High Grade Turquoise - 925 Sterling Silver Ring - Hollow Set
High Grade Turquoise - 925 Sterling Silver Ring - Hollow Set
High Grade Turquoise - 925 Sterling Silver Ring - Hollow Set
High Grade Turquoise - 925 Sterling Silver Ring - Hollow Set
High Grade Turquoise - 925 Sterling Silver Ring - Hollow Set

High Grade Turquoise - 925 Sterling Silver Ring - Hollow Set

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Hollow Turquoise Silver ring

Size 5 3/4

Tibetan Turquoise is most sought after by Nepalese and Tibetan people for its spiritual powers as well as its beauty. Turquoise has been a part of the people of the Himalayas for thousands of years, they consider Tibetan Turquoise to be secured for its metaphysical and spiritual values. Most every person in the Himalayas has and wears Turquoise in one form or another, it is very rare to find a Tibetan or Nepalese person without Turquoise as it is a very spiritual and religious stone in that part of the world.

Himilayans people value Tibetan Turquoise and Turquoise Beads for its powers, it is the most prized stone among the Tibetan people. To the Tibetans, Turquoise is viewed as the sky stone, brought to earth from the heavens above. Turquoise has been has been a important religious stone used by the Tibetans since 1000 B.C. or earlier.

Tibetan children are always given a piece of Tibetan Turquoise Jewelry as it is believed it will keep them from falling. As Tibetan people age they keep trading up their Tibetan Turquoise for larger and more beautiful pieces to their eye as they feel the bigger the stone and the higher the quality it is, the more power their Turquoise has for them. Turquoise is highly appreciated by Tibetans not only for preserving the family wealth but also for its ritual and medicinal purposes. "Gyu" (pronounced "yu") is the name for Turquoise to the Tibetans, it is indigenous and they feel knowledge from the mineral comes from within the Turquoise and not through outside influences. In other words, Tibetans feel that Turquoise Stones have many powers and values within the stone itself. Tibetan people call it Turquoise, not a Turquoise Stone or a Stone - they believe Turquoise is a thing distinct in itself. An inspiration to all Tibetans is that there are no two Turquoise Gems alike, each gem is a vibrating essence of atoms and is a phenomenon distinct in itself!