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Rutilated Quartz from Russia

Andean Blue Opal from Peru

Azurite Stlagtite

Elbaite from Brazil

+ Liddicoatite ( Tourmaline)

Albite Tourmaline Locality: Paprok, Nuristan Province (Nurestan; Nooristan), Afghanistan (Locality at mindat.org) Size: miniature, 5.4 x 3.6 x 3.0 cm

Watermelon Tourmaline - Himalaya Mine, Gem Hill, Mesa Grande District, San Diego Co., California. size: 6.5 cm x 4.6cm x 4 cm

Elbaite (repaired) - Morro Redondo mine, Coronel Murta, Jequitinhonha valley, Minas Gerais, Brazil Size: 15.5 x 1.7 x 1.7 cm (large cabinet)

tourmaline slice is from Tsitondroina. It is 9.6 cm across. Laurent Thomas specimen. Photo by Jeff Scovil.

Tourmaline slice

Indicolite tourmaline, Gilgit, Northern Territories, Pakistan, 3.8 cm www.treasuremount...

The “Candelabra” Tourmaline This stunning specimen was mined by Pala at the Tourmaline Queen mine in 1972. Today it is on public display at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. (Photo: Harold & Erica Van Pelt). www.palagems.com/...

Fluorite with the aquamarine from Erongo Mtns, Namibia. Photo by Jeff Scovil.

Green Beryl (var. Emerald) - Russia

Sturmanite is a secondary mineral in cavities in metamorphosed manganese deposits. South Africa

Spodumene and Kunzite

Shattuckite / Namibia

Vivianite

Petrified wood, an unusual and rare form from Hell's Canyon near the Idaho/Oregon border.

Euclase from Lost Hope Mine, Mwami, Karoi District, Zimbabwe

Slice of green & yellow orbicular agate, from the National Mineral Collection.

Amethyst-Stalactite-Cross-Section-on-Coral

Cacoxenite / El Horcajo Mines, Spain

Opal