There has always been a long-standing history of Blue turquoise being valued for its intense brilliance and radiant beauty. Going as far back as the ancient Egyptians scouring the Arabian Desert searching for deposits of this treasured gemstone, people have seen the inherent beauty within these precious stones.



Blue color turquoise is formed when there is the presence of copper and the absence of iron. In Mother Nature's complex and beautiful structure system, the delicate process crafts turquoise over millions of years. There is a broad variety of blue hues of turquoise gems, ranging from pale sky to deep ocean blue and all sorts of delightful blue-green combinations.


The Stone Today

Since then, cultures from all around the world have sought after various shades of blue color turquoise for its astounding beauty and spiritual properties. These gems have become increasingly popular in contemporary jewelry pieces as the times have progressed. This type of jewelry is the perfect blend of modern and traditional fashions. Even Napoléon Bonaparte saw the value of these pieces, when he gifted his bride, Empress Marie-Louise, a crown of diamonds and blue turquoise from Persia.