DetailsTurquoise is known as man’s oldest stone. It comes in a unique shade of blue-green. The delicate brown veining of this stone enhances the character of the stone. For thousands of years turquoise has been prized as a symbol of wisdom and nobility. This stone holds high prestige and power. Native American deities carry weapons and live in homes made of turquoise. In the past, turquoise jewelry were known as “wearable bank accounts.” Native Americans used pieces as deposits for goods needed by traders. The traders sold crops and wool and were paid - jewelry was repossessed.