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Rainbow Aura Peacock Quartz Crystal Cluster by FenderMinerals

Rainbow Aura Peacock Quartz Crystal Cluster by Fender Minerals ~ ❦ CHRYSTALS ❦ semi precious stones ❦

Birthstones By Month Infographic

Birthstones By Month Infographic

♦◊ Gems ◊ Stones ◊♦ An infographic guide to each month’s birthstone. The most interesting facts about the stone or gem symbols about the month you were born.

Topaz - Sakangyi, Mogok, Burma . 1 1/2" x 1". Extremely clear with very sharp termination. Collected in 1997. Pale champagne color.Wrights Rock Shop Classics Gallery 12.      Via Deanne Guenther

Topaz - Sakangyi, Mogok, Burma: 1 x pale champagne color & clear with very sharp termination 1997 via Deanne Guenther

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Cluster of deep red, gem Rhodochrosite crystals - outstanding color and luster - N'Chwanning Mine, Kuruman, South Africa

Azurite

Saphira Minerals - Azurite - Tsumeb Mine, Otjikoto Region, Tsumeb, Namibia Size: x x cm

Flame Aura Quartz carries an extremely high-energy to remove blockages, especially those impeding creativity. It opens and empowers your 7 chakras to bring balance, alignment and harmony. #crystals

Flame Aura Quartz carries an extremely high-energy to remove blockages, especially those impeding creativity. It opens and empowers your 7 chakras to bring balance, alignment and harmony.

Sunset Cobalt Aura Quartz Crystal Cluster

Aura Quartz Crystals & Amethysts - Types and Properties

Violet Aura Quartz displays an exotic dazzling iridescent blues, indigos and violets created from permanently bonding Gold, Indium, Niobium vapors and other tra

Wow!

Bismuth crystal illustrating the many iridescent refraction hues of its oxide surface (Alchemist-hp + Richard Bartz / Wikimedia Commons). Bismuth is the heaviest nonradioactive element and is.

Le Sfumature dei Cristalli e Gemme. Splende.

Gems & stones rainbow 1 - names and colors by Nina Fontana…

Osmium (Os)—the densest naturally occurring element (22.59 g/cm3). One cubic foot would weigh just over 1400 lbs.

Osmium (Os)—the densest naturally occurring element One cubic foot of the stuff would weigh just over 1400 lbs, or about as much as a small car! Who knew it was so pretty?

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Rrutilated quartz ""Just Amazing"" Photo by: CrystalWorks

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