Birthstone: December Anniversary: 11th MOHs Hardness: 5-6
Turquoise has a long history in both the jewelry industry as well as in spiritual lore. From the gemstone’s strong ties to Native American culture to its standing as the national gemstone of Tibet: turquoise is one of the world’s most time-honored stones. Hannah Blount Jewelry’s turquoise is often sourced from the following mines...
Kingman Turquoise is sourced from the third-generation, family Colbaugh mine in Arizona, and renowned for its unique color variation and matrices.
Persian Turquoise is beloved for its metallic, pyrite inclusions and found in the city of Nishapur in the Razavi Khorasan province of Iran.
Kazakhstan Turquoise is Particularly well-known for its lavender colors and burnt sienna matrices. Sourced from the Golden Hills mine in Kazakhstan.
Keep turquoise away from chemicals. Contact with cosmetics, oils, acids, etc can discolor the gemstone. To clean most turquoise pieces, use warm water with mild soap; please refer to the general care card for scrimshaw and knotted silk strands as they should remain dry.