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Turquoise Bolo Ties

Old Deposit Blue Gem Turquoise Bolo Tie Turquoise Bolo Ties are elegant, gorgeous and classic. The two most prominent bolo ties elements have to be the combination of turquoise and sterling silver in bolo tie apparel. Native Americans Bolo Ties are just amazing and that's because of the turquoise stone and all its beauty.

Turquoise is one of the oldest protection amulets, and was also known as a symbol of wealth in many ancient cultures. This is the only "live" mineral able to change its color depending on the environment. It has been surrounded by numerous legends and superstitions in most cultures, and in the distant past inspired awe and worship. All peoples believed turquoise to be the happiest stone. It was used both in jewelry and for ritual purposes on all the continents.

Strength, protection from harm, psychic sensitivity and connection to the spirit world. Native Americans prized the beauty and color of the mineral turquoise and crafted it into jewelry, medicine stones and ornamentation.

Turquoise is found in arid regions where water seeps through natural rock and interacts with copper deposits, so it was plentiful in portions of the Southwest inhabited by Indians. Native Americans found the green-blue mineral deposits in rock layers in cliffs and believed it had spiritual significance and cultural relevance.

If given a turquoise by a loving friend, that stone would protect the wearer from negative energy and bring good fortune. The turquoise is the symbol of friendship. It also brings peace to the home.

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