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batu manakarra gemstones - from Lexi’s Lessons: Learn About Batu Manakarra, One of 2017’s Hot New Gemstones

Lexi's Lessons: Batu Manakarra, One of 2017's Hot New Gemstones

News on Gemstones: Introducing Batu Manakarra, also known as grape agate, because it looks like a cluster of grapes.

A SUPERB, gemmy, doubly terminated sapphire crystal from Ratnapura, Sri Lanka. Ex Irv Brown TN Collection. Small, yes, but gorgeous riveting color! 1.6 x 0.5 x 0.4 cm

Sapphire Gemstones A SUPERB, gemmy, doubly terminated sapphire crystal from Ratnapura, Sri Lanka. Ex Irv Brown TN Collection.


Wow !! blue purple green fluorite crystal specimen

Amazing Blue, Purple and Green Fluorite. All mineral specimen, spheres, eggs, pyramids and angels can be combined according to the table shown below.

indonesian botryoidal agate informally called grape agate

batu manakarra gemstone cluster - Lexi’s Lessons: Batu Manakarra, One of Hot New Gemstones

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Opal fossil - simply amazing that something so plain on the outside holds such treasures within

⚒ Opal Fossil Coral, Australia bet we could convince someone this is an alien's brain

This boulder opal looks like a landscape. Pond, mountains in the background and a cloudy sky! Opal - imparts clear insight, frees wearer from jealousy & greed, brings financial success ❦ CHRYSTALS ❦ semi precious stones ❦

Opalized dinosaur tooth | #Geology #GeologyPage #Fossil    Photo Copyright © Australian Museum    Geology Page

fossilporn: “An Opalised theropod dinosaur tooth, Lightning Ridge, New South Wales, Australia. Australian Museum, Photographer: Carl Bento Opalized fossils may form in two ways. Either the fossil.

Large Intensely Colored Tourmaline Crystal | #Geology #GeologyPage #Mineral Geology Page

A single large intensely colored Tourmaline crystal var. Rubellite is perched on a base of white bladed Albite crystals

Raw Obsidian, green-blue

Natural Blue Obsidian (raw) Obsidian is a very special stone. It is not a true mineral. It is actually a volcanic glass that forms when molten lava cools too rapidly to crystallize. It consists mostly of Silicon Dioxide.