Pendants with turquoise

Turquoise pendants are unique, exceptional jewelry. In our AnKa Jewelery store you will find original models that you will surely like.

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Turquoise in jewelry

The name turquoise comes from the Turkish name "Turkish stone" as its trade route used to be through Turkey. It is called the stone of the winner, or the stone of heaven. It symbolizes internal energy and vitality. Turquoise, as a decorative stone, is one of the oldest decorative stones, due to the fact that it has been used in jewelry for over six thousand years. Turquoise is credited with unusually fortunate properties. It is an amulet whose extraordinary power has been appreciated for centuries.

Turquoise is especially recommended to drivers, it protects against an accident or mishap on the road. It has healing properties and protects against disease. If the turquoise changes color - it means that something abnormal is happening with your health. This is a signal that you need to be interested in your health. Of course, a change in the color of turquoise may indicate that the stone is in contact with sweat, cosmetics or cleaning agents. It can also be affected by too much sun exposure. The turquoise pendant should be removed while using the bath, shower and swimming pool.

Turquoise pendants in the AnKa Jewelry store

In our AnKa Jewelery store, we offer unique designs of turquoise pendants that you will surely like. It is also a very good gift idea. Turquoise necklaces in our store are primarily characterized by an unusual style and the best quality of turquoise used in jewelry.

It will bring family happiness to the owner of the turquoise necklace and help in material matters. In alternative medicine, it is used to heal and strengthen the heart and lungs. It is also supposed to prevent cancer. It is especially recommended for the sign of Sagittarius, Aquarius and Pisces. Turquoise is credited with exceedingly fortunate qualities. It is referred to as a good luck talisman to ensure positive thinking and protect against lack of resources.

Turquoise is a rare mineral belonging to the group of phosphates. It is also called the Turkish stone because the former transport route led through this country. Currently, jewelry, including turquoise pendants, are still extremely popular. This stone looks particularly beautiful with plant and animal motifs, but also looks great in minimalist patterns.