Stone from Egypt, Siani Peninsula, Queen Zar's jewels, the first dynasty, 5500 BC. Copper blue, the green of iron or chrome, the colour turquoise is the colour of immortality: Somewhere in between the vast and powerful sky and the mystery of the Nile...The Apache Indians believe that this stone combines the spirits of both the ocean and sky. For the Navajo Indians a turquoise stone is a piece of the sky fallen on the earth. Turquoise has always been considered to be a stone full of life and good fortune, a form of protection against evil spirits. It has been considered to have the ability to heal. A Persian astronomer and philosopher named Al Kazwani wrote : «He who wears turquoise on his hand uses it like a seal will never be poor».
Olfactive Family : Ozonic
Head notes : Turpentine, Rose Berry, Elemi, Somalian Oliban Incense, Coriander, Juniper