Turquoise is renowned for its blue, or even slightly green, color. This ornamental stone is sometimes marbled with black veins. Used since 4,000 BCE, it is one of the oldest known stones. In jewelry, pairing turquoise with fine or precious stones offers an invitation to travel. It satisfies every style.
Sourced primarily from deposits located in Iran and the United States, turquoise presents a hardness of 5 to 6 on the Mohs scale.