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    • Amethyst
    • Precious coral or red coral is the common name given to Corallium rubrum and several related species of marine coral. The distinguishing characteristic of precious corals is their durable and intensely colored red or pink skeleton, which is used for making jewellery
    • Aquamarine
    • The name Aquamarine comes from the Latin aqua marinus, meaning "water of the sea," and refers to its sparkling ocean-like color. The pale blue, transparent crystal is a member of the Beryl family. Its color, sometimes bluish green, is caused by iron oxides within the chemical makeup of the stone.

    • Blue-moon Stone
    • As ancient as the moon itself, Moonstone holds the power of mystery. Its secrets are locked beneath a pearly veil, and with them, our own hidden truths. Only within its reflected light can we begin to understand what it has to teach us. Moonstone is foremost a talisman of the inward journey, taking one deep into the self to retrieve what is missing, the parts of the soul left behind or forgotten, then brought to light. [Simmons, 267]

      Since earliest times, Moonstone has been a tangible connection to the magic of the moon - an amulet of protection for travelers, a gift of lovers for passion, a channel for prophecy, and a path to wisdom. Our ties to the moon are strong. As it waxes and wanes in cyclic perfection, it creates the tides and rhythms of our mother, Earth, and influences our behaviors, emotions and spiritual growth. Moonstone calms and encourages, teaching us the natural rhythms of life.
    • Howlite
    • Howlite is white with grey veining. It is often dyed blue or green to resemble turquoise, or red to resemble coral. It is a super-calming stone and many people use it to relieve stress of all kinds. It makes an excellent antidote to insomnia due to an overactive mind
    • Labradorite
    • Labradorite is also the most powerful protector of the mineral kingdom, creating a shielding force throughout the aura and strengthening natural energies from within. It protects against the negativity and misfortunes of this world, and provides safe exploration into alternate levels of consciousness and in facilitating visionary experiences from the past or the future.
    • Hessonite Garnet
    • About Hessonite Garnet - History and Introduction

      Hessonite is a gem quality variety of grossularite (grossular) garnet, the calcium-aluminum silicate member of the garnet species. While most varieties of grossularite are green, hessonite is known for its characteristic honey-yellow to brown-red "cinnamon" color, though it can occur in other colors as well. It is referred to as the "cinnamon stone" or the "kaneel stone" in reference to its distinct color. Other types of grossular garnets include the more common green grossularite, chromium-rich tsavorite, the rare hydrogrossular garnet and the rare leuco garnet (colorless).

      Hessonite is an extremely important stone in Vedic astrology and like other garnets, it may also be worn as one of the traditional birthstones for the month of January. For many years, gems that were thought to be zircon were discovered to be hessonite. The name, "hessonite", was derived from the Greek word "hesson", meaning "inferior" - in reference to the fact that hessonite has a density and hardness lower than that of most other forms of garnet.
    • Snake Skin Jasper
    • Snakeskin Jasper may be red and cream, or yellow with swirling, “scale-like” patterns. It is an earth stone, and may guard/protect you against those envious of your achievements. Snakeskin Jasper, like its animal counterpart, allows you to rid yourself of old patterns and habits and embrace change, especially if you may be resistant to it. It is a companion stone, helping to guide you through these earth experiences and to keep you moving on your life path
    • Topaz
    • Topaz of any type is an important jewelry stone due to its hardness (8 on the Mohs scale) and high refractive index.

      Topaz comes in many colors, including clear, brown, yellow, orange, red, pink and blue. The blue topaz, with a pale to medium blue color created by irradiation can be found in very large sizes at affordable prices. The fine golden-yellow variety, known as imperial topaz, is relatively scarce
    • Rose Quartz
    • The unique soft pink color of rose quartz gems is thought to derive from tiny traces of titanium impurities. Rose quartz gemstones tend to be cloudy which deepens the color; transparent crystals are extremely rare. The translucent milky quality of rose quartz make it ideal for cutting en cabochon or carving in inventive ways.

    • Nigerian Pink Tourmaline
    • Tourmaline derives from the Sinhalese term "turamali", which translates as "stone of mixed colors". The very name refers to the unique spectrum of colors displayed by this gemstone, which is second to none in the realm of precious stones. One of the most versatile of gemstones, tourmaline is available in every color, from colorless to black. It can show every tone from pastel to dark, and can exhibit various colors in the same stone.

    • Blue Jasper
    • Blue Jasper draws its soothing power from the element of Water. It is a stone of strength and renewal with a slow, steady frequency and a deep circular energy that embodies the interconnectedness of all things. Its spherical patterns are a spiritual reminder of how thoughts, words and actions interact in our world and flow in a circular direction. It honors the principle that what one sends out will indeed return. Blue Jasper is a marvelous stone for cultivating patience and coping with change, and encourages giving service to others.
    • Bubmlee Bee
    • Bumble Bee is believed to be a unique artistry in itself, as each stone erupted from the volcano shows different design patterns. It is recognized to have impurities of Sulphur, Anhydrite as well as ash that are too erupted from the volcano. Bumble Bee is acknowledged seizing the attributes of both sulphur and hematite, so as it is conceived to be a stone of protection. Recognized to be erupting from the volcanoes of Indonesia, it maintains the strong inclination to relieve emotional tension from its carrier’s torso. It is auxiliary alleged to be one of the varieties of jasper; therefore it the propensity is grabbed in to provoke the instinctive and intellectual psyche of its carrier. It is traditionally considered as the best protective charm to rectify the unmanageable situations of the lifespan. It is further deliberated to be a jewel piece that serves its carrier to take away all the negativity along with the stress leading behaviors from the life.
    • Chrysocolla
    • Chrysocolla is a hydrous copper silicate with that is found in several places in the world, including Russia, Nevada in the USA, the Congo, Chile, Israel and Mexico. Often confused with turquoise, chrysocolla is often found in unusual multicolor combinations as well as in blue or green.
    • Golden Rutile
    • Quartz stones that contains mineral inclusions are called "rutilated quartz" or "sagenite", popularly known as Venus-hair stone. Rutiles are small needlelike crystals. These may be red, black or brassy yellow.

      Golden rutilated quartz integrates energy at many levels. It heightens the energy of other quartz stones and is an important healing stone.

           Illuminates the soul                           

           Cleanses and energizes

           Removes barriers to spiritual growth

           Filters negative energy

    • Mookaite
    • Mookaite is an Australian Jasper of bold, earthy beauty with a fiery fusion of red and yellow energies. It carries an invigorating frequency of strength and vitality, and increases Life Force within the physical body. An Aboriginal Mother Earth stone, it is gaining in popularity throughout the world for its healing capacity, and for empowering one to feel and connect with the electromagnetic energy currents of the Earth. It enables one to utilize these positive energies to increase one’s will and focus one’s personal power. Mookaite promotes an ageless spirit willing to accept change and seek new experiences, and awakens one’s natural instincts in knowing the right direction to take.