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    Turquoise Jewellery History

    The Mystique of Persia
     

    Persian royalty held turquoise in high regard, often embedding the gemstone in crowns, daggers, and horse bridles. Known as “firuza,” meaning victory, turquoise was believed to bring good fortune and ward off evil. Persian turquoise mines, particularly in the Nishapur region, have supplied some of the finest quality stones throughout history.
     

    Turquoise in the Americas: Native American Heritage

    For Native American tribes, turquoise jewellery holds profound spiritual significance. Tribes such as the Navajo, Hopi, and Zuni have been crafting turquoise jewellery for centuries, using traditional techniques passed down through generations. Turquoise is seen as a bridge between heaven and earth, offering protection, health, and luck.
     

    The Influence of the Silk Road

    The Silk Road played a crucial role in the spread of turquoise jewellery. Traders introduced the gemstone to various cultures, expanding its influence from the Middle East to Asia and Europe. Chinese artisans began incorporating turquoise into their jewellery and art, often using the stone in intricate carvings and inlays.

    The Enchanting History of Turquoise Jewellery

    Discover the Timeless Allure of Turquoise Jewellery


    Turquoise jewellery has captivated civilisations for thousands of years, transcending cultures and eras with its stunning blue-green hues and powerful symbolism. From ancient Egypt to Native American tribes, the history of turquoise jewellery is as rich and vibrant as the gemstone itself.


    Ancient Beginnings: Egypt and Mesopotamia


    The allure of turquoise jewellery dates back to ancient Egypt around 3000 BCE. Egyptians believed turquoise possessed protective and healing properties, adorning themselves and their tombs with exquisite turquoise pieces. The famous burial mask of Pharaoh Tutankhamun showcases the gemstone’s esteemed status in Egyptian culture. n Mesopotamia, turquoise was a symbol of fertility and immortality. Artisans crafted intricate jewellery, combining turquoise with gold and other precious materials to create stunning adornments for the elite.

     

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    Renaissance

    Turquoise jewellery gained popularity in Europe during the Renaissance. It became a fashionable choice among nobility and royalty, prized for its unique color and perceived mystical qualities. The gemstone was often set in elaborate brooches, rings, and necklaces, becoming a staple in high society.

    Modern-Day Turquoise Jewellery

    Today, turquoise jewellery continues to be cherished worldwide. Its timeless appeal and versatility make it a favorite among jewellery enthusiasts and collectors. From bohemian chic to high-fashion statements, turquoise pieces add a touch of elegance and history to any ensemble.

    Embrace the Legacy of Turquoise Jewellery

    Explore our exquisite collection of turquoise jewellery and embrace a gemstone with a storied past. Each piece is a testament to the rich history and enduring allure of turquoise, crafted to bring beauty and meaning to your life.

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