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Planetary 5 & 8 White - A Course in Light
28 May 2014
A Course in Light
A very common, coarse-grained variety of the silic...
Sodalite crystals are vitreous and transparen...
Dinosaurs have been more popular than ever since t...
A Course in Light
a course in light
This form of Cryptocrystaline Quartz contains inclusions of small crystals that reflect light and gi...
Natural Sugilite Gemstone Bangle Bracelet
This Sugilite bangle is from an old mine in South Africa. You can see through some part of it. It lo...
Peridot is an ancient and yet currently very popular gemstone. It is so old that it can be found eve...
While most varieties of transparent quartz are valued most when they lack inclusions, some varieties...
Larimar (misspelled: lorimar) is a rare blue variety of pectolite found only in the Dominican Republ...
The name Aquamarine is derived from the Latin aqua (water) and mare (sea). Aquamarine is one of our...
The name "topaz" is derived from the Greek topazos, "to seek," which was the name of an island i...
Tourmalines are precious stones displaying a unique splendour of colours. According to an ancient Eg...
Himalayan Rock Salt Lamp
Himalayan salt is rock salt or halite from a mine in the Punjab Region of Pakistan, which rises from...
Since at least 2950 BC, jade has been treasured in China as the royal gemstone, yu. The character fo...
Tiger Eye is a durable quartz composite. It begins as the fibrous blue mineral called crocidolite, w...
is found in nature in ...
The many colors of fluorite are truly wonderful. The rich purple color is by far fluorite's most fam...
Amethyst is the purple variety of quartz and is one of the most popular gems. If it were not for its...
Emeralds are fascinating gemstones. They show the most beautiful, deepest and most brilliant green i...
Sodalite crystals are vitreous and transparent to translucent, however massive specimens can ap...
Colour is often light-blue or white, colourless. Lustre is vitreous, pearly and is translucent. The ...
Which colour would you spontaneously associate with love and vividness, passion and power? Obviously...
Ancient and yet always at the height of current fashion: that is
- aren't these the won...
Lepidolite is an uncommon mica and has only in the past decade become available on the mineral marke...
Sugilite, a fairly recent discovery (1944) is found in Japan, Canada and India. The most important o...
Dinosaurs have been more popular than ever since their starring role in the movie Jurassic Park. A m...
In ancient times the beauty and durability of agate prompted man to use it in both practical and orn...
Apophyllite is used as an aid to meditation and helps us make a conscious connection with the spir...
Lapis is a gemstone straight out of fairy tales of the Arabian Nights: deepest blue with golden shin...
Kunzite and Hiddenite are both varieties of the mineral Spodumene. Kunzite carries the pink ray of D...
Ametrine is especially inexpensive when you consider that it comes from only one mine in the world. ...
Malachite is copper carbonate formed from very small crystals. It is usually found with alternating ...
This gemstone is called the gemstone of the Vikings, Iolite is also very often mistaken for Tanzanit...
A tetrahedron (plural: tetrahedra) is a polyhedron composed of four triangular faces, three of which...
Coral makes jewellery of a very special fascinating charm: the perfect embodiment of mankinds yearni...
Kyanite, whose name derives from the Greek, kyanos, meaning blue, is a typically blue silicate miner...
Obsidian is an excellent grounding stone and provides for a connection from the base of the spine to...
Labradorite (also called Spectrolite sometimes) is a considered by mystics to be a stone of transfor...
Named from the French name for lemon,"citron," many citrines have a juicy lemon color. Citrine inclu...
Opal is a sedimentary stone. Under proper conditions, water percolates through the earth, becoming r...
Rose Quartz is a form of quartz that ranges in color from pink to deep red. The pink can be almost ...
Natural glass created by a meteorite striking the earth. Green in color with a clarity that makes it...