enhance your effectiveness to communicate what comes through from spirit, within your day to day physical life.