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Turquoise Beading Tips

The best thing about turquoise is that even the most inexperienced beader can have fun with turquoise beads. No matter the season, turquoise is the most fashionable stone around. Combine that with ..
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Important Turquoise Vocabulary

Stabilized, reconstituted, color enhanced, natural. . . What's it all mean? The word “stone” can be a little deceiving when used in relation to turquoise. Most turquoise is better off being ..
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Turquoise - A Favorite Gemstone

Turquoise beads are as stylish today as they were when they were worn by ancient Egyptian rulers. Turquoise beads were also made and worn by Indians and pioneers. The global popularity of turquoise ..
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Turquoise - How It Is Formed And Where It Is From

Turquoise is a secondary mineral; that is, a mineral that undergoes a chemical change and takes on a new form. Turquoise deposits slowly build up as acidic water seeps through another mineral such as .
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Imitations and Treatments of Turquoise

The first people to develop imitation turquoise was the Egyptians in a kind of pottery called faience. Imitation turquoise was also used amongst glass, enamel, and porcelain. “Viennese turquoise” .
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