Origins and Present Popularity of Turquoise Silver Rings Spotlighted on New Website

TurquoiseSilverRing.com reveals the origins of turquoise silver rings as well as their significance in society today.

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Turquoise is known as the ‘fallen sky stone’ and is highly valued in Native American culture.

(PRWEB) March 19, 2014

In the present day, turquoise silver rings and other pieces of turquoise jewelry are worn predominantly for fashion purposes. What many people may not know is the significance behind these beautiful rings.

Now, a new website is explaining the origins behind beautiful turquoise silver rings as well as their significance in pop culture and fashion today.

“Turquoise is known as the ‘fallen sky stone’ and is highly valued in Native American culture,” said TurquoiseSilverRing.com spokeswoman Shanna Roberts. “Like all things created from the Earth, turquoise is considered precious and it’s believed to possess many beneficial properties.”

Mankind’s love affair with turquoise stones goes back more than five thousand years. Jewelry pieces embedded with turquoise stones were, and still are, viewed by many cultures as a talisman of good fortune and good health.

TurquoiseSilverRing.com explores the fascinating myths and history associated with precious turquoise silver rings through articles, essays and photography.

Besides the aesthetic appeal of turquoise, Roberts says that many people still believe in the supposed properties included in a turquoise silver ring.

“Some wearers believe the stone will take on the characteristics of its owner and become attune with them the more often they wear it,” said Roberts. “The more a person wears her turquoise silver ring, the more beneficial it will become.”

While turquoise silver rings have been a staple of women’s fashion for generations, men’s rings have also become a common fashion statement in a variety of different settings. Men’s silver turquoise rings appear in Native American cultures as cowboy cultures of the southwest.

For more information about turquoise silver rings and all things turquoise fashion and history, please visit TurquoiseSilverRing.com today.


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