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Ojo de Tigre

Tiger’s Eye Tiger's eye is a chatoyant gemstone that is usually a metamorphic rock that is a golden to red-brown color, with a.

Brazilianite-4jg60a.jpg Brazilianite, whose name derives from its country of origin, Brazil, is a typically yellow-green phosphate mineral, most commonly found in phosphate-rich pegmatites.

Brazilianite, whose name derives from its country of origin, Brazil, is a typically yellow-green phosphate mineral, most commonly found in phosphate-rich pegmatites.

lori-rocks:  Azurite and Malachite from Brisbee, AZ via pinterest

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

Piemontite--30 x 22 mm. 20.5 cts. Named for its original discovery location in the Piedmont hills of Italy, piemontite is usually found in sprays of long, needle-like (acicular) crystals. In some cases, pieces are found which are solid enough to cut en cabochon, producing a sparkling, ruby-red gem. Piemontite's color derives from manganese, and it is distinguished from reddish epidote and clinozoisite by its manganese content (a minimum of 5%). This example originated in New Mexico.

Piemontite--30 x 22 mm. 20.5 cts. Named for its original discovery location in the Piedmont hills of Italy, piemontite is usually found in sprays of long, needle-like (acicular) crystals. In some cases, pieces are found which are solid enough to cut en cabochon, producing a sparkling, ruby-red gem. Piemontite's color derives from manganese, and it is distinguished from reddish epidote and clinozoisite by its manganese content (a minimum of 5%). This example originated in New Mexico.

Orgonit Sirius

Orgonit Sirius

oregon sunstone schiller

How-to article for orienting and using Oregon Sunstone Schiller - the Kaleidoscope effect.

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