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Kristallid, (pool)vääriskivid, mineraalid

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Kristallid, (pool)vääriskivid, mineraalid

Kristallid, (pool)vääriskivid, mineraalid

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Epidote from Austria

Bi-color Tourmaline

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Tourmaline and Quartz.

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Ametrine / Anahi Mine, Bolivia

Elbaite ~ As a gemstone, elbaite is a desirable member of the tourmaline group because of the variety and depth of its colours and quality of the crystals. Originally discovered on the island of Elba, Italy in 1913, it has since been found in many parts of the world. In 1994, a major locality was discovered in Canada, at O'Grady Lakes in the Yukon.

100 Years – 100 Objects : Elbaite (on Quartz)

Metaphysical and Healing Properties of Euclase

Rutilated Quartz

Stibnite (Antimony Sulfur). Jiujiang Prefecture, Jiangxi Province, China

Iron-stained Quartz crystals on Hematite

Dom Pedro Aquamarine - The world's largest cut and polished aquamarine. Housed in the permanent collection of the Houston Museum of Natural Science.


A magnificent display specimen of 'kidney ore' Hematite found in the early 1900's.

Tanzanite from Tanzania

Rhodochrosite from Uchucchacua Mine, Oyon Prov., Peru

Vibrant pink Kunzite with Quartz points and Albite accenting. This beautiful specimen is doubley terminated and the Quartz crystal is nearly pristine with a full point. The color of the Kunzite is quite strong (so many large Kunzites tend to be pale) and the crystal faces are well striated and glassy. There are the normal internal craze lines and the bottom termination is complex due to the influence of Albite matrix (now removed)

Beryl var. Aquamarine / Braldu Valley, Pakistan



Herkimer Dimond

It is hard to have favorites when it comes to crystals and gem stones, but this is a favorite! Larimar, only found in the Dominican Republic and looks like the ocean.