Left photo courtesy of Hippie Cowgirl Couture. Right photo courtesy of Sunwest Handmade.……

Egyptian Prince Turquoise was first found in Egypt over 7,500 years ago. It was highly coveted by the Egyptians to be a sacred stone. This stone has bright greenish blues and a webbing of rich red and copper hues. Each piece is completely unique and today’s turquoise is still mined from the original, ancient mines!

Cluster Sterling Pearl Necklace, $2,700, hippiecowgirlcouture.com.

This turquoise was said to be a holy stone that would bring good luck.

The stone even had its own goddess, who was referred to as ‘Lady of Turquoise’ because she was thought to be the protector of the region where it is mined.

Egyptian Turquoise Bolo Tie, $4,200, sunwesthandmade.com.

This international stone is a must-have for sure! Wanna know what else is a must-have? Some Dry Creek!