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African Turquoise Gemstones
Highly prized for its vivid coloring and the ease with which it can be carved, turquoise is one of the oldest gems known. The Egyptians used it 6000 years ago! The name “turquoise” is thought to come from the French word for “Turkish”, as French traders believed that the stone originated in Turkey. These natural African turquoise beads in various designs are ready for wholesale at Pretty and delicate natural African turquoise beads are the nice beads for bracelet, necklace or other jewelry making. More turquoise beads like mosaic turquoise beads, carved turquoise beads and others are also at here. Choose what you like.

 In the Americas, turquoise has been valued since at least 200 BC by native peoples in the American southwest and Mexico. Premium quality wholesale African Turquoise Jasper gemstone beads, pendants and cabochons for jewelry making and designing. Carefully selected gemstones help you create outstanding necklaces, bracelets and earrings. Although commonly known as African turquoise, this blue-green stone is actually a type of natural jasper. This stone displays a variety of green and brown flecks and streaks. We offer African turquoise beads in a range of sizes and shapes, chips and donuts. All gemstone beads at are graded AB.

African Turquoise Jasper, from Africa, is the color of turquoise and has a matrix similar to that stone. It is NOT turquoise, yet you may find this form of jasper dyed and labeled as such. It is actually a type of spotted teal jasper. While some believe that African Turquoise Jasper can offer protection from accidents during travel, others say it will attract money for the wearer. It is said to help reduce headaches and help the wearer with clearer expression.