This Turquoise necklace is handmade with Turquoise faceted rondelle gemstones and Gold Vermeil round beads. The gold beads are placed around the necklace. The necklace is finished with a Gold Vermeil clasp. An extension chain is added for adjustment.
Gemstone Type/Size: Turquoise Faceted Rondelle 2x4mm
Metal Type/Size: Gold Vermeil Round Beads 3mm, Gold Vermeil and Gold Filled Findings
Packaged: Gift Box Complete with Satin Ribbon
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About the Gemstone:
Turquoise is the birthstone for December and the gemstone that marks the 11th wedding anniversary. It is believed to bring happiness and good luck to the wearer and it signifies success. Turquoise is a purification stone, it balances and aligns all the chakras, stabilises mood swings and creates inner calm. It is excellent for depression and exhaustion. Turquoise promotes self-realisation and assists in creative problem-solving. It is a symbol of friendship and stimulates romantic love.
What is Vermeil?
Vermeil is produced by coating sterling silver with carat gold. Gold is usually 18k or pure 24k gold. To be considered vermeil, the gold must be at least 10k and have a minimum gold thickness of 2.5 microns on all surfaces. A Vermeil piece of jewellery is made entirely of precious metals which gives the piece a central value. Vermeil jewellery should maintain the look of yellow gold for many years.
What is Gold-Filled?
The term “gold filled” means that a thick layer of gold is bonded to a base of other alloys such as rhodium, brass or sterling silver through heat and high pressure. The gold layer on gold-filled is approximately 100 times thicker than gold plated. Gold-filled items are regulated and the quantity of gold must be at least 1/20th by weight of the total product which is 5% the gold content and 95% other metals. Gold-filled jewellery is an economical alternative to solid gold! It is safe for most people with sensitive skin and is hard-wearing.
Semi-precious stones and crystals have been an integral part of human history, representing wealth and power as well as being ascribed qualities both genuine and superstitious.