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Turquoise is the New Black.

Old is the new new. In 2020, as we did in the past couple of years, we see the return of heritage jewelry. Think charm bracelets and herringbone chains. Now, the latest jewelry style to make a comeback is prized turquoise jewelry. This stone, adored by the ancients, exudes all those summers feels. Those light sky blues and deep ocean teals captivate us with their mystique and bring us a sense of inner calm.

The come back of Turquoise Jewelry

So, why is turquoise jewelry the comeback kid of jewelry today? We're going to go over the unique properties of this style of turquoise jewelry, as well as its history and cultural connections. By the time you're done reading this, you'll be ready to fork over some cash for some turquoise earrings or even a turquoise ring.

A Brief History of Turquoise Jewelry.

Turquoise rings, necklaces, and bracelets have been worn since ancient times. What compelled people to keep turquoise jewelry in vogue for thousands of years? It turns out, New Agers' fascination with mystical and healing properties of stones is nothing new.

Native American, such as the Apache and Zuni tribes, have long believed that wearing turquoise jewelry would repel negativity, as well as make them more prosperous. Dynastic rulers of ancient Egypt wore turquoise jewelry regularly. Turquoise earrings, turquoise rings, turquoise necklaces, and turquoise bracelets were all in style then. Even in the Far East 3,000 years ago in China, turquoise jewelry was being fashioned into exquisite finejewelry. In the United States, it became the official birthstone for December.

Types of Turquoise Jewelry You Can Get Right Now.

Whether it's a silver turquoise ring, gold turquoise earring, leather turquoise bracelet, or beautyturquoisenecklace, you can be sure there's ones with turquoise available. What's really big right now is wearing jewelry like turquoisestud earrings. A turquoise ring is also trendy, with cross-pollination amongst both soccer moms and bohemian festival-goers. You'll also see a turquoise necklace adorned by celebrities like Scarlett Johansson and others, for use as more of a statement piece.

How to Wear Alluring Turquoise Jewelry.

Both timeless and glamorous, turquoise continues to marvel people, just as it did millennia ago. One of the most appealing qualities of turquoise is when it set in gorgeous luxe gold. That its subtle tones allow it to be worn with practically any season. The most effortless outfit to put together is to wear gold turquoise jewelry with casual denim. This usually means jeans and a t-shirt, along with a pair of gold turquoisestud earrings, gold turquoise necklace, or a fabulous gold turquoise ring.

Going about your day casually while wearing turquoise isn't the only way to rock this jewelry. You can also match it with formal attire. Whether you're hanging out with your friends or at a business meeting, turquoise is subtle enough where it's not going to scream for attention. Mix up the colors of your outfit for that boho-chic look, or match them all to look more sophisticated. Whatever style you're into, you'll be able to pull off the turquoise look.

Jump In On the Turquoise Trend.

Turquoise is back in a big way, and it's easy to see why. However, you should know that it's becoming rarer as the days go by. With few commercial mines getting any new turquoise out of the ground, some say it's going to be as rare as diamonds soon. That's why you should go ahead and get some turquoise for a good price while you still can. This enthralling stone has captivated humans for thousands of years and will continue to for many more.

Browse our shop for a wide variety of sterling silver turquoise earrings, sterling silver turquoise necklace, gold turquoise studs, gold turquoise hoops, gold turquoise rings and all things sparkly turquoise heaven.
Nina Nguyen

Meet Nina Nguyen

Nina Nguyen, a local Colorado designer, grew up in Central Vietnam surrounded by a family of jewelers and goldsmiths. Her mother’s trading post was where locals came to sell their gold, panned from the Buon Ma Thuot River, which was then refined and used to create gorgeous pieces by Nina’s uncle.

In the late 1980s, her family’s jewelry business was confiscated, and her father was arrested and vanished for several years. With the help of family, Nina’s single mother took her and her five siblings on a journey to migrate to America seeking a better life. After a one year stay as a refugee in the Philippines, Nina’s family was eventually relocated to the Tampa Bay area where she started her life in the US. At the age of 12 she learned very quickly to adapt.

Years later, while on break from her finance career, Nina backpacked through India for ten weeks. She was mesmerized by the raw gemstones she came across - they were vibrant, colorful, and expertly faceted to catch light from every angle. Upon returning from her trip, Nina felt inspired to return to her roots and try her hand at designing and creating her own jewelry. She began creating intricate handwoven and crocheted necklaces out of gold and silver wire, allowing her creativity to soar while incorporating the skills she had learned from her uncle. She decided to forgo a promising career in finance and pursue her dream of designing her own jewelry.

“The road has been one of pure entrepreneurship; hardship, sacrifice, long hours, risk & reward. All of these I have endured, and I have absorbed everything the journey has taught me.”

With her showroom now located in Denver, Colorado, Nina is centrally located, and closer for her frequent trips to her design studio in Vietnam - not to mention the inspiration of the Rocky Mountains.

Around the world Geode Silver Bangle

Size Guide
Metal
Color
Geode/Diamond
Size

Geodes in a gorgeous mix of neutral colors form the Around The World Gold & Oxidized Bangle, which has an earthy, bohemian vibe. Its special hinged mechanism makes it easy to take on and off, whether you wear it on its own or stacked with other styles.

Details

Metal: Black Oxidized Silver & 18K Yellow Gold

Stone carat: 20

Diamond carat: 0.4

Size: 5-8

Stone size: 10-12mm


About the stones:

Diamond

Genuine Geode: A unique stone found at least 100 feet below the earth's surface, gem-quality geodes have a hard, unremarkable rock shell with insides that reveal a variety of glistening quartz crystals and often secondary minerals or formations such as hematite, calcite, apatite, stalactites and galena crystals, just to name a few.

Metaphysical Properties: Geodes have healing energies and cleanse the mind and spirit of negativity. Some believe that geodes also have the power to help you find solutions to difficult problems, offering a light at the end of the tunnel, a little sparkling guidance when you’re on a dark path.

Origin: Chihuahua Mexico

The Maker:

Our jewelry is designed in Denver, CO and ethically made by our skilled jewelers in our studio in Vietnam.


Turquoise jewelry

Turquoise is the New Black.

Old is the new new. In 2020, as we did in the past couple of years, we see the return of heritage jewelry. Think charm bracelets and herringbone chains. Now, the latest jewelry style to make a comeback is prized turquoise jewelry. This stone, adored by the ancients, exudes all those summers feels. Those light sky blues and deep ocean teals captivate us with their mystique and bring us a sense of inner calm.

The come back of Turquoise Jewelry

So, why is turquoise jewelry the comeback kid of jewelry today? We're going to go over the unique properties of this style of turquoise jewelry, as well as its history and cultural connections. By the time you're done reading this, you'll be ready to fork over some cash for some turquoise earrings or even a turquoise ring.

A Brief History of Turquoise Jewelry.

Turquoise rings, necklaces, and bracelets have been worn since ancient times. What compelled people to keep turquoise jewelry in vogue for thousands of years? It turns out, New Agers' fascination with mystical and healing properties of stones is nothing new.

Native American, such as the Apache and Zuni tribes, have long believed that wearing turquoise jewelry would repel negativity, as well as make them more prosperous. Dynastic rulers of ancient Egypt wore turquoise jewelry regularly. Turquoise earrings, turquoise rings, turquoise necklaces, and turquoise bracelets were all in style then. Even in the Far East 3,000 years ago in China, turquoise jewelry was being fashioned into exquisite finejewelry. In the United States, it became the official birthstone for December.

Types of Turquoise Jewelry You Can Get Right Now.

Whether it's a silver turquoise ring, gold turquoise earring, leather turquoise bracelet, or beautyturquoisenecklace, you can be sure there's ones with turquoise available. What's really big right now is wearing jewelry like turquoisestud earrings. A turquoise ring is also trendy, with cross-pollination amongst both soccer moms and bohemian festival-goers. You'll also see a turquoise necklace adorned by celebrities like Scarlett Johansson and others, for use as more of a statement piece.

How to Wear Alluring Turquoise Jewelry.

Both timeless and glamorous, turquoise continues to marvel people, just as it did millennia ago. One of the most appealing qualities of turquoise is when it set in gorgeous luxe gold. That its subtle tones allow it to be worn with practically any season. The most effortless outfit to put together is to wear gold turquoise jewelry with casual denim. This usually means jeans and a t-shirt, along with a pair of gold turquoisestud earrings, gold turquoise necklace, or a fabulous gold turquoise ring.

Going about your day casually while wearing turquoise isn't the only way to rock this jewelry. You can also match it with formal attire. Whether you're hanging out with your friends or at a business meeting, turquoise is subtle enough where it's not going to scream for attention. Mix up the colors of your outfit for that boho-chic look, or match them all to look more sophisticated. Whatever style you're into, you'll be able to pull off the turquoise look.

Jump In On the Turquoise Trend.

Turquoise is back in a big way, and it's easy to see why. However, you should know that it's becoming rarer as the days go by. With few commercial mines getting any new turquoise out of the ground, some say it's going to be as rare as diamonds soon. That's why you should go ahead and get some turquoise for a good price while you still can. This enthralling stone has captivated humans for thousands of years and will continue to for many more.

Browse our shop for a wide variety of sterling silver turquoise earrings, sterling silver turquoise necklace, gold turquoise studs, gold turquoise hoops, gold turquoise rings and all things sparkly turquoise heaven.