Separate fake from genuine Turquoise Jewelry –
The beautiful blues and the gorgeous greens have always been a head turner. We all know that the color as well as the stone Turquoise is indeed gorgeous and a very fashionable stone that is going to give you a good idea on what style and what fashion is all about. If you want a stone that is relatively cheap, pretty stylish and is going to last you a long time then this is the right one for you. If you are planning to buy some, then know that it is important to know the real from the fake. Today due to sources, it is possible to create clever duplicates of the stone, which is why it is important to have an eye on whether they are genuine or not. Here are some ideas to get the right Turquoise Jewelry that is high quality and genuine.
Tips and advice –
1. Usually Turquoise Jewelry is manufactured China, Iran, USA, Australia, etc. If the stone comes from these places then you can be pretty sure that it is genuine. They aren’t mined and produced everywhere, therefore you can be pretty sure that the dealer knows a lot about the stone, and chances are they are genuine.
2. The certificate of genuine and true stones is also a good idea to have when you finally purchase the stones. Ensure that you have this, so that you know you aren’t being cheated.
3. Often Turquoise is treated by pouring wax, chemicals, etc on them. If you have some beads with the same stone then try to check inside of the beads too, if they are white in color underneath, then they might be false. The color should go all around and inside the beads too.
4. The stone is priced evenly, it is neither too cheap nor too expensive, and if you have a very cheap deal on Turquoise Jewelry then chances are the stone isn’t turquoise at all.
5. Remember that the color on the stone isn’t even at all, often there are grey or black veins all across the stone and there is difference in the pigmentation as well. So this is another technique to find out whether the stone is genuine or not.
Hope these help you to understand which stone is imitation and which is not
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