A Sea of Turquoise

I’m always on the hunt for a good turquoise ring.  I have quite a few that I’ve collected – from Hawaii, Amsterdam, California, and more.  There’s something about turquoise that is just so beautifully beachy and natural.  There are many different types of turquoise from different mines, so no piece looks the same.  I am currently liking lighter blue turquoise (usually Royston turquoise from the Royston mine in Nevada shows this coloring) – I don’t have any rings that are like this so that’s what I’m looking for.  Some of the best ones I’ve found are no longer available, but they are definitely inspiring my search.  Here are my favorites:

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Via Instagram – Rocky Barnes

10516815_722849541132060_5718945080808380013_nFrom Sister of the Sea in Australia – https://www.etsy.com/au/shop/TheSisteroftheSea

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Both from Mermaid by Hand in San Diego – https://www.etsy.com/shop/MermaidByHand

il_570xN.680088582_rnegFrom Jonesing for Jewelry – https://www.etsy.com/shop/jonesingforjewelry

e87dae0f30e95b96bffcc3824c236962Via Instagram – Ivana Revic

Screen Shot 2014-12-20 at 8.29.32 PMVia Instagram – Helen Bense//Gypsy Lovin Light

Doesn’t turquoise just brighten your day?  For me, all those beautiful hues of blue and green are so reflective of the ocean and its many wonders – it definitely takes me back to the beach.  Turquoise just makes me feel like a mermaid.

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A Sea of Turquoise

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