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  • Jodi McKee

    Turquoise print by @Jen Altman

  • Holly Wood

    Turquoise is one of the few stones to be worn by kings and common citizens alike. It still plays a vital role in the lives of traditional Navajo who rely on the stone stone's healing and protective charms. The Apache believed that a medicine man was powerless without the stone and Middle Eastern and Tibetan cultures alike still honor Turquoise for both medicinal and ritual purposes. It the birthstone of December and linked to Sagittarius.Fine art prints are printed on archival, ...

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