By AdeelKazim
1 years ago

Do you know Turquoise gemstone also called Feroza....

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Turquoise gemstone (also called Feroza stone) is one of the rarest and most valued gems in the history. People have been using Firoza stone as an ornament and a decorative item for thousands of years. Chemically, this opaque mineral is a hydrated phosphate of aluminum and copper. The blue-to-green hue of the stone serves as a source of great fascination for the viewers. Unfortunately, like several other opaque gemstones, turquoise is now being devalued. The synthetics and imitations have contributed to its devaluation.

During different periods of the history, the Feroza gem has been known by different names. The present name ‘turquoise’ dates back to the 17thcentury. It was the Turks who first introduced the mineral to Europe. So the French named it as ‘turques’ meaning “Turks”. Where did the Turks find it from? Well, they brought it from the Persian province of Khorasan.

There are pores in the crystalline structure of the stone. A natural waxy luster exudes from its surface. The specimens of turquoise are subjected to different treatments, such as polishing, slicing and dying. The impregnation of the gem with plastic lubricant serves to improve its luster. In this way it also becomes more stable. People have started taking advantage of such treatments which, in turn, enhance the Feroza stone benefits. They have developed fake turquoise by dying other inexpensive stones. In this regard, the most common example is that of white Howlite. When dyed blue, it shows great resemblance with turquoise.

If you wear it destitution and poverty will not come to you because its element generate energy and cleverness such people are capable to getting out of poverty .characteristics of this stone is that in clean and good environment its colour is change to transparent .

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AdeelKazim
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fortune I love turquoise stone, I love its color and warmth
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dorageorg So interesting
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tuntu This is the first time i have heard about it
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AdeelKazim @tuntu in persion say feroza
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DAIANAGABAR Beautiful colors
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Justin Very interesting my friend
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Violeta Very interesting article
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fabio26 yes, I know her, she's a wonderful stone, anyway, nice description my dear friend :))))
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Deliana I like this stone and I have some jewelry with it!
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ORourkeDesigns I love them they are so beautiful and they have a great meaning to Native Americans
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carmen3521 Very interesting article
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soncee So interesting dear
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annie07 Turquoise is my favorite color. This article is inspiring me to have a turquoise stone..
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