Rhodochrosite, quartz, and chalcopyrite

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*68mm* Mineral! RARE Fossil Wood PRECIOUS OPAL Crystal - Virgin Valley, Nevada / Mineral Friends <3

Fluorite. Often called the most colorful mineral in the world. Gives its name to fluorescence, it absorbs then emits light. It is also thermoluminesent, it re-emits absorbed light when heated.

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Hessonite and Diopside - Ala Valley, Lanzo Valleys, Torino Province, Piedmont, Italy

Topaz is a neosilicate mineral. It has a hardness of 8 (Mohs), forms crystals in a wide range of possible colors, and these are prized as gemstones.

Azurite -what a stunning piece I could sleep inside it and it will talk to my dreams..

~ Mohave turquoise ~ It is composed of small chunks of natural blue turquoise (some with fabulous spiderwebbing), to which they added purple dye and a brassy-bronze metallic.

Rose Quartz Geode - Druzy Cabochon | What is Druzy? Druzy crystals take hundreds or even thousands of years to form. They form as molten rock begins to cool with trapped gases inside. The gases cause gaps in the rock. As groudwater flows through these gaps for century after century, minerals crystalize on the rock--forming a blanket of intense crystalization.

Strengite - Pink, bladed, stellate spray of strengite crystals on matrix. - Indian Mountain, Cherokee County, Alabama, USA.

Lovely Aquamarine; my birthstone. I think I like it better in its natural form.

Pink Aura Quartz

Starry Quartz - incredible! wish I could shrink it down and turn it into jewelry. www.boldbodaciousjewelry.com

Tourmaline - beautiful crystal creations -were put here for us to enjoy, so stop being afraid of those who try to push new age ideas - crystals DO have healing in them - I have proved it and you can also <3

Druzy....It seems so other worldly to me..... It's like a dragon egg

Minerals and Crystals — Smithsonite - Hilarion, Lavrion, Attica, Greece

sugilite/richterite . This crystal is said to be the crystal of Archangel Michael. That is why I am pinning this here.

deep emerald. Looks like Zambian emerald with bluish hue. Not sure, though.

Smoky Quartz - Val Giuv, Tujetsch, Vorderrhein Valley, Graubünden, Switzerland