Carnelian

Carnelian

Carnelian is a member of the chalcedony quartz family and is identified by its distinct orange to reddish colour with a translucent to opaque wax-...

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Boulder Opal

Boulder Opal

Boulder Opal is unique among gemstones with its intense flashes of colour formed over 100 million years ago from hydrated silica embedded in irons...

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Aquamarine

Aquamarine

Aquamarine, like Emerald is a member of the beryl family. The name 'aquamarine' was derived from Latin 'aqua marina' or 'water of the sea. Aquamar...

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Andalusite

Andalusite

Andalusite is named after the region Andalucia in Spain, where it was first discovered.  Andalusite can range in colour from yellowish brown, oran...

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Labradorite

Labradorite

Belonging to the group of feldspar minerals, Labradorite is a dark smoky grey with metallic rainbow reflections when viewed from certain angles, ...

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Ametrine

Ametrine

Ametrine is a quartz gemstone that combines Amethyst and Citrine to create a unique purple yellow hue. The only difference between amethyst, citri...

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