Kym Gordon Moore

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Author of "Wings of the Wind: A Cornucopia of Poetry" & "Diversities of Gifts: Same Spirit," poet, philanthropist, tea lover & "Bling" enthusiast!
Kym Gordon Moore
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MALACHITE STONES "MALAHIT"

Malachite with Chrysocolla Stalactite Crystal . A vivid turquoise blue Chrysocolla exterior has been partially polished to reveal an amazing interior of velvety concentric bands of darker and lighter green chatoyant Malachite.

agate

agate

A Giant Super fine Chunk of Larimar

Larimar is a rare form of pectolite, found only in the Dominican Republic. This mineral is a mixture of beautiful Caribbean Copper Blue-Green colors. Credit : Daniel Virgadaula Check Amazing Geologist for more.

Rhodochrosite

Rhodochrosite

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“The Stone of Happiness” Euclase is a rare stone that stimulates spiritual energy and amplifies the energies of the mind. It connects one’s heart with their intuition and embraces happiness and influences serendipity. I NEED this crystal ❤

Golden Rutile in Quartz

mineralists: Two colorless Quartz crystals with golden Rutile needles on and inside them. there are also plates of Hematite in the center. The Rutile radiates from the Hematite center.

Fluorita

Fluorita

Florentine is an enigmatic diamond which has light yellow color,with green overtone & estimated137 carats.Its history starts with duke of Burgundy in 15th c He died in battle while wearing diamond.Stone was stolen by peasant & sold for a florin(he thought it was glass) It then changed owners few times In the 17th c, stone became possession of Medici familly.With last Medici diamond became one of Habsburg Crown Jewels.After World War I,it was stolen and never found again, from Iryna

The Florentine Diamond. Once the great yellow diamond of the Medici Family, this historic Indian stone is light yellow in color with a very slight green overtone and is fashioned in the form of an irregular, nine-sided, one double rose cut. It carats.