Mountain Aura Crystals

Chalk Turquoise is one of the naturally available forms of Turquoise. Chalk turquoise is a variety of turquoise found deeper in the soil. As a result, it is much softer and more brittle. On the Mohs hardness scale, chalk turquoise ranges between 2-4. Chalk Turquoise is also a misused term for reproduction Turquoise made with resin or other man-made materials, made to appear like Turquoise, usually for costume jewelry. With its rich variation of blue-green hues, turquoise is one of the most recognizable minerals in the world. Geologically speaking, turquoise is composed of phosphate and a mix of iron, copper and other metals. It forms naturally through weathering and oxidation and is found in arid regions around the world, particularly in copper-rich soils. It is this copper that contributes the blue color, while nearby iron deposits add green in varying quantities. Like other minerals, turquoise varies greatly in quality and is easily reproduced with resins and small amounts of naturally occurring Turquoise. Mining has depleted much of the more valuable grades of the mineral located close to the surface. Turquoise is not water safe.
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