Juan Chaparro
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Realgar, ruby red crystal in translucent Calcite scalenohedrons

Gorgeous gemmy ruby red Realgar clapsed by translucent Calcite scalenohedrons, from Jiepaiyu Mine, China. Ruby is one of the four precious stones. The other three being Diamond, Sapphire, and Emerald.

Calcite with Quartz from Huanggang Mine, Inner Mongolia, China

Calcite with quartz from Huanggang Mine, Inner Mongolia, China. The pictured specimen is tall. The quartz at the center of the stacked calcite disks is better exposed in some of the specimens that they have at the show. Photo credit: Jeffrey A.

What an excellent example of crystals at work! These natural minerals and mineralogy are occasionally reworked into gemstones (depending on size).

Dioptase crystals (stalactitic in form) / Tsumeb, Namibia. – Very powerful healing stone. Works on the physical, emotional and spiritual heart. Merges the spiritual world with the physical world. Connects to the heart, intuition and feelings.