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Citrine from the Killian Collection 10.10 ct Memory Designed by Jeff Graham Faceted by Jan Barglowski

Carved Ametrine (Amethyst and Citrine that has grown in the same crystal), incorporates the "Dyber Optic Dishes" on the front and back, creating optical illusions. Partially frosted.

Hand Knapped Agate Arrowhead by Wood’s Stoneworks and Photo Factory on Flickr.

Chrysoberyl is composed of beryllium aluminum oxide and is colorless when in its pure form. Trace amounts of iron color the mineral yellow (as seen here), brown, and green. Chrysoberyl is an extremely hard and durable mineral. It is most commonly found as greenish-yellow crystals. Although better known for the rare and valuable cat's eye and alexandrite varieties, chrysoberyl is also cut into such attractive gems as this 114.25 carat stone from Minas Gerais, Brazil.

Opal: Fantastic up close detail of an Opal stone. Lines, shapes and colour. Incredible ideas forming in my head that need to get onto paper!!