The turquoise gemstone has been known for a long time. Among many peoples turquoise was one of the most popular stones. To this day this stone has not lost its relevance.
The name of the stone comes from the Persian word "Firuza", which means " victorious». The name the Persians gave to the turquoise because he thought this stone is a talisman of victory.
Surprisingly, for all its popularity, turquoise is a very capricious gemstone. Handle it carefully – this stone does not tolerate the effects of moisture, light, cosmetics. As a result, the stones may lose their luster, or even change color from blue to green (this property of turquoise was previously considered magical – it was believed that this way turquoise warns the owner of possible troubles, diseases, death and treason).
How to keep
Jewelry is primarily jewelry. You need to treat them gently to avoid mechanical damage and to cherish. They should be removed during sports, exercise, steam baths and saunas. To part with the decoration and needed during execution of the work on the house.
Jewelry should be protected from mechanical impacts. They lead to the emergence of many microcreping on the surface of the precious metal from which the product loses its luster.
Every time you remove the decoration, it should be cleaned especially microfiber cloth. If it was not, fit a cloth of flannel or suede.