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Crystals, Rocks and Gemstones

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Crystals, Rocks and Gemstones

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Gem Topaz with Lepidolite Crystals


Phantom Opal from Ethiopia

Sphalerite with Quartz, Bulgaria

Rhodochrosite included within Quartz / Greece

Solid Detroit Agate, Fordite Cabochon, Early 1960's by suzybones

Opal Aura Quartz with Lemurian terminations from Arkansas - the iridescent colours are a result of platinum being present in quartz

Fire Obsidian (rare), Glass Butte, Oregon

Iridescent Andradite Garnet from Hermosillo, Mexico

Pala International: FotogFocus - Wimon Manorotkul

Cinnabar on Dolomite

Liddicoatite - The photo shows a slice from a single crystal of liddicoatite, a member of the tourmaline family. The color-zoning reveal the crystal's history, just as the rings in a tree records its past. Crystals may start and stop growing many times. In most cases, there is no way of knowing how long each phase lasted. This particular crystal changed color as it grew. The pink portion of the liddicoatite formed when the solution feeding it was manganese rich.

The Dynamic Earth @ National Museum of Natural History

Druzy Chrysocolla by FenderMinerals on Flickr

Aquamarine, Origin: Nord Western Vietnam, 38 cm height, 4340 gram weight, 21.700 ct.

Aquamarine 4,340 kg - KN Jewellery

Dragons Breath Fire Opal Ring

Dragons breath fire opal ring

Ametrine-rare and unusual stone which occurs in quartz when amethyst and citrine reside in the same crystal. VERY RARE only found in Bolivia. Wards off depression, leads to inner peace and tranquility. The merge of amethyst and citrine makes this a powerful money stone, and excellent via to higher psychic awareness.

Logan Sapphire, the second largest (blue) sapphire known, weighing 422.99 carats (84.6 g). On display at the Natural History Museum in Washington DC via Flickr

fukang meteorite (3)

fukang meteorite (1)

The 4.5 Billion Year Old Fukang Meteorite

Finding the Ocean Inside an Opal

Finding the Ocean Inside an Opal

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    Sandy Widener

    Probably the prettiest stone ever!

Finding the Ocean Inside an Opal

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Finding the Ocean Inside an Opal