Southwest Turquoise Triangle Necklace
One copper electroformed Southwest Turquoise placed within a triangle complete on an 18" matching soldered copper chain. These triangles are made with Crescent Valley, Carlin Spiderweb, Kingman and Blue Gem Turquoise. Turquoise mined in the American Southwest is becoming even rarer as most mines have closed down because of rising mining costs, tighter government regulations, and the mines have become depleted of Turquoise. Because of this, Turquoise is becoming more rare than diamonds. An upside down triangle is said to represent the feminine, Shakti, passivity, mother, lunar & cave. The triangle can also symbolize the stages of the moon-waxing, waning and full. Other trinities include: mind, body & spirit; mother, father & child; past, present & future; mother, maiden & crone; thought, feeling & emotion and creation. Triangles measure approximately 1.25" x 1". Shape, size, color and pattern may vary as no two stones are alike.