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Aquamarine and Muscovite

Iron Oxide in Quartz

Trinity Mineral Co Auction: Minerals

mini 4 by Amy Brener

Amy Brener - mini 4

Octahedral Fluorite on Quartz on green Fluorite - De’An, Jiangxi Province, China

Beautiful purple and blue boulder opal and opalized wood...cut by Bill Kasso

Three yellow Flourite spheres on a fully terminated calcite scalenohedron. The calcite itself is perched on the end of a quartz spire - India

Blue Dot Chrysocolla - a cross-section of a blue Chrysocolla tube in Quartz. From Ray mine, Arizona


rose quartz crystal ❦ CRYSTALS ❦ semi precious stones ❦ Kristall ❦ Minerals ❦ Cristales ❦

Phantom Opal from Ethiopia

Polished boulder opal

32.40 cts yowah opal polished pendant stone double sided

Oregon Lemon Oregon Opal. The opals are found in rhyolite geodes (thundereggs) in a perlite that has altered to a pastel colored clay.


Black Opal is Australia’s national gemstone, and black opal is the rarest and most valuable of its kind, at times selling at prices that rival the best diamonds. The stone must have a rich, black background, but base colors come in all shades of gray, which is why opinions vary on what is a “true” black opal. Found in the Lightning Ridge area in northwestern New South Wales, black opals are natural, solid stones that absorb scattered white light, giving it brilliant spectral colors.

Hag stones. Traditional amulets When I grew up, my mum used to say that stones with natural holes right through them were magical, that they made it possible for people to see the spirits in the world, and that they would give the owner good luck. I still keep most of the stones I find with holes in them.

Phantom Amethyst, Brandberg, Erongo, Namibia / Mineral Friends ♥

Opalized wood fossil

7.80 cts opalized wood fossil cabochon natural stone

Halite from Racalmuto mine, Racalmuto, Agrigento Province, Sicily, Italy

Fine Collector Mineral Specimens - Andy Seibel