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Crystals, Minerals, Gems and Rocks


Crystals, Minerals, Gems and Rocks

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amethyst with a citrine crystal growing in the center like a candle

Polished "Mad River" agate from Madagascar

Aqua Aura Quartz

Aqua Aura Quartz Cluster • 65.6g

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The Most Expensive Gemstones in the World Infographic - more on the site.

The Most Expensive Gemstones in the World – With Infographic!

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Demantoid Garnet

A pink cushion-shaped sapphire, weighing approximately 49.04 carats

Christie's Magnificent Jewels - Geneva - May 14th, 2014

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Imperial Topaz

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World's largest quartz crystal cluster on display. Crystal gallery, Swakopmund, Namibia. Quartz crystal cluster on display in a museum in Namibia. This is the world's largest quartz cluster, it was discovered in 1985 at the bottom of a 45 metre deep cave in the Otjua mine near Karibib in Namibia. It weighs 14,100 kg and took three years to excavate and remove.

Prasiolite From Brazil Weighs 51 Carats

Prasiolite From Brazil Weighs 51 Carats

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Color Changing Garnet from Madagascar ~ changes in daylight & incandescent light. Amazing!

Blog - Alexandrite Like Garnets

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Crystal Clear Aquamarine - #pixiecrystals: bizarre super rare nail-head, multi-faceted termination

Ocean Blue Obsidian Crystal Egg

Ocean Blue Obsidian Crystal Egg

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Baltic amber bear amulet. Approx. 3500 years old.

Sapphires

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The "Purple Orchid" diamond, close up.

Gem quality sphalerite is a rare collector stone. The mineral is usually nearly black in color but is occasionally found in transparent pieces of an orange or yellowish brown hue.

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Phenakite, one of the brightest of the colorless gemstones. Hardness: 7-5 - 8. Its name is derived from the Greek word 'phenakos' meaning deceiver, because of its close similarity to quartz, especially rock crystal. Phenakite was initially thought to be a variety of quartz, but its crystal twinning is distinct.

Multicolour.com > Gem Library > Gemstones Varieties > Phenakite

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138.72-carat Rosser Reeves Star Ruby might be the largest and finest star ruby in the world.

Rosser Reeves Star Ruby - Gem Gallery - Smithsonian Institution

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Painite, the rarest gem mineral on earth.

Indian Alexandrite under sunlight. Superior brilliance, and excellent clarity and although the color change is not strong, alexandrites from Andrapradesh are well known for their beautiful daylight color.

Large amethyst geode with a large hexagonal calcite crystal inside Photo credit: Steven Bookbinder / Mineral Friends ♥

Minty green Montana sapphire

Montana Sapphires, American Cut Gemstones

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The world's rarest gem is believed to be painite, a gem that most have never even heard of. Rarity does not equate to beauty in gems, however. The painite is an orangish or reddish brown, with the brown tint coming from iron in the crystal. It was first discovered in Burma in the 1950s and was widely considered to be the rarest of all gems, with only two faceted crystals in existence.

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Yuhua Stone (Rain Flower Stone) is a special kind of stone found in Nanjing, China, due to the unique geology of the area. Yuhua stones, or pebbles, are of sedimentary origin and consist of minerals including quartz and other silicates. They are found in the Yangtze River, polished smooth by the action of water. Colors include red, rose, yellow, green, and white.

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