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ID: 4731971 pcs
thumb image of 2ct Fancy Cabochon Blue Turquoise (ID: 473197)
1.99 ct Turquoise
11.4 x 8.8 mm
$ 2.09
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ID: 4733921 pcs
thumb image of 3.3ct Fancy Cabochon Blue Turquoise (ID: 473392)
3.30 ct Turquoise
10.8 x 10.2 mm
$ 3.47
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ID: 4752141 pcs
thumb image of 2.1ct Pear Cabochon Blue Turquoise (ID: 475214)
2.14 ct Turquoise
13.6 x 8.2 mm
$ 4.28
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ID: 4737491 pcs
thumb image of 1.9ct Fancy Cabochon Blue Turquoise (ID: 473749)
1.91 ct Turquoise
10 x 9.8 mm
$ 2.01
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Blue Turquoise
Turquoise is an opaque copper-bearing basic aluminium phosphate. Since millennia, turquoise has been prized as a gemstone for its unique color, of which, was named after the gemstone and not the other way around. The brilliant sky-blue color of fine turquoise has never lost its fascination by gemstone and gemstone jewelry lovers. It has easily become one of the most classic stones to be set with silver. Turquoise is cut en cabochon and can be used for all kinds of jewelry, including rings, necklaces, brooches, bracelets and earrings. Turquoise is December's official birthstone and it is believed to promote good fortune, happiness and a longevity.
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