Turquoise gemstone Closeup of the veins within turquoise hydrated copper aluminium phosphate the most valuable nontransparent gemstone Its name although now related to its colour comes from a French word for stone of Turkey Turquoise gems may include impurities producing other colours such as green It has been prized as a gemstone since ancient times with examples found from BC
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