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mineralogy-porn:    Native Gold from Mina Zapata, South America

mineralogy-porn: Native Gold from Mina Zapata, South America

Acquamarina (varietà i Berillo) with muscovite  Nagar, Hunza Valley, Gilgit District, Northern Pakistan.  320x180 mm

Acquamarina (varietà i Berillo) with muscovite Nagar, Hunza Valley, Gilgit District, Northern Pakistan. 320x180 mm

Tremolite

Tremolite

Colorful fossilized coral, from Indonesia. This material is often drab or monotone, so good, solid pieces with strong hues are few and far between. This one has rich coloration, One can clearly see the stone's unmistakeable one-of-a-kind pattern of flower-like starbursts. Hence the name 'flowers of the sea', as it is sometimes known. The stone is actually composed of the highly silicated fossil remains of colonial sea coral, many millions of years old!  58x24mm/56 carats

Colorful fossilized coral, from Indonesia. This material is often drab or monotone, so good, solid pieces with strong hues are few and far between. This one has rich coloration, One can clearly see the stone's unmistakeable one-of-a-kind pattern of flower-like starbursts. Hence the name 'flowers of the sea', as it is sometimes known. The stone is actually composed of the highly silicated fossil remains of colonial sea coral, many millions of years old! 58x24mm/56 carats

Tanzanite from Merelani Hills, Lelatema Mtns., Arusha Region,    From Marin Mineral

Tanzanite from Merelani Hills, Lelatema Mtns., Arusha Region, From Marin Mineral

Contraluz Opal from Oregon cut by Kevin Lane Smith. Scheduled to appear in next years edition of the Handbook of Gemmology, it is just another wonderful example of what Mother Earth provides.

Contraluz Opal from Oregon cut by Kevin Lane Smith. Scheduled to appear in next years edition of the Handbook of Gemmology, it is just another wonderful example of what Mother Earth provides.

FIRE OBSIDIAN ROUGH! THE RAREST OBSIDIAN

FIRE OBSIDIAN ROUGH! THE RAREST OBSIDIAN

Gems & stones rainbow 3 - names and colors (red-pink-purple)

Gems & stones rainbow 3 - names and colors (red-pink-purple)

Black Opal In 1901 opal mining begins at Lightning Ridge. Lightning Ridge is the home of Black Opal, the most precious variety of all opals.

Black Opal In 1901 opal mining begins at Lightning Ridge. Lightning Ridge is the home of Black Opal, the most precious variety of all opals.

Crystals and gems are revered and collected for their physical beauty and monetary value and this Opal Butte crystal with contra luz color is no exception. The stunning gemstone, like many opals, features a varied spectrum of colors, but what separates it from the others is its spectacular visual effect. It looks like an underwater view of the ocean floor as light shines through it. There's a surreal quality about the gemstone that looks like a pocket-sized aquarium.

Crystals and gems are revered and collected for their physical beauty and monetary value and this Opal Butte crystal with contra luz color is no exception. The stunning gemstone, like many opals, features a varied spectrum of colors, but what separates it from the others is its spectacular visual effect. It looks like an underwater view of the ocean floor as light shines through it. There's a surreal quality about the gemstone that looks like a pocket-sized aquarium.