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  • Amethyst

    Amethyst

    Amethyst is the purple variety of the quartz mineral species. It's the gem that's most commonly associated with the color purple, even though there are other purple gems such as sapphire and tanzanite. Amethyst's purple color can range from a...

  • Bumble Bee Jasper

    Bumble Bee Jasper

    Bumble Bee Jasper is actually a combination of volcanic matter, anhydrite, hematite, sulfur and arsenic.  Properties - enabling you to accept change, find new opportunities, increase your self-esteem and make decisions without relying on emotions...

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  • Charoite

    Charoite

    Charoite is translucent lavender to purple in color with a pearly luster. ... It has an unusual swirling, fibrous appearance, sometimes chatoyant, and that, along with its intense color, can lead many to believe at first that it is synthetic or...

  • Chrysocolla

    Chrysocolla

    Chrysocolla is a copper stone, ranging from light green to deep blue, and is often found in association with Malachite and Azurite. Some chrysocolla contains Cuprite.  Properties - Chrysocolla calms, cleanses...

  • Crazy Lace Agate

    Crazy Lace Agate

    Crazy lace agate (also known as Mexican Agate) is a banded chalcedony (microcrystalline quartz) that's infused with iron and aluminum and is often brightly colored and complexly patterned. This produces the creamy browns, blacks, greys and...

  • Gold Sheen Obsidian

    Gold Sheen Obsidian

    Golden Sheen Obsidian is brown or black colored Obsidian that reflects a golden sheen on its surface as a result of gas bubbles being trapped in between its layers as the molten lava began to cool while the Obsidian was...

  • Labradorite

    Labradorite

    Labradorite is an important feldspar gemstone. It often displays a beautiful iridescent play of colors, which can move as the stone is rotated. Labradorite gemstones usually have a dark base color with metallic-looking color plays of blue,...

  • Lapis lazuli

    Lapis Lazuli

    Lapis lazuli is an aggregate of several minerals. Lazurite grains provide its characteristic blue color, while golden flakes of pyrite can add attractive contrast. Lapis lazuli is a rock, which means it's an aggregate of several minerals...

  • Malachite

    Malachite

    Malachite is a copper carbonate mineral. It can form acicular and prismatic crystals but is more commonly botryoidal, massive, or as stalactites. It is a vibrant green color often banded with light and dark greens and has a light green streak...

  • Tigers Eye

    Tigers Eye

    Tiger's-eye, also called "tiger eye" and "tigers eye," is a very popular gemstone that displays a chatoyancy (cat's-eye) when a polished stone is moved back and forth in incident light. It is a quartz gemstone, usually amber to brown in color, that forms...

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