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OPALIZED WOOD ELECTRIC BLUE FIRE STONE [BMA 11 ] 35.80 CTS

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Melody Stone by schwigorphotos, via Flickr This striking gemstone is a natural crystal from the State of Espirito Santo (Holy Spirit), in Brazil. It is known as Sacred Seven, Super Seven or Melody Stone because it is a mix of seven minerals, amethyst, clear quartz, smoked quartz, lepidocrocite, hematite, cacoxenite and goethite.

Morganite sample found on jpeters.net

Handmaden Designs LLC: Gemstone of the Week: Morganite

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Sample of Tugtupite found on classicgems.net

Handmaden Designs LLC: Gemstone of the Week: Tugtupite

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Pāua abalone are also valued for their pearls, known as Blue Eyris Pearls, which can be shades of blue, green, and everything in between www.thefeaturedcr...

Soldier Mountain Jasper from Utah

Eudialyte crystal egg from Russia

Eudialyte Natural Gemstone Crystal Egg-Russia

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Bumblebee jasper from Indonesia by Silverhawk Designer Gemstones

BUMBLE BEE jasper designer cab Silverhawk's designer gemstones.

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Pink Rose Quartz Rock Crystal Crystal Ball

TITAN 10.3" Pink Rose Quartz Rock Crystal Sphere, Crystal Ball

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Beautiful cabinet specimen of Horn Rhodochrosite from the Capillitas Mine, Argentina.

Tanzanite. Trichroic variety of ziosite. Appears bluish under fluorescent light and purplish under incandescent light. Found mostly in Mt. Kilimanjaro.

Marin Mineral Company - Tanzanite

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Mandarin Garnet, also sometimes known as orange spessartite, kunene spessartine or hollandine, is a recent discovery in the world of gemstones.

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Geyser Opal from Spencer Idaho U.S.A Spenser Opal was deposited in volcanic rocks app 4 million years ago by geysers.The primary formation of the Spencer opal mines is a rhyolite and obsidian flow filled with gas pockets. The secondary deposit is a solution of silica and water, trapped within the rock and released by a series of geysers.