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‘feruzi’ turquoise stone on 925 sterling silver cuff bracelet

KSh 5,750.00

this is an antique turquoise stone on sterling silver cuff bracelet (bangle), a symbol of friendship. Turquoise is a friendship stone that take after the character of the wearer. Here its qualities have been amplified by sterling silver.

Turquoise, the captivating sea-green stone of the ancients, represents wisdom, tranquility, protection, good fortune, and hope. Ancient peoples believed in its profound power to protect, as well as its tranquil energy and its association with enduring love. Likewise, contemporary crystal experts celebrate it for its representation of wisdom, tranquility, and protection.

The color turquoise is energizing, feminine, and strong. It carries with it a sense of wisdom, creativity, and emotional balance.

Turquoise was mined in Sinai more than 6,000 years ago and may be the oldest gemstone used in jewelry. An ancient beauty in a modern setting!

Here are more common properties of turquoise stones:

  • Color: Blue, green
  • Chakra: Throat, third eye
  • Number: Vibrates to 1
  • Planet: Jupiter, Venus, Neptune
  • Zodiac: Scorpio, Sagittarius, Pisces, Rabbit
  • Bagua areas: Zhen, Qian
  • Elements: Wood, metal
  • Origin: Afghanistan, Arabian Peninsula, China, Egypt, France, Iran, Mexico, Peru, Poland, Russia, Tibet, United States
Spiritual Meaning of Turquoise

What does turquoise mean spiritually? The stone has a calming, grounding energy that makes it a great stone for when you are feeling overwhelmed, or to aid in meditation. It is said to connect heaven and earth and help you connect to the spiritual world.

Turquoise can strengthen your connection to intuition, and it is also helpful for protection and purification.

Silver, sterling silver and its origins

Silver is among the seven metals of antiquity used in prehistoric times. Ancient man discovered silver about 5000 years BC as a native metal. The prehistoric man found its soft and reflective nature ideal for making decoration ornaments. That is how silver jewelry has evolved over time.

Silver is also known as the white metal. The name silver originated from the old English Anglo-Saxon word ‘seolfor’ meaning silver. Whereas the symbol for silver (Ag) originated from Latin meaning argentum.

Sterling silver is the most popular silver alloy. It consists of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% copper. The standard hallmark for sterling silver is .925 STG.

This jewelry is not only harder and more durable but also hypoallergenic. Sterling silver is sometimes plated with rhodium to create a better quality jewelry with enhanced brightness. This piece does not tarnish quickly and has a higher durability.

Silver metaphysical properties

Its energies include raising sensitivity, expanding awareness, enhancing intuition, and increasing compassion.

People who wear silver enjoy improved dreams, love, protection, and better brain function. Symbolic attributes include clarity, persistence and strength. Silver will help you with increased self reflection and inner wisdom.

The color is said to stimulate tranquility and calm, as it evokes the qualities of reflection and space.

Silver & Gemstones

Silver is often paired with gemstones because silver’s properties can absorb and radiate the energy of the stone making it more powerful by enhancing the connection between the wearer and the stone.