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  • Turquoise Ring of Wisdom
  • Turquoise Ring of Wisdom
  • Turquoise Ring of Wisdom
  • Turquoise Ring of Wisdom
  • Turquoise Ring of Wisdom
  • Turquoise Ring of Wisdom
  • Turquoise Ring of Wisdom
  • Turquoise Ring of Wisdom
  • Turquoise Ring of Wisdom
  • Turquoise Ring of Wisdom

Turquoise was so named because it was initially brought to Europe by way of Turkey.  This stone is one of the first gems to be used in jewelry.

Turquoise Gemstone Mythology:

Turquoise was considered by ancients to be a sacred stone, protective against all manners of evil and ill health. 

This beautiful gemstone is mined in Iran and the southwestern United States.  A gift of Turquoise represents friendship and luck.

The Persian word for turquoise is "ferozah" or "firozah", which means victorious.

Turquoise is one of the oldest known gem materials. The Egyptians were mining turquoise in the Sinai as early as 5,500 BC.

The blue color of turquoise was thought to have powerful metaphysical properties by many ancient cultures.

In ancient Mexico, turquoise was reserved for the gods and could not be worn by mere mortals.

In Asia, turquoise was considered as an effective protection against the evil eye.

In Tibet even today, turquoise is by far the most popular of all materials used for personal adornment.

In the United States South West, the Apache believed that turquoise helped warriors and hunters to aim accurately.

The Zuni believed that it protected them from demons. Another belief was that turquoise had the power to protect the wearer from injury from falling, especially falling from horse-back, and that it made the horse more sure footed.

Turquoise was also thought to promote prosperity and is, alternating with zircon, the birthstone for December.

  • Stainless Steel

  • Available in sizes 8-11

  • Intricate ring design

  • Turquoise gem will vary slightly - each ring is unique!

 

 

Ring sizing chart - The Leah Shop

 How to measure your ring size:

  1. Cut a strip of paper or string that can wrap around your finger

  2. Wrap around your finger so it fits snug (not too tight)

  3. Mark where the two ends meet

  4. Measure the length to mark against a ruler.

  5. Use the chart above.

 

 

 

Note: Shipping & handling can take up to 3-4 weeks for international orders.

Turquoise Ring of Wisdom

$40.00 -38%
$24.94

Turquoise Ring of Wisdom

$40.00 -38%
$24.94

Description

Turquoise was so named because it was initially brought to Europe by way of Turkey.  This stone is one of the first gems to be used in jewelry.

Turquoise Gemstone Mythology:

Turquoise was considered by ancients to be a sacred stone, protective against all manners of evil and ill health. 

This beautiful gemstone is mined in Iran and the southwestern United States.  A gift of Turquoise represents friendship and luck.

The Persian word for turquoise is "ferozah" or "firozah", which means victorious.

Turquoise is one of the oldest known gem materials. The Egyptians were mining turquoise in the Sinai as early as 5,500 BC.

The blue color of turquoise was thought to have powerful metaphysical properties by many ancient cultures.

In ancient Mexico, turquoise was reserved for the gods and could not be worn by mere mortals.

In Asia, turquoise was considered as an effective protection against the evil eye.

In Tibet even today, turquoise is by far the most popular of all materials used for personal adornment.

In the United States South West, the Apache believed that turquoise helped warriors and hunters to aim accurately.

The Zuni believed that it protected them from demons. Another belief was that turquoise had the power to protect the wearer from injury from falling, especially falling from horse-back, and that it made the horse more sure footed.

Turquoise was also thought to promote prosperity and is, alternating with zircon, the birthstone for December.

  • Stainless Steel

  • Available in sizes 8-11

  • Intricate ring design

  • Turquoise gem will vary slightly - each ring is unique!

 

 

Ring sizing chart - The Leah Shop

 How to measure your ring size:

  1. Cut a strip of paper or string that can wrap around your finger

  2. Wrap around your finger so it fits snug (not too tight)

  3. Mark where the two ends meet

  4. Measure the length to mark against a ruler.

  5. Use the chart above.

 

 

 

Note: Shipping & handling can take up to 3-4 weeks for international orders.

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