The Turquoise Rings Look Beautiful and GorgeousTurquoise rings is opaque precious mineral, the composition of hydratedcopper aluminum phosphate with traces of copper and iron from which derivesits specific blue-green color. The mineral composition may have other colors,but as such it is not appreciated in Gemmology. Despite the fortresses that isless suitable for use in wholesale turquoise jewelry, can be polished if it issufficiently compact. Aggregates turquoise rings are specific in that theycontain a network of other minerals, usually iron oxides or hydroxides.Turquoise name originates from the French word for Turkish. It was namedbecause it was once thought that this mineral comes from Turkey, becauseEurope is supplied it is from this country. However, Turkish traders aresupplied from other countries, and sell to the Venetian merchants who still sellthem in Europe. The true origin of turquoise that was brought from Turkey islikely Alimersage mountains in Persia and the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt. Thesetwo areas are the oldest known areas of operation performed turquoise.Also, feather earrings have traditional beliefs, this is no exception forturquoise rings. It was thought to bring good luck and good health when youget a gift with love. Also, it was believed that its color fades in life or owner issick, and when the danger of penetration, and regain its intense turquoisecolor.
Science, of course, explains this phenomenon in other ways. The hightemperature blue color turns into green. Also, the color may fade under theinfluence of light of different chemicals, or loss of natural moisture.The most famous turquoise deposits in the world:Shadowy cave in Nishapur, Iran, Uadi Magara near the western edge of theSinai Peninsula in Egypt, Cukvikamata copper deposits in Chile; Serilos Mines,Turquoise Mountains and Santa Rita copper mines in New Mexico, USA.Varieties and various terms used in turquoise:- Agapit / agafit - Persian turquoise glass;- American or Mexican turquoise - a term often used in the market for a paleblue to greenish, usually relatively porous turquoise, regardless of theirgeographic origin
- Aztec stone - this term is used for a variety of minerals, among other things,the green turquoise.