Gem Type

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  • Briolette

    Briolette

  • Agate

    Agate

    About Agate Geode Agate is a form of chalcedony quartz that forms in concentr...

  • Idocrase

    Idocrase

    About Idocrase Idocrase is also known as Vesuvianite, since it was originally...

  • Ruby-Zoisite

    Ruby-Zoisite

    About Ruby-Zoisite Ruby-Zoisite, also known as anyolite, is the natural combi...

  • Zircon

    Zircon

    About Zircon Zircon is known since the Middle Ages. The oldest known zircons ...

  • Turquoise

    Turquoise

    About Turquoise Turquoise, the blue cousin to lapis lazuli, has been known an...

  • Tsavorite Garnet

    Tsavorite Garnet

    About Tsavorite Garnet The green species of garnet was discovered in 1967 by ...

  • Tourmaline

    Tourmaline

    About Tourmaline Tourmaline derives from the Singhalese term “turamali&...

  • Topaz

    Topaz

    About Topaz Topaz of any type is an important jewelry stone due to its hardne...

  • Tiger’s Eye

    Tiger’s Eye

    About Tiger’s Eye Tiger’s Eye is a type of opaque macrocrystallin...

  • Tiger’s Eye Matrix

    Tiger’s Eye Matrix

    About Tiger’s Eye Matrix Tiger’s Eye Matrix is the name given to ...

  • Tanzanite

    Tanzanite

    About Tanzanite Discovered only in 1967 in Tanzania, this lovely gem has been...

  • Sugilite

    Sugilite

    About Sugilite Sugilite is an obscure and quite rare mineral named after the ...

  • Spinel

    Spinel

    About Spinel Spinel is a special gemstone in many ways. For centuries it was ...

  • Sphalerite

    Sphalerite

    About Sphalerite Sphalerite is a rare collector’s gem whose claim to fa...

  • Spessartite Garnet

    Spessartite Garnet

    About Spessartite Garnet Spessartite garnet belongs to the large and varied m...

  • Smoky Quartz

    Smoky Quartz

    About Smoky Quartz Smoky quartz is a popular variety of quartz. A transparent...

  • Sillimanite Cat’s Eye

    Sillimanite Cat’s Eye

    About Sillimanite Cat’s Eye Sillimanite is an aluminum silicate, relate...

  • Serpentine

    Serpentine

    About Serpentine Serpentine is the name used for several different aggregate ...

  • Sapphire

    Sapphire

    About Sapphire Sapphire, with its Mohs hardness of 9, second only to diamond,...

  • Ruby

    Ruby

    About Ruby Ruby is red corundum, all other varieties of corundum being referr...

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