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Quoted From THE CURIOUS LORE OF PRECIOUS STONES

Probably the earliest notice of the peculiar superstition in regard to the turquoise–namely, that it preserves the wearer from injury in case of falling–is contain in Vomar’s  thirtheenth century “Steinbuch,” where we read:

Whoever owns the true turquoise set in gold will not injure any of his limbs when he falls, whether he be riding or walking, so long as he has the stone with him.

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