Turquoise Gems - Beautiful Blue Cabochon Turquoise Gemstones - Full Range Sizes & Shapes
Turquoise in Grade AAA in Oval CutThis Natural Turquoise Gemstone in the AAA Grade, Displays a Distinguished Bright Light Blue Color, With a Good Cut, Good Polish and No Matrix. This Turquoise Gemstone Has Been Treated With A Porous Gemstone Colorless Agent to Improve Durability and Appearance. NOTE: Be sure to select the RIGHT gemstone/diamond size by millimeter only. Selecting your gemstone/diamond by carat weight is NOT ACCURATE and will most likely be the wrong size. The best way to select the right size gemstone/diamond is to use our size chart image or consult with a local jeweler to measure your setting or gemstone. CLICK HERE FOR A SIZE CHART TO PRINT OUT (*Please set your PDF viewer to 100% for accurate results).$10.00
Beautiful Real Turquoise Cabochon Gemstones
Cultures around the globe revere Turquoise as a mystical and holy gemstone. Its color represents a balance between the clear blue sky above and the ocean depths below. The beauty of Turquoise is unmatched and this affordable gem is always seen as fashionable and stylish.
Celebrate With A Natural Beautiful Turquoise Gemstone
Turquoise is a gem given to those born in December, to celebrate their birth. It is also the gem given in honor of the 6th and 11th wedding anniversaries.
Turquoise Gemstones in Fashion Jewelry
The brilliant blue of Turquoise is in demand as an accessory for contemporary fashions. While Turquoise in silver settings are familiar, designers are more frequently combining Turquoise with yellow gold, and mixing with other gems such as Pearls, Carnelian, Coral and Moonstone. There is no type of jewelry that would not be stunning with Turquoise. Whether it’s a ring, necklace or bracelet, Turquoise is such a flattering stone that it is gorgeous no matter how it is set. Turquoise has a hardness of 5-6 on the Moh’s scale of hardness and is a great choice for everyday wear. Find the perfect calibrated Turquoise gemstone from our amazing gem-quality Turquoise.
Interesting Turquoise Facts
The major sources of Turquoise are Australia, Chile, China, Mexico and the United States. The name Turquoise reflects the fact that the gem was introduced to Europe by Levantine Traders, or Turks. Turquoise has been long revered by Native Americans and Turquoise carvings were placed on gravestones to protect the dead. The powers of Turquoise include wealth, healing, friendship and luck.