Agate Agate is a cryptocrystalline variety of silica, chiefly chalcedony, characterised by its fineness of grain and brightness of color.
Alexanderite (Laboratory Grown)
Alexandrites (Labortory Grown) are amazing gemstones for jewelry, because faceted gems undergo a dramatic color change in different types of light (essentially the same physical properties as natural).
Amethyst is a violet variety of quartz often used in jewelry.
Amethyst (Laboratory Grown)
Amethyst (Laboratory Grown) is a violet variety of Laboratory Grown quartz (essentially the same physical properties as natural) often used in jewelry.
Ametrine, also known as trystine or by its trade name as bolivianite, is a naturally occurring variety of quartz.
Andalusite has a very distinct combination of colors, and a very pronounced level of pleochroism, which results in the exhibition of different colors when viewed from different angles.
Blue to blue-green apatite is generally considered the primary color apatite as regards metaphysical properties.
Aquamarine is a blue to green-blue variety of precious beryl.
Aventurine is a form of quartz, characterised by its translucency and the presence of platy mineral inclusions that give a shimmering or glistening effect termed aventurescence.
Bloodstone, green jasper dotted with bright red spots of iron oxide, was treasured in ancient times and served for a long time as the birthstone for March.
Carnelian is a brownish-red mineral which is commonly used as a semi-precious gemstone. Similar to carnelian is sard, which is generally harder and darker.
Chrome diopside is a chromium-rich, transparent to translucent variety of gemstone-quality calcium magnesium silicate. It is one of the rarer varieties of diopside.
Citrine is one of the most affordable yet durable gemstones. Citrine includes yellow to gold to orange-brown shades of transparent quartz.
Citrine (Labortory Grown) gemstones are an affordable way to invest in gemstones (essentially the same physical properties as natural) and still add beauty to your design.
Emerald, the green variety of Beryl, is the most famous and valuable green gemstone. Its beautiful green color, combined with durability and rarity, make it one of the most expensive gemstones.
Emerald (Laboratory Grown)
Emerald (Laboratory Grown) created emeralds are not fakes, rather they are REAL emeralds grown in a laboratory.
Garnet is a popular and affordable gemstone available in a number of varieties and colors. Red garnet is the best known, but the most valuable garnets is tsavorite
Helenite, also known as Mount St. Helens obsidian, emerald obsidianite, and ruby obsidianite, is glass made from the fused volcanic rock dust from Mount St. Helens
Iolite is a transparent gem-quality form of cordierite and the Greek word ios meaning violet
Jade is applied to 2 different rocks. One is Amphibole mineral which is also named Nephrite.
Kunzite is the pale pink-violet to light violet species of the mineral spodumene. Kunzite is named as a tribute to George F. Kunz
Kyanite Kyanite, whose name derives from the Greek word kuanos sometimes referred to as "kyanos".
Lapis lazuli, or lapis for short, is a deep blue semi-precious stone that has been prized since antiquity for its intense color.
Moldavite is an olive-green or dull greenish vitreous substance possibly formed by a meteorite impact.
Obsidian is a naturally occurring volcanic glass formed as an extrusive igneous rock. It is produced when felsic lava extruded from a volcano cools rapidly.
Opal is known for its unique display of flashing rainbow colors called play-of-color.
Opal Triplet/Doublets consist of Two or three parts TOP LEVEL: Crystal protective survface, MIDDLE LEVEL: Slice of Opal, & BOTTOM LEVEL: A protective material.
Padparaschah (Laboratory Grown)
Padparaschah (Laboratory Grown) created Padparaschah are not fakes, rather they are REAL Padparaschah grown in a laboratory.
Peridot is a gem-quality variety of olivine. It belongs to the forsterite-fayalite mineral series. Peridot is an idiochromatic gem, meaning its color comes from the basic chemical composition.
Prehnite meaning is a stone of unconditional love. It is said to connect to the archangel Raphael.
Quartz is one of the most common minerals on earth, and is well known in the gems world in its many forms.
Rutilated quartz is one of the many types of quartz that make up 12% of the earth crust and is hard to find.
Rose de France
A Rose de France amethyst is a member of the amethyst family of gemstones. It is defined by its markedly light shade of the purple known to the amethyst family.
A ruby is a pink to blood-red colored gemstone, a variety of the mineral corundum. The red color is caused mainly by the presence of the element chromium.
Rubies (Laboratory) are real rubies as far as their chemical properties are concerned
Sapphire is the most precious and valuable gemstone. It is a very desirable gemstone due to its excellent color, hardness, durability, and luster.
Sapphire (Laboratory Grown)
Sapphire (Laboratory Grown) are chemically, optically and physically identical to natural sapphires.
Spinel is a gemstone that occurs in a wide range of colors. Red and blue spinels have often been confused with ruby and sapphire.
Sunstone gets its name from bright flashes of light within the stone produced by tiny plate-like inclusions of copper or hematite.
Tanzanite is an extraordinary gemstone. It occurs in only one place worldwide. Its blue, surrounded by a fine hint of purple, is a wonderful color.
Tigers eye (also called tiger eye) is a chatoyant gemstone that is usually a metamorphic rock that is a golden to red-brown color.
Topaz makes an ideal gem. A good hardness and desirable colors, combined with a relative abundance and availability makes it one the most popular gemstones.
Tourmaline is the most colorful of all gemstones. It occurs in all colors, but pink, red, green, blue and multicolored are its most well-known gem colors.
Turquoise is an opaque, blue-to-green mineral that is a hydrated phosphate of copper and aluminium.
Zircon has great brilliance and intensive fire, due to its high refractive index and strong dispersion.
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