Turquoise is a semi-precious sea-green stone, which is one of the ten most revered stones on our planet for 5000 years!
Probably not on Earth such people, who would not know turquoise. Nature has endowed the rare stone, a hauntingly exciting color. In different cultures the stone deservedly received lots of enthusiastic adjectives – "stone of the Egyptian pharaohs", "the sacred stone of Tibet", "sky stone of American Indians," "the favorite stone of the Orient", etc..
Many peoples of the world have believed that turquoise is a stone that invokes a strong love. Medieval ladies always wear lucky charms with turquoise, with the aim to bewitch the elect. Lovers give each other turquoise rings.
Turquoise was considered a magical talisman by people who lived at different times, on different parts of the planet and had no communication with each other: in Persia, in China, in Ancient Mexico, in India, in Central America.