Jewelry in America is a mirror image reflection of American culture, its diversity, and the jewelry’s history behind its designers.
(PRWEB) March 15, 2014
Without a doubt, bracelets are one of the oldest forms of turquoise jewelry. Turquoise bracelets have adorned the wrists of both the wealthy and royalty dating all the way back to ancient Egyptian times. Worn to beautify the wrists and arms of their wearer, turquoise bracelets are both simple and versatile, making them a popular jewelry accessory in all eras
Now, a re-launched website is detailing both the rich history and present-day popularity of turquoise bracelets and other fine turquoise jewelry.
“Jewelry in America is a mirror image reflection of American culture, its diversity, and the jewelry’s history behind its designers,” said TurquoiseBracelet.com spokeswoman Tammy Snyder. “By some, a turquoise bracelet is viewed as having mystical powers, and turquoise fulfills a spiritual longing for beauty.”
Today, a new generation of collectors and fashionistas are becoming enamored with turquoise bracelets and jewelry. In addition to bracelets, turquoise is used in the creation of beautiful rings, earrings, necklaces, pendants, belt buckles, bolo ties and much more.
TurquoiseBracelet.com presents the history of turquoise bracelets and jewelry through in-depth articles, beautiful essays and brilliant photography.
“The stone in Native American turquoise bracelets has several associations. The most popular are water, blessing, healing and protection,” said Synder. “With that being said, it is no wonder that Native American turquoise bracelets are often given as a gift.”
Snyder adds that a turquoise bracelet can range in colors, from light blue or green to a darker shade of each. Turquoise bracelets are generally created using sterling silver, which makes them a perfect accessory for nearly any season and ensemble.
For more about the historical significance of turquoise bracelets as well as current fashion trends, please visit TurquoiseBracelet.com.