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What does Turquoise Look Like?

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Turquoise is a smooth greenish, blue rock that is kind of wavy in form. There are many different types though, that can be found all over the world.
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Turquoise looks like a bluish green stone that is smooth and has some imperfections, usually. The highest quality of turquoise is blue rather than having a greenish hue to it. Sometimes, it can have silver in it.
The gemstone turquoise is a bluish green colored stone that is very smooth and has little waves embedded in it. Turquoise is used in a lot of jewelery today.
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Turquoise is like a smooth green rock with a wavy shape. It gets it's name from it's color which happens to be turquoise. There are lots of types and are found in lots of places!
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Turquoise goes well with all colors, but especially brown, taupes, olive
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