People have been crafting turquoise imitation stones since the time of the Ancient Egyptians, so there’s no shame in that game. There are even benefits to it – just look at this Kenneth Jay Lane ring (on The Outnet for $40). Finding turquoise this perfect is basically impossible. It’s a mineral, so there are many “imperfections.” If you prefer a burst of solid color, then this turquoise resin might actually be better. Check out more after the jump, including a couple of authentic gemstones —
Kevia Gold-Plated Turquoise Earrings: Since these gold-plated leaves are dotted with real turquoise, this set of earrings is probably the best quality find of the bunch. On The Outnet for $57.50 (from $115).