Turquoise has been exploited since the oldest civilizations, including Ancient Egypt where it was used in jewelry and ornaments, notably for the famous mask of Pharaoh Tutankhamun.
Introduced to Europe during the Crusades, it was not until 1600 that the French gave it its definitive name meaning “stone of Turkey”. It was indeed one of the first countries where turquoise was extracted.
Bringing together the opposite symbols of fire and water, especially among the Aztecs where the god of fire was called “master of Turquoise”, it is a stone of protection and harmony.

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