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Cabochon Gemstones

Idaho Opal
Idaho Opal
Idaho Opal: An opal triplet cabochon with intense fire.

Malachite
malachite
Malachite: A copper carbonate mineral from Africa.

Kyanite
Kyanite
Kyanite: A blue or green silicate mineral.

Chrome Tremolite
Chrome Tremolite
Chrome Tremolite: A variety of tremolite from New York.

"We learn geology the morning after the earthquake."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Coyamito Agate
Coyamito Agate
Coyamito Agate: A colorful fortification agate from Mexico.

Spessartite Garnet
spessartitie garnet
Spessartite Garnet: A gemmy orange garnet.

Tourmaline
Tourmaline
Tourmaline: A colorful collection of tourmalines.

"Oil is found in the minds of men."
Wallace Pratt
Agua Nueva Agate
Agua Nueva Agate
Agua Nueva Agate: A colorful fortification agate from Mexico.

Labradorite
Labradorite
Labradorite: A feldspar mineral with an electric-bright flash.

Owyhee Opal
Owyhee Opal
Owyhee Opal: A translucent blue opal from Oregon.

"The present is the key to the past."
Charles Lyell
 
Amber
Amber
Amber: A fossilized tree resin, cut and polished as a gem.

Chrysocolla-Malachite
Kyanite
Chrysocolla and Malachite: Beautiful copper minerals.

Chrysocolla in Quartz
Kyanite
Chrysocolla in Quartz: A copper mineral in quartz.

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Herbert Harold Read
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