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Agua Nueva Agate
Agua Nueva Agate
Agua Nueva Agate: A colorful fortification agate from Mexico.
Alexandrite
Alexandrite
Alexandrite: The color-change variety of chrysoberyl.
Amazonite
Amazonite
Amazonite: A bluish green member of the feldspar mineral group.
Amber
Amber
Amber: A fossilized tree resin, cut and polished as a gem.
Amethyst
Amethyst
Amethyst: The world's most popular purple gemstone.
Apatite
Apatite
Apatite: An oval cab of shimmering green apatite.
Charoite
Charoite
Charoite: A vibrant purple silicate mineral with bands and swirls.
Chrome Tremolite
Chrome Tremolite
Chrome Tremolite: A variety of tremolite from New York.
Chrysocolla-Malachite
chrysocolla-malachite
Chrysocolla and Malachite: Beautiful copper minerals.
Chrysocolla in Quartz
Chrysocolla in Quartz
Chrysocolla in Quartz: A copper mineral in quartz.
Chrysoprase
Chrysoprase
Chrysoprase: Chalcedony with a green color that is caused by traces of nickel.
Coyamito Agate
Coyamito Agate
Coyamito Agate: A colorful fortification agate from Mexico.
Crazy Lace Agate
Crazy Lace Agate
Crazy Lace Agate: A favorite lapidary material since the 1960s.
Eudialyte
Eudialyte
Eudialyte: A beautiful red cabochon of eudialyte.
Fluorite
Fluorite
Fluorite: This fluorite cab has bands of yellow, green, and purple.
Fossil Coral
Fossil Coral
Fossil Coral: A silicified marine organism.
Garnet
Garnet
Garnet: Nine gemmy round cabs of the mineral.
Idaho Opal
Idaho Opal
Idaho Opal: An opal triplet cabochon with an amazing pattern.
Jasper
Jasper
Jasper: This specimen is dotted with lots of little "eyes".
Kyanite
Kyanite
Kyanite: A blue or green silicate mineral.
Labradorite
Labradorite
Labradorite: A feldspar mineral with an electric-bright flash.
Leopard Skin
Leopard Skin
Leopard Skin: A spotted rock from Mexico.
Malachite
Malachite
Malachite: A copper carbonate mineral from Africa.
Mookaite
Mookaite
Mookaite: Silicified radiolarite from Australia.
Moonstone
Moonstone
Moonstone: A gemstone of the feldspar mineral family.
Morado Opal
Morado Opal
Morado Opal: A purple common opal from Mexico.
Rainbow Obsidian
Rainbow Obsidian
Rainbow Obsidian: A baroque cabochon with an iridescent sheen.
Owyhee Opal
Owyhee Opal
Owyhee Opal: A translucent blue opal from Oregon.
Peridot
Peridot
Peridot: A transparent teardrop-shaped cab of peridot.
Rutilated Quartz
Rutilated Quartz
Rutilated Quartz: Golden rutile needles in clear quartz.
Seraphinite
Seraphinite
Seraphinite: A variety of clinochlore.
Spessartite Garnet
Spessartite Garnet
Spessartite Garnet: A gemmy orange garnet.
Sugilite
Sugilite
Sugilite: A rare pink to purple gemstone and silicate mineral.
Sunstone
Sunstone
Sunstone: Oregon sunstone with abundant copper platelets.
Tourmaline
Tourmaline
Tourmaline: A colorful collection of tourmalines.
Turquoise
Turquoise
Turquoise: This turquoise cab has a lovely robin's-egg blue color.
Variscite
Variscite
Variscite: An aluminum phosphate mineral from Utah.
Vesuvianite
Vesuvianite
Vesuvianite: A mineral also known as "idocrase".


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