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Turquoise Love

Blue, green and everything in-between, Turquoise is easily one of our favourite stones here at Indie and Harper. From it’s rich vibrant colours to its incredible health benefits, Turquoise is a gemstone that not only makes any piece of jewellery stand out, but also adds amazing benefits to the mind, body and soul ♥  
Read on to learn more about turquoise > 
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According to, Turquoise is perhaps one of the oldest used gemstones in history. It’s tranquil hues of green and blue bring protection and strength to its owner. Turquoise has been used for thousands of years to bring power and luck to several ancient cultures, not only used during war but also as adornment for wealthier families.
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Turquoise is known for its incredible health benefits and healing energies. As Turquoise is known to bring strength and protection to its wearer, it is said to help soothe the symptoms of depression, anxiety and exhaustion. It is the stone of balance, and brings a sense of calmness and tranquility to stressful situations. 
Turquoise adds restorative energy to your chakras and is extremely beneficial during meditation. Gina Caputo explains how Turquoise can “set you on the right path” during meditation here.
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Along with Tanzanite, Turquoise is the birthstone for all you December babies. Its deep blue colour and vibrance is said to bring good health and fortune to those who wear it or keep it near. Turquoise is also known to aid with the healing of health problems associated with the mind. This beautiful stone represents strength, peace and prosperity.
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So many of our amazing Navajo pieces which are hand crafted by Navajo and Zuni artisans, exhibit the beauty that is Turquoise. Turquoise has long been used in Native American Indian culture, not only fashioned into jewellery and adornments, but also used to help guard ancient burial sites. Check out our amazing collection of Navajo pieces here.Screen Shot 2017-08-09 at 9.43.59 am.png
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It’s no secret that we here at Indie and Harper absolutely love Turquoise. Whether it’s set amongst beautiful Sterling Silver in a cuff or standing out against stunning Rose Gold in a ring, Turquoise can make any piece of bohemian jewellery stand out. Shop our favourite collection of Turquoise pieces HERE!Screen Shot 2017-08-09 at 9.57.54 am.png

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