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Turquoise has been a highly popular semi-precious gem to many societies from the Egyptians to the Aztecs since ancient times. Turquoise is a very porous material, so heat, light, oils, and chemicals can have a negative effect on the stones color and luster. Turquoise is most popular in southwestern fashions. Use turquoise beads with sterling silver beads and charms, and heishi shells.

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Blue Dyed Yellow Turquoise Trapezoid 25x35mm 11
Picture of 57ST513-T, Blue Dyed Yellow Turquoise Trapezoid 25x35mm 11

1 ST $2.06 ($2.06 per ST) was $2.95

2 ST $3.75 ($1.87 per ST) was $5.35

5 ST $8.05 ($1.61 per ST) was $11.50

15 ST $23.24 ($1.55 per ST) was $33.20


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Shape: Yellow Turquoise
Size: Trapezoids
Finish: 25x35mm
Material: Dyed Yellow Turquoise
Made in: China
Description: Wash your stone in warm soapy water before stringing to protect your skin and clothing from potential color bleeding
A natural mustard color, these Yellow "Turquoise" beads are dyed blue, resulting in intriguing shades of blue-green with yellow undertones, perfectly complimented by the stone's bold black matrix.
Quite frankly, there is no such thing as yellow turquoise. It simply does not occur in nature. That being said, yellow "turquoise" is a fabulously attractive stone, constantly gaining in popularity within the beading community. This stone is most likely either a Serpentine or a Jasper.
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