With December in full swing now, it's time for citrine to take a backseat to a new month's birthstone, turquoise. One of the most unique birthstones out of the whole year, turquoise is a stone with a huge color range, depending on how polished and how old the stone is. Used worldwide by the Aztecs, Egyptians, and in ancient China, turquoise was first brought to Europe from Turkey. This stone has been coveted by many and used for a wide range of jewelry, especially in the American Southwest. We've rounded up our favorites at every price point, ahead.
Elsa Peretti, Color By The Yard Bracelet, $250, view at Tiffany & Co.