Dioptase on Duftite and Calcite

Dioptase on Duftite & Calcite, Namibia. Can I have this rock it's as cute as a button.


Uncut Tanzanite(This is interesting. I thought that Tanzanite came out of the earth in a brownish color & was heated to get the purplish color that most people know it with.

Scorodite; Tsumeb Mine, Tsumeb, Namibia

Tsumeb Mine, Tsumeb, Namibia Scorodite stimulates and balances the solar plexus, heart and throat chakras. Scorodite stimulates the intellect a


Ametrine ~ Many believe that it contains the powers of amethyst and citrine in one stone, making it a very powerful money stone as well as an excellent via to higher psychic awareness and spiritual enlightenment.

Azurite & Malachite

Loud Stone azurite and malachite -- photo by R. Weller - Cochise College (very mindful of fractal patterns)


Morganite is the pink to orange-pink variety of beryl, a mineral that includes emerald and aquamarine. Morganite’s subtle color is caused by traces of manganese. I want a morganite engagement ring.

Amber with feathers from the Cretaceous Period

In this amber from the Late Cretaceous period, six feather fragments partially overlap each other.


Kunzite is a pink to lilac colored gemstone, a variety of spodumene with the color coming from minor to trace amounts of manganese.

Golden Topaz

Golden Topaz / Maynard's Claim, Thomas Range, Juab Co.

double terminated tibetan black quartz

Tibetan Black Quartz are among the most powerful protection crystals. They are cleansing and can be used to purify a living space!

Lapis Lazuli

A macro shot of the center of a box full of polished blue stones, lapis lazuli. Seen at the TEP venue of the Tucson Rock and Gem Show, 2012 in…

Blue Chrysocolla Malachite Cabochon 145 carats by FenderMinerals, $14.00

Chrysocolla Blue Green Natural Semiprecious Copper Minerals Gem Stone, Matte Polished Gemstone, Rustic Geo Cabochon Southwestern Loose Jewel

Blue Chrysocolla Malachite Cabochon 145 carats by FenderMinerals, - chrysocolla and malachite are not the same things, so I'm not sure why the description mentions both.