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925 Sterling Silver / Turquoise/ Indian Blanket Opaline/ Tri Colour Gaspeite
Turquoise is a sky-blue or green translucent to opaque basic aluminum phosphate that contains copper. It has been prized as a gemstone for millennia. The name “turquoise” comes from the French “turqueise”, meaning “Turkish stone”, because it was first transported to Europe via a Turkish nation. The color that we recognize as turquoise was named after this gemstone.
Turquoise was used by the ancient Egyptians and Aztecs as a jewelry gemstone and decorative stone. King Tutankhamun’s burial mask and tomb was inlaid with turquoise. The ancient Egyptians believed that the color blue was a symbol of regeneration, so turquoise was treasured for both decorative and superstitious purposes. The Mesoamericans created turquoise mosaics and the Chinese carved turquoise into ornaments. Turquoise was also used by Native Americans in works of art and jewelry, some of whom believed that it possessed protective properties. The Tibetans believe in the healing properties of turquoise and have valued turquoise jewelry for centuries.
Indian Blanket Opaline A variety of falspar. A highly evolved mineral healer. Energizes blood. Aids kidneys, lungs, liver, gallbladder, and pancreas. Aids tissue regeneration. Vitalizing. Enhances attunement with inner self. Facilitates concentration. Opens the heart. Warming, social, joyous. 2nd, 3rd, and 4th chakras.
Gaspeite is an uncommon green and brown stone that has been found in only two locations in the world. The West Australian stone has been used by the local Aboriginal people since deep in the past, in the Dreamtime, to help them to experience visions.Others who have used the stone have found that it has strong healing attributes. It aids healing and has excellent metaphysical properties to aid weight loss and to help you to clear clutter.Did you know that this crystal is an excellent stone to help you to better utilize the energy of coincidence or synchronicity? It embodies a highly spiritual vibration that will aid spiritual communication and assist contact with other worlds.
This stone has been found in Canada and Australia. The meaning of it’s name comes from the location of its discovery at the Gaspe Peninsula in Canada.
Both the Canadian and the Australian Gaspeite deposits of this stone have been depleted, so it is now labeled as a rare stone. There is still some of the stone in the hands of collectors, and it is still reaching the market when sold from estates. Tri colour gaspeite is the most uncommon.