Turquoise Natural Gemstone Pebbles by the Bag
Turquoise is a beloved and spiritual gemstone often used in jewelry and metaphysical practices by people across the globe. It is the gemstone that gave Tiffany & Co its signature blue color as Turquoise was once a prominent stone in the Tiffany jewelry catalog. Turquoise is a gemstone that has been used in jewelry by royalty and nobility across the world, being a much coveted stone by the French, Egyptians, Tribal Americans, and ancient civilizations.
These specimens are from Arizona, USA.
You will receive approximately half an ounce bag, the individual stones are 0.2"-0.75" on the longest side. Shape, color, and size of stones varies (as shown in photo) since these are natural materials.
Specimens are natural materials and stones may feature natural internal fractures, dips, caverns, or inclusions consistent with the growth pattern of the stone. Coloration varies from specimen to specimen.Photos indicate the type, style, material, and quality range of the item. The exact specimens shown in photos may no longer be available.
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