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    Angel with gemstone

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    Pearlz

  • Amber Pendant

    Amber Pendant

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    crystal

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    Celtic Brooch

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    Broken diamonds 2

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    Quartz Cluster

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    Backlit quartz form tequizquiapan, Queretaro, Mx

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    silver ruby ring

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    Silver & Lapis Ring

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    Valentine Love Red Heart Necklace

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    Backlit quartz form tequizquiapan, Queretaro, Mx

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    Family Jewel 1

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    Broken diamonds 1

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    Ring

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    SpringCut Diamond Ring 1

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    God

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    Delta Dawn

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    semi-precious stones

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    mosaic glass

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    Ring Set 1

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    Greased Lightnin

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    Backlit quartz form tequizquiapan, Queretaro, Mx

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    Chain

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    pearls

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    Roach

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    Backlit quartz form tequizquiapan, Queretaro, Mx

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    Gem 1

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    Jewel 1

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    Wedding Ring

  • Mia's Ring

    Mia's Ring

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    Backlit quartz form tequizquiapan, Queretaro, Mx

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    Two Rings

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    Seashell

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    Accessories 3

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    Glass Beeds

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    necklace 2

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    clock 1

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    Pendants 17

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    crystal 3

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    Time piece

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    Music Tape

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    Malachite

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    Mask

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    ice & snow

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    Green Stone

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    Bolas in Fire

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    wedding rings

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    Dinar coins 2

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    Small crystals

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    Gem stone ring 4

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    raindrops

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    bijoux

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    Vivianite with triphylite and

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    Old paint 5

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    Colares

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    Vishnevite

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    all that glitters

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    Twenty Cents

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    Deep Purple

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    alarm positron 3

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    Moon and Stars Ball

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    Zinnwaldite

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    ring 1

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    Rings

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    metal kitchenware 4

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    Aerinite

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    Zinkenite with sphalerite

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    Villiamumite in nepheline syen

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    Aluminum

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    Aurichalcite

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    Tennantite

  • Titantaramellite in sanbornite

    Titantaramellite in sanbornite

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    Flowers 1

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    Mini BMW

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    Tenorite in allophane

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    Car 1

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    Shell

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    Bead Necklace 2

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    shit 1

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    Bead

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    Bead Necklace 1

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    Pulcera

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    Some flowers

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    Amphilbole ::Tremolite-Asbesto

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    Gemstones

    Andalusite

    andalusite
    Andalusiteis a metamorphic mineral and a strongly pleochroic gem material.

    Birthstones

    birthstones
    Birthstonesare gems assigned to the month of a person*s birth. They are popular gifts in the U.S.

    + Gems

    gem photos
    + Gems- Photos of over beautiful gems ranging from the popular to the obscure.

    All About Diamonds

    Diamond
    DiamondA collection of photos, articles, facts, maps and graphs about diamonds.

    Tumbled Stones

    Tumbled Stones
    Tumbled Stonesare rocks that have been rounded, smoothed and polished in a rock tumbler.

    Opal Photos

    Opal
    Pictures of OpalA collection of different types of opal from all around the world and Mars too!

    Geology of Gems

    Geology of Gems
    Geology of Gems- The first comprehensive book on the geology of gem deposits.

    Moonstone

    moonstone
    Moonstoneis one of the world*s most popular gems. A soft glow of light floats under its surface.

    Blue Gemstones

    blue gemstones
    Blue Gemstones- Most people shopping for a colored stone are looking for something blue.

    Ruby and Sapphire

    Ruby and Sapphire
    Ruby and Sapphireare the 2nd and 3rd most popular colored stones in the United States.

    Emerald

    emerald
    Emeraldis the most popular green gemstone in the United States and most of the world.

    Geodes

    Geodes
    Geodeslook like ordinary rocks on the outside but can be spectacular inside!

    Blood Diamonds

    Blood Diamonds
    Blood DiamondsIllegally-traded diamonds that may have been stolen or used to fund conflict.

    Morganite

    morganite
    Morganiteis an orange to pink gemstone, a variety of beryl, that is growing rapidly in popularity.

    American Gemstones

    U.S. Gemstones
    Mined in America- Small mines in the United States produce a diversity of beautiful gemstones.

    Amethyst

    Amethyst
    Amethyst- the most popular purple gem. It has a beautiful color and reasonable price.

    Cat*s Eye Gems

    cats eye gems
    Cat*s Eye Gemslook like the eye of a cat. They have a line of light that moves across the gem.

    Hardness Picks

    Hardness Picks
    Hardness Picks- Mohs hardness testing with precise and easy-to-use hardness picks.

    Green Gemstones

    Green Gemstones
    Green Gemstones- emerald, peridot, jade, tsavorite, chrome diopside, chrysoprase, more.

    Goldstone

    goldstone
    Goldstoneis a colorful man-made glass that is full of highly-reflective metallic inclusions.

    Turquoise

    Turquoise
    TurquoiseA blue to bluish- green gem material that has been used for over years.

    Spodumene

    Spodumene
    Spodumeneis an ore of lithium and the mineral of the gems kunzite and hiddenite.

    Ant Hill Garnets

    Ant Hill Garnets
    Ant Hill Garnets- tiny gems that ants haul to the surface and discard on their anthill. Honest!

    Strontium Titanate

    strontium titanate
    Strontium Titanate- lab created diamond simulant with fire much stronger than diamond.

    Labradorite

    Labradorite
    Labradoriteis a feldspar gem that can produce bright flashes of iridescent color.

    Ruby and Sapphire

    Ruby and Sapphire
    Ruby & Sapphireare gem corundums - ruby when red, sapphire when other colors.

    Garnet

    Garnet
    Garnetis best known as a red gemstone. It occurs in any color and has many industrial uses.

    Geology Tools

    Geology Tools
    Geology Tools- Rock hammers, field bags, hand lenses, maps, hardness picks, gold pans.

    Tourmaline

    Tourmaline
    Tourmaline- the most colorful mineral and natural gem material on Earth.

    Petrified Wood

    Petrified Wood
    Petrified Woodis a fossilized wood that often serves as a colorful gem material.

    What Is Jade?

    Jade
    Jadehas been used as a gemstone and a tool-making material for for s of years.

    Topaz

    Topaz
    Topazis a popular birthstone and the #8 mineral in the Mohs Hardness Scale.

    Fire Agate

    Fire Agate
    Fire Agateis a rare brown agate that exhibits iridescent colors of red, orange, yellow and green.

    Rock Tumbling

    rock tumblers
    Rock Tumblers- All about rock tumblers and rock tumbling. Read before you buy a tumbler.

    Ethiopian Opal

    Ethiopian opal
    Ethiopian Opal- The new opal heavyweight that might give Australia a run.

    Organic Gems

    Organic Gems
    Organic Gemsare gems formed from plant or animal materials.

    Azurmalachite

    azurmalachite
    Azurmalachiteis a mixture of malachite and azurite. It can be a beautiful blue and green gem.

    Red Beryl

    Red Beryl
    Red Berylis one of the rarest gems. Small amounts are mined at one locality in Utah.

    Ammolite

    Ammolite
    Ammoliteis a fossil and a gemstone. It is shell material from fossil ammonites.

    Yellow Diamonds

    Yellow Diamonds
    Yellow Diamondsare the most valuable yellow gems and the 2nd most common fancy diamond.

    Goshenite

    goshenite
    Gosheniteis the colorless variety of the mineral beryl and a gem of interest mainly to collectors.

    Citrine

    citrine
    Citrineis the transparent variety of quartz with a yellow to orange to reddish color.

    Tanzanite

    tanzanite
    Tanzanitewas unknown until a few decades ago but it has erupted into wide popularity.

    Opalite

    Opalite
    Opaliteis a word that can refer to either common opal or a man-made opalescent material.

    Lab-Grown Diamonds

    Lab-Grown Diamonds
    Lab-Grown DiamondsWhat are they? Can people really make diamonds? Are they real?

    Colored Diamonds

    colored diamonds
    Colored Diamondsare diamonds with a noticeable body color. They can sell for over $1M/carat.

    Aquamarine

    Aquamarine
    Aquamarineis a popular blue gemstone that serves as a birthstone for the month of March.

    Lapis Lazuli

    lapis lazuli
    Lapis Lazuli- a metamorphic rock and the most popular blue opaque gemstone in history.

    Malachite

    Malachite
    Malachitehas served as a gem material, pigment and ore of copper for thousands of years.

    Bloodstone

    bloodstone
    Bloodstoneis a dark green jasper with a splatter of red color that looks like blood.

    Petrified Palm

    Petrified Palm
    Petrified Palmis often confused with petrified wood. It is a distinctly different material.

    Jet

    jet
    Jetis a black organic gem material that forms from well-preserved woody material.

    Green Diamonds

    Green Diamonds
    Green Diamonds- one of the rarest and most valuable diamond colors.

    Benitoite

    Benitoite
    Benitoite- Geology of the State Gem of California - USGS report from

    Cabochons

    Cabochons
    CabochonsA photo gallery of cabochon gemstones from around the world.

    Cat's-Eye Opal

    Cat's-Eye Opal
    Cat's-Eye Opal- a phenomenal opal that exhibits chatoyance when properly cut en cabochon.

    Rhodochrosite

    Rhodochrosite
    Rhodochrosite: a manganese mineral used as an ore, a pink gem and an ornamental stone.

    Magnesite

    magnesite
    Magnesiteis a white mineral that is often dyed to imitate turquoise or dyed outrageous colors for fun.

    Kyanite

    kyanite
    Kyaniteis a metamorphic mineral used to make porcelain, abrasive products and gems.

    Smithsonite

    Smithsonite
    Smithsoniteis a zinc carbonate mineral, an ore of zinc, and a minor gemstone.

    Gem Beryl

    Gem Beryl
    Beryl- the mineral of emerald, aquamarine, morganite, heliodor, goshenite, and more.

    Unakite

    Unakite
    UnakiteA gem material composed of green epidote and pink orthoclase.

    Synthetic Opal

    synthetic opal
    Synthetic Opalis a man-made material with the play-of-color and appearance of natural opal.

    Moldavite

    moldavite
    Moldaviteis a gem material born about 15 million years ago when a pair of asteroids struck Europe.

    Opalized Wood

    Opalized Wood
    Opalized Woodis a gem material consisting of wood that has been replaced by opaline silica.

    Zircon

    Zircon
    Zirconis a popular and colorful gem with fire and brightness that rivals diamond.

    Fire Opal

    Fire Opal
    Fire Opalis a transparent to translucent opal with a yellow, orange or red background color.

    Star Garnet

    Star Garnet
    Star Garnetsare found in only a few locations worldwide. They are the state gems of Idaho.

    Tiffany Stone

    Tiffany Stone
    Tiffany Stoneis a rare purple, blue and white rock, mined in Utah, and used as a gem.

    Iolite

    Iolite
    Ioliteis the gem variety of the mineral cordierite. An alternative to sapphire and tanzanite.

    Zoisite

    zoisite
    Zoisiteis a diverse gem. Tanzanite, thulite and anyolite are three of its gem varieties.

    Common Opal

    Common Opal
    Common Opalis a material that does not exhibit the play-of-color seen in precious opal.

    Fancy Sapphire

    Fancy Sapphires
    Fancy Sapphiresare gem corundums of any color other than red, blue or colorless.

    Chrysoprase

    Chrysoprase
    Chrysoprase- The translucent green variety of chalcedony that is colored by nickel.

    Variscite

    Variscite
    Varisciteis a yellowish green to bluish green mineral. It is similar to turquoise and cut as a gem.

    Aventurine

    Aventurine
    Aventurine- a translucent quartz with reflective inclusions that cause aventurescence.

    Gaspeite

    gaspeite
    Gaspeiteis a rare green ore of nickel that has become a popular gem in southwestern jewelry.

    Sonora Sunrise

    Sonora Sunrise
    Sonora Sunriseis a gem material of Mexico composed of red cuprite and blue-green chrysocolla.

    Diopside

    Chrome Diopside
    Chrome Diopsideis a green gemstone that is often used as an alternative stone for emerald.

    Ametrine

    Ametrine
    Ametrineis a bicolor quartz (amethyst + citrine) and a gemstone of growing popularity.

    Hemimorphite

    Hemimorphite
    Hemimorphiteis an ore of zinc that can often be cut into gems with spectacular blue color.

    Turritella Agate

    Turritella Agate
    Turritella Agateis a brown agate containing snail fossils from the Green River Formation.

    Brown Diamonds

    Brown Diamonds
    Brown Diamondsare growing in popularity and are frequently seen in fashion jewelry.

    Scapolite

    Scapolite
    Scapolitecan be a pretty faceted stone or a translucent cab with cats-eye effects.

    Peridot

    Peridot
    Peridotis the gem variety of olivine. Derived from the mantle and rarely from meteorites.

    Chrysoberyl

    chrysoberyl
    Chrysoberylan extreme gem. Its hardness is , can display chatoyance or color-change.

    Azurite

    Azurite
    Azuriteis a vivid blue copper mineral that can be cut into beautiful cabochon gems.

    Diamond Producers

    Diamond Producers
    Diamondsare mined in many countries and their relative importance changes frequently.

    Imitation Opal

    Imitation Opal
    Imitation Opalis man-made and looks like opal, but without the same composition or structure.

    Gifts That Rock

    Gifts That Rock
    Gifts That Rock- What are the most popular gift items in the Geology.com store

    Charoite

    Charoite
    Charoiteis a rare purple mineral from Russia used as a gem material and ornamental stone.

    Sugilite

    Sugilite
    Sugiliteis a rare mineral and a gemstone best known for its vibrant pink to purple color.

    Iris Agate

    Iris Agate
    Iris Agatecan produce a rainbow of colors when light passes between its thin bands.

    Smoky Quartz

    Smoky quartz
    Smoky Quartz- A brown color-variety of the mineral quartz often cut as a gem.

    Maw Sit Sit

    Maw Sit Sit
    Maw Sit Sitis a metamorphic rock and a gem material that was once thought be jade.

    Gem Silica

    Gem Silica
    Gem Silicais a blue chalcedony colored by copper. It is the rarest and most valuable chalcedony.

    Serpentine

    Serpentine
    Serpentine- a group of metamorphic minerals used as gems and architectural stone.

    Polka Dot Agate

    Polka Dot Agate
    Polka Dot Agate- a translucent blue to white agate with a suspension of colorful dots.

    Blue Topaz

    Blue Topaz
    Blue Topaz- The most popular topaz for jewelry. The color is usually a product of treatment.

    Rose Quartz

    Rose Quartz
    Rose Quartzis the name used for specimens of translucent quartz with a pink color.

    K2 Granite

    K2 Granite - aka K2 Jasper
    K2 Graniteis a white granite with blue orbs of azurite. It is a new gem material from Pakistan.

    Helenite

    Helenite
    Heleniteis a man-made glass produced by fusing ash from the Mount St. Helens eruption.

    Apatite

    Apatite
    Apatiteproduces gemstones with vivid colors and is popular with collectors.

    Titanite aka Sphene

    Titanite
    Titaniteis also known as sphene. It is a minor source of titanium and a minor gem.

    Rhodonite

    rhodonite
    Rhodoniteis a pink manganese silicate used as a gemstone, an ornamental stone and an ore.

    Peanut Wood?

    Peanut Wood
    Peanut Wood?Yes! It is a very interesting gem material found in Western Australia.

    Heliodor

    Heliodor
    Heliodoris a yellow, greenish-yellow or golden yellow beryl used as a gem.

    Prasiolite

    Prasiolite
    Prasioliteis amethyst that has been heat-treated to a leek-green color.

    Lepidolite

    Lepidolite
    Lepidolite- a pink to purple mica sometimes used as a gem. A source of color in pink aventurine.

    Morado Opal

    Morado Opal
    Morado Opalis a purple variety of common opal which is found in central Mexico.

    Sunstone

    Sunstone
    SunstoneA feldspar with aventurescence caused by tiny copper inclusions.

     

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