Exotic Stones

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Gemstones and charms have distinctive qualities and traits, which can illustrate their physical characteristics and splendid history. Exotic gemstones are considered as ultimate gems for jewelry lovers, who love to be different and classy. Here are some of the world’s most exciting and rare gemstones with their beneficial information and facts. These gemstones add exceptionality to the jewelry products with their color, appearance and mysterious qualities for those who wear them. Most popular Exotic Gemstones in world includes Goldstone, Alexandrite, Cinnabar, Almandine, Ametrine, Ammolite, Bloodstone, Carnelian, Cat’s eye and many more. This page consist numerous Exotic gemstones and plenty details about their historical and cultural significance, their birthstone facts, healing and divine energies, substantial information and details about the existing colors and much more. Exotic gemstones are believed to exclusive and rare ones that comprise conventional meanings of their names, hardness and mind-enhancing powers, and all these details are available at our information bank.

Exotic Stones List

  • Abalone

    Abalone

    Sometimes called as the Mother of Pearl and also Sea Opal, Abalone is a naturally occurring organic gemstone that is found in the coastal areas of California, USA. Abalone has a greenish and iridescent blue color when polished and looks quite similar to that of Opal and hence the name Sea Opal. Abolone is actually a mollusk that can quite easily be identified by its oval and/or rounded shell and the body that is made of a series of holes which make a whorl. This gemstone, which is abundantly used for making pendants and earrings, has a structure made of calcium carbonate or Aragonite. It is a strong gemstone as the tiles are stacked like bricks and thus do not easily break. Abalone jewelry not only stands out but is also very beautiful and unique. Anyone can stand out simply by wearing just abalone earrings.

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  • Actinolite

    Actinolite

    Actinolite is an almost transparent or sometimes translucent gemstone that is used to make ornaments. The emerald green-colored gemstone is made of tiny crystals which are silky and have a vitreous luster.Actinolite is known as emerald spar and often wrongly called cat’s eye jade as it looks very similar to nephrite jade. The gemstone is derived from Greek words for ‘ray’ and ‘beam’. The beauty of Actinolite jewelry can be seen when the fibrous inclusions concentrate in such a manner that a single line of light appear, especially on domed stones. However, this specific beauty can only be seen when the stone is cut en cabochon.

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  • Adamite

    Adamite

    Adamite is a stone that is rarely cut for jewelry purposes. The reason is that it is extremely soft and fragile. However, experts can and do cut it to give beautiful Adamite jewelry. Adamite is an almost colorless, though most jewelry experts will argue that it has a prominent yellowish to green color shade. It has a vitreous luster. This mineral is mostly found in parts of Mexico, Greece and United States of America. However it is believed that the first Adamite was found in Chile in 1866 by French mineralogist Gilbert-Joseph Adam, after whom the mineral gets its name.

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  • Aegirine

    Aegirine

    Aegirine is a black stone that is highly regarded among gemstone connoisseurs. It is highly valued not just because it is a rare gemstone but also because it has numerous properties that can help the wearer in numerous ways. Aegirine jewelry represents strong personality and truthfulness. It is a black beauty which helps build confidence in the wearer. It is believed that Aegirine can ward of evil from one’s life and any jewelry made using this gemstone is perfect for Taurus born individuals. It is also said that wearing an Aegirine stone especially helps an alcoholic or drug addict as it removes all negative energies from the aura. According to some belief, Aegirine honors Manat, the Arabian goddess of destiny, death and time. Though it is mostly popular for its jet black color, it is also found in brownish-black and greenish-black shades. Basically a mineral, Aegirine is rich in alkaline.

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  • Alabaster

    Alabaster

    Alabaster as a gemstone has been in use for centuries, especially in Egypt. It is a white, marble-looking stone that is named after an Egyptian town – Alabaster. Alabaster is widely used for stone carvings,though Alabaster jewelry is also quite common. You will mostly find carvings and drawing on this stone. The Alabaster crystal is a form of Selenite gemstone and mostly found in South America and Chile. It is believed that wearing Alabaster during pregnancy is helpful. It is a protective stone for babies and anyone who is innocent. Though Alabaster is commonly found in its white variation, there are rare exceptions where this stone was found in grey and black colors. You may also find reddish and yellowish tinge on an Alabaster stone. It is a very soft stone and hence popularly used for stone carvings and for
    making statues.

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  • Alexandrite

    Alexandrite

    Alexandrite is a rare stone that is highly regarded because of its color-changing nature. It is one of the very few stones that does so. Alexandrite is also called ‘emerald by day and ruby by night’. The color changing ability of this stone is because of the chromium element. The rarity of Alexandrite is mainly due to the fact that it is only produced when beryllium and aluminum conglomerate together along with elements such as iron, titanium and chromium. It is believed that wearing Alexandrite jewelry can bring good fortune. It is a good stone for those born in the month of June. This stone was named after the Russian Czar Alexander II. The world’s largest Alexandrite, which weighs 66 carats, is housed at the Smithsonian Institution. Alexandrite can be found in numerous colors, such as bright red and green. These two colors are the most sought-after ones.

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  • Almandine

    Almandine

    Almandine is a mineral that belongs to the Garnet group and is the most common form of Garnet gemstones. The Garnet group comprises of several minerals that have similar elements. The mineral Almandine can be easily found but those are mostly opaque and thus unfit for jewelry purposes. Only transparent or translucent forms of Almandine are used in jewelry making. It is important to note that this gemstone is not popularly called Almandine but is known by its generic name Garnet or Almandine Garnet. People born in the month of January usually wear Almandine jewelry and it is the zodiac stone of Aquarius. The gemstone variant of Almandine is mostly found in deep red or purple color. Almandine garnet gemstones are found in India, Sri Lanka, Brazil, Madagascar and USA. It has also been found in small quantity in Austria and the Czech Republic. This gemstone that’s found in Sri Lanka is often called as Ceylon Ruby.

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  • Amazonite

    Amazonite

    Amazonite is a light bluish-green gemstone that derives its name from the River Amazon. It is a popular and common gemstone that is widely used in India and Egypt. Though Amazonite derives its name from the Brazilian river as it was once believed that the gemstone was found there but mineralogists now confirm that there have found no feldspar deposits ( a pre-requisite for Amazonite formation) on the river. They assume that what was found there was probably nephrite jade and not really Amazonite. Until recently it was believed that the actual Amazonite was only found in Ilmen Mountains of Russia, however now mineralogists have started excavating this mineral from Colorado and Virginia in USA, Australia, Brazil and also Madagascar. Though Amazonite is commonly associated with shades of green and blue, there are some exceptions and you can find rare specimens of Amazonite in yellow, shite or grey colors. One can easily identify Amazonite by looking at its distinctive grid-like pattern.

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  • Amber

    Amber

    Amber is one of the very few organic gemstones that is popular in jewelry making. Amber is formed through the fossilization of tree resin. The gemstone is formed when fossilization happens only on the Pinus succinifera tree. Amber is a soft and sticky resin and can contain animal and plant particles. It is an exceptionally light gemstone because it has a crystalline structure much unlike other colored stones  which have an amorphous structure. One interesting thing about Amber is that it can float in saltwater but it doesn’t float in freshwater. This happens because of its low density. Amber is primarily found in Kaliningrad, Russia while the Baltic region also has huge deposits of this gemstone. Amber is usually found in the colors of golden-yellow though rare pieces of white stones have also been found. Amber jewelry was very popular amongst ancient Germanic tribes and also the Chinese.

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  • Ametrine

    Ametrine

    Ametrine is an unusual and rare gemstone that is formed when the gemstones Amethyst and Citrine combine. This happens when these two mineral reside within a single stone. It is not that Ametrine as a gemstone is rare, its uniqueness can also be judged by the fact that almost no two stones have the same color hues, though you will find certain combinations of purple, orange or yellow colors. Ametrine is almost exclusively found in Bolivia. The gemstone is also known by the names trystine or bolivianite. Ametrine jewelry is commonly associated with silver jewelry. Rings and pendants are most common.

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  • Ammolite

    Ammolite

    Ammolite is a biogenic gemstone that is made from fossilized shells of ammonite. Being biogenic in nature means that this gemstone is formed from a life process much like how gemstones like pearl and amber are formed. Ammolite is composed of the carbonate mineral aragonite which also produces the nacreous pearl. Ammolite is primarily found in USA and some parts of Canada. The best ammolites are said to be found in high energy river streams along the Rockies of Southern Alberta. Ammolite gives out a kaleidoscopic range of colors including red, green, blue, crimson, mauve, violet, yellow, orange and indigo. Ammolite is truly a different gemstone as you can find innumerable patterns on it. Some of the common patterns found are dragon skin, floral, ribbon, stained glass, pinfire, banding stain, ripple, sunset, etc. Ammolite jewelry such as necklaces, earrings and rings are quite common.

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  • Ammonite

    Ammonite

    Ammonite is a highly revered fossilized stone and can be identified by its spiraling shape. Ammonite are extinct mollusk formed from shelled cephalopod. It is widely found in India where Hindus identify it with Lord Vishnu. Known as ‘shalugram shila’, Ammonite can be found in numerous Hindu households as their primary god. Ammonite derives its name from an Egyptian god Ammon who had the form of a ram and because the stone has a strong resemblance to a ram’s horn, it is so called. Ammonite fossils are commonly found all over the world though large deposits are found in India, Madagascar and Canada. Ammonite is a very powerful stone that is strongly associated with the Root Chakra. One can also wear it in the form of ammonite jewelry and sense a feeling of completion in life. Ammonites are known to improve personality and spiritual will, converting negative energy into positive signals.

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  • Andalusite

    Andalusite

    Andalusite is primarily an aluminum silicate mineral that is considered a rare gemstone. It got its name from a Spanish autonomous community where it was first discovered. Some believe that the stone was discovered before Christ birth. Though an old gemstone, Andalusite is a lesser-known gemstone. Andalusite is composed of three mineral (all of which are polymorphs and have the same chemical composition), namely aluminum silicate, sillimanite and kyanite. It is a very beautiful gem and has very distinct color combinations. It is found in colors of red, brown, white, yellow, orange and green. The beauty of this gemstone is evident as different colors get reflected on the crystal from different angles. Formerly, Andalusite was more of a collector’s item but nowadays it is becoming popular among jewelry designers. Andalusite jewelry are bright, colorful and distinctive. It is nicknamed as ‘poor man’s alexandrite’. The most precious form of andalusite is the Chiastolite stone.

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  • Angelite

    Angelite

    Angelite is a beautiful blue crystal that is also known by the name blue anhydrite. The name of the gemstone comes from the Greek word ‘anhydras’ which means ‘without water’. It is so named because the mineral is formed after losing all its water content. That is why Angelite is called a gypsum – something that is without water. Angelite is a very soft mineral because of which mineralogists warn against dropping it into water. If you drop Angelite in water, traces of white calcium will start floating indicating that the stone is getting rehydrated and thus running the risk of losing its specialty. Angelite is usually found in blue color, though some rare specimens of white and bluish-white Angelites. Angelite jewelry is best suited for those with the star sign Aquarius as it is believed that as a truth seeker thus an Aquarian is most benefited by Angelite.

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  • Apatite

    Apatite

    Apatite as a mineral is quite easily found but it is the gemstone that is rare. Its rarity makes it a collector’s item. Apatite derives its name from a Greek word meaning ‘cheat’. It is so called because Apatite resembles numerous other gemstones especially stones that are much more expensive and valuable. Since it looks deceitful, it has been called the deceitful stone. Among the many kinds of Apatite, the ones which have the cat’s eye effect or have chatoyancy are considered highly valuable and truly a collector’s item. This gemstone is found in Germany, Portugal, Pakistan, Afghanistan and several other countries. Gemstone-quality Apatite comes in several colors, such as white, gray, brown, yellow, red, pink, blue, purple etc. While making Apatite jewelry, one must remember that it is not a very hard stone and can only be used for jewelry that doesn’t easily wear and tear.

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  • Apophyllite

    Apophyllite

    Apophyllite is a clear gemstone that comes in varied colors tints, though is primarily a colorless mineral and is usually transparent or opaque. The gemstone gets its name from two Greek words, ‘Apo’ and ‘Phyllon’ and roughly translates to ‘to leaf apart’. It is so called because the crystals that form apophyllite tend to peel off when exposed to heat. This happens when water molecules are lost from the crystal.Apophyllite is found in white, green, pink, yellow, violet and brown colors. This mineral is found in India, USA, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Brazil, South Africa and Mexico. Apophyllite is used as a healing stone as it helps enhance intuition. Wearing apophyllite jewelry can sharpen senses and make vision clearer. The stone also helps one to become more sensitive to one’s surroundings. It is also known to have helped those who seek to connect with their spirit guides and guardian angels.

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  • AQUA AURA QUARTZ

    Aqua Aura Quartz

    Aqua Aura Quartz is one of the most popular types of aura quartz. The mineral can be easily recognized by its shimmering iridescence that flashes out hues of violet. It is one of the finest aquamarine gems that had several healing properties. It is often called the success stone and is also attributed for abundance in a wearer’s life. Wearing aqua aura quartz jewelry brings success to a person and also helps him realize that what he is experiencing in actually success. Aqua aura quartz is most commonly found in the USA though it can also be man-made using quartz crystals.

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  • Aragonite

    Aragonite

    Aragonite is a crystal that is also known by the names tufa and tchazar. It is a carbonate gemstone that has a straw yellow or mellow orange color. It was first discovered on the Aragon River in Spain, in 1788 and hence its name. One of the commonly known forms of this naturally forming carbonated mineral is found in moist areas, especially around stalactites and natural hot springs. This is called floss ferri or iron flower and looks like branch-like, thin crystals. Another form of aragonite is found on the mother-of-pearl lining of mollusk shells. Aragonite stands for truth and understanding. Using aragonite as a gemstone is possible, but it is ideally for those who love subtle, simple stones for jewelry. Aragonite jewelry invariably have delicate designs and are generally paired with colored beads. The combination of colored beads and the yellow gemstone is classic.

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  • Astrophyllite

    Astrophyllite

    Astrophyllite is a leaf-like crystal that radiates thin patterns in starburst shapes. Astrophyllite means ‘brilliant leaf’ and its name has Greek origins. Mineralogists believe that astrophyllite was first discovered in 1854. It is not an easily found mineral however Russia is known to have huge deposits of this stone. It is also found in some parts of USA. Astrophyllite is mostly found in shades of brown and yellow though good quality stones give out red radiance. It is typically opaque and can only be found as cabochons. It is believed to be a very potent gemstone that can infuse one’s body with light. Wearing astrophyllite jewelry can help you identify your purpose in life and bring out your true self. Since it helps the wearer reveal his true self, it is often called the honest stone. You can make silver jewelry and use astrophyllite as a pendant.

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  • Atlantisite

    Atlantisite

    Atlantisite is a beautiful, glimmering mineral that has only recently been discovered by mineralogists. It is made up of green serpentine stichtite with pink and purple inclusions. The yellowish-green stone is exclusively mined in Stichtite Hill, a small hill in Zeehan district, Tasmania. Because this mineral is exclusively mined in Tasmania, it is also called Tasmanite. Atlantisite was named by Gerald Pauley.Atlantisite is known to help stabilize mood and find inner peace. It is a great meditation stone that also helps establishing a sense of security in one’s life. Wearing atlantisite jewelry can lessen anxieties and reduce stress.

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  • Auger Shell

    Auger Shell

    Auger shells are not gemstones but can be artistically used for jewelry making. Auger shells belong to the cone shells group and are small in size, generally not longer than 1¾ inches. They have a corrugated appearance and usually found in off-white color. Auger shell is generally found inwarm waters. It has several healing properties and wearing it as a jewelry piece can help one to learn more about oneself. Since auger shell helps in reflecting upon one’s inner self, it helps one to make better choices in life. Auger shell jewelry can be worn for guiding oneself towards self-realization.

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  • Aura Quartz

    Aura Quartz

    Aura quartz crystals are one of the most beautiful types of crystals known to mankind. They shimmer and give out a faint rainbow sheen that makes them look royal and magnetic. There are numerous types of aura quartz, each different from the other. Nowadays with the help of modern technology, aura quartz is artificially enhanced. However in ancient times, these crystals were associated with synergy and alchemy. Aura quartz can easily be found in every part of the world. Wearing aura quartz jewelry can enhance communication and writing skills. It is also believed that these crystals help build a psychic communication channel. Some of the common types of aura quartz include Angel Aura Quartz, Apple Aura Quartz,Aqua Aura Quartz, Champagne Aura Quartz, Cobalt Aura Quartz, Flame Aura Quartz, Opal Aura Quartz, etc. They can be used brilliantly with sterling silver for making exclusive jewelry items.

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  • Australian Pilbara

    Australian Pilbara

    Australian Pilbara is a kind of cabochon that is found in many colors. Australian Pilbara can be said to be a type of Chalcedony that contains numerous healing properties. This mineral is also known as Australian Jasper Cabochon. As its name suggests it is found in the Pilbara area of Western Australia. Many call it the Picasso stone too as just like a Picasso painting it is made of hues of black, grey and red in a very avant-garde, non-figurative manner.Mineralogists have found an interesting fact about this stone – every time it goes through metamorphosis (during its formation stage), new elements get added to its authorship. Australian Pilbara is known to aid the wearer to become practical in life and not waste it getting bored. Wearing Australian Pilbara jewelry adds vitality to life and boosts one’s energy. It gives a wake-up call to those who neglect life.

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  • AVENTURINE

    Aventurine

    Often called the Stone of Opportunity, Aventurine is considered to be of the luckiest crystalknown to man-kind. It is especially useful to those who seek to prosper in life and accumulate wealth. Aventurine as merely a stone has been used by mankind for millions of years. Before its usage became popular in the jewelry industry, Aventurine was used for making tools and as adornments for statues. Though Aventurine is available in numerous colors (such as brown, blue, orange, peach, red and purple), the green-colored stone is most famous and of gem-quality. The belief that Aventurine is a lucky stone is deep-rooted. According to certain folklore, if an Aventurine gemstone is kept on the left pocket while purchasing lottery tickets, it can bring positive results. Wearing Aventurine jewelry can make any person lucky – in every way. This crystal is found extensively in India, Nepal, Brazil, Tibet, China and Russia.

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  • Axinite

    Axinite

    Axinite as a gemstone is very rare and thus is regarded as a collector’s item. As a mineral it belongs to the calcium aluminum borate silicate group. The gemstone is usually of golden brown color, though rare instances of Axinite coming in violet, brown, lilac or reddish brown colors have been recorded. Axinite derives its name from a Greek word meaning ‘axe’. As a gemstone, Axinite has a very clear crystal structure and has a triclinic crystal system meaning that crystals appear in flat and spatula shapes. As it is not a common gemstone, only rare deposits have been found in USA, France, Russia, Mexico and Australia.Axiniteis considered to be the stone of truth. If the body is recovering from some disease, wearing Axinite jewelry can help energize and boost the healing process. It is also useful to those who want to avoid struggle and conflict in their life.

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  • Azurite

    Azurite

    Azurite is a vivid blue colored gemstone that is highly valuable because of its rarity. Gemstone-quality Azurite is not easily found. It is a variety of copper ore, and is one of the two basic copper carbonate minerals, the other being malachite. Azurite derives its name from the Persian word ‘lazhward’. It is a soft stone and thus using it for jewelry making is difficult and rare. It is rather a sought-after collector’s item. It is also nicknamed ‘chessylite’ due to the fact that this gemstone was first discovered in Chessy, a small commune in France. It is also found in Peru, Russia, Egypt, Nambia, Chile, Australia and USA.  Azurite is mostly mined from copper mines. Azurite is famous from its blue color, but this gemstone has also been found in color mixes of green and blue. Though it is not a traditional birthstone, it is associated with the Greek goddess of wisdom and war Athena.

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  • Baltic Amber

    Baltic Amber

    Baltic amber is one of the few organic gemstones known to mankind. A type of amorphous amber, this gemstone doesn’t come in a crystalline form. Baltic amber is quite soft and thus difficult to use for jewelry making. It is also a sensitive gemstone as it easily reacts with caustic solutions, acid, alcohol, gasoline and perfume. It can also burn if made to come in contact with match. Baltic amber is, however, very light. Baltic amber is considered to be a natural antibiotic and it has been traditionally used for treating goiteramong women. As the name of this gemstone suggests this type of amber is found in the Baltic region.

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  • Barite

    Barite

    Barite, also spelled as Baryteis a barium sulphate mineral that is found in various forms. However, it is most commonly found as prismatic, tabular crystals. Barite can be found in several colors such as red, yellow, blue, green, black or brown. Colorless barite is also common. The color depends on the mineral content. There are numerous minerals that have similar compositions as barite, all of which form the Baryte Group of minerals. Celestite and Anhydrite are the two other types. Barite is commonly used as a healing stone and is believed to have been widely used by Native Americans in their religious practices. Keeping barite close to oneself can help sharpen the brain and enhance memory. It is also a tough stone that can help augment dream recollection if worn as barite jewelry. Barite is commonly found in Canada, China, Chile, India, Greece, Mexico and several other parts of the world.

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  • Birds Eye

    Birds Eye

    Bird’s Eye is a gemstone that can be distinctly identified through its gracious patterns and designs. These designs are similar to the eye of a bird, and hence the name. Bird’s eye is believed to be the stone of peace and helps heal a troubled mind and spirit. It is a sedimentary stone that is a type of Rhyolite and is generally found in light colors of pink or yellowish brown. It is found worldwide but most specifically in the western part of USA, and Mexico. Bird’s eye is an exotic stone helps expand one’s ability to focus and it also stimulates the heart chakra. Anyone wearing Bird’s Eye jewelry will receive love of others. It is considered to be a stone of regeneration, general healing and protection. Wearing Bird’s Eye gemstone can also physical heal and boost the immune system, supporting the digestive system.

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  • Bismuth

    Bismuth

    Bismuth is a man-made gemstone that is hardly found in any natural form. It is a metal that has a silvery white appearancebut if the crystals come in contact with air, an oxide layer forms over it producing an array of colors that resembles soap bubble or oil in water. Bismuth is a popular gemstone because of its unique geometric shape and iridescence. Though heavy in weight, it is very brittle and can easily wear and tear. Bismuth’s chemical property is similar to that of arsenic and antimony. Bismuth jewelry isn’t uncommon and wearing it can help heal in several ways. Wearing it can help general a channel of communication between the divine and one’s inner self. It also helps one understand the reality of life clearly. It also helps clearing away physical distress from one’s soul.

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  • Black Golden Seraphinite

    Black Golden Seraphinite

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  • Black Pyrite

    Black Pyrite

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  • BLUE ANHYDRITE

    Blue Anhydrite

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  • BOTSWANA AGATE

    Botswana Agate

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  • Brazilianite

    Brazilianite

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  • Brecciated mookaite

    Brecciated Mookaite

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  • Chalama Black Opal

    Chalama Black Opal

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  • Chiastolite

    Chiastolite

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  • Chrome Diopside

    Chrome Diopside

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  • Chrysanthemum Stone

    Chrysanthemum Stone

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  • Chrysocolla

    Chrysocolla

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  • Chrysoprase

    Chrysoprase

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  • Coco Nova Jasper

    Coco Nova Jasper

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  • Coffee Bean Jasper

    Coffee Bean Jasper

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  • Copper Nugget

    Copper Nugget

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  • Copper Turquoise

    Copper Turquoise

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  • Crinoid Fossil

    Crinoid Fossil

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  • Dendrite Opal

    Dendrite Opal

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  • DICHROIC GLASS

    Dichroic Glass

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  • DINOSAUR BONE

    Dinosaur Bone

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  • Dumortierite

    Dumortierite

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  • Ethiopian Opal

    Ethiopian Opal

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  • Florida Auger Shell

    Florida Auger Shell

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  • Fossil Coral

    Fossil Coral

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  • GEODE DRUZY

    Geode Druzy

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  • Herkimer Diamonds

    Herkimer Diamonds

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  • Imperial Jasper

    Imperial Jasper

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  • Italian Murano Glass

    Italian Murano Glass

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  • Kambaba Jasper

    Kambaba Jasper

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  • Labradorite

    Labradorite

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  • Laguna Lace Agate

    Laguna Lace Agate

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  • Lapis Lazuli

    Lapis Lazuli

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  • Leopard Jasper

    Leopard Jasper

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  • Leopard Skin Jasper

    Leopard Skin Jasper

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  • MATRIX OPAL

    Matrix Opal

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  • Maw-Sit-Sit

    Maw-sit-sit

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  • MEXICAN BIRD EYE

    Mexican Bird Eye

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  • mexican fire opal

    Mexican Fire Opal

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  • MEXICAN LAGUNA JASPER

    Mexican Laguna Jasper

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  • Montana Agate

    Montana Agate

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  • Mookaite Jasper

    Mookaite Jasper

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  • Mother of pearl

    Mother Of Pearl

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  • Mushroom Rhyolite

    Mushroom Rhyolite

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  • Mystic Topaz

    Mystic Topaz

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  • Noreena Jasper

    Noreena Jasper

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  • Ocean Jasper

    Ocean Jasper

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  • Oregon Sunstone

    Oregon Sunstone

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  • Owyhee Bruneau Jasper

    Owyhee Bruneau Jasper

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  • OWYHEE OPAL

    Owyhee Opal

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  • PARROT QUARTZ

    Parrot Quartz

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  • Peanut Wood

    Peanut Wood

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  • Petrified Palm Wood

    Petrified Palm Wood

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  • PETRIFIED WOOD JASPER

    Petrified Wood Jasper

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  • Phosphosiderite

    Phosphosiderite

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  • Picture Jasper

    Picture Jasper

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  • Plum Wood Jasper

    Plum Wood Jasper

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  • Porcelain Jasper

    Porcelain Jasper

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  • Psilomelane

    Psilomelane

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  • Psilomelane Dendrite

    Psilomelane Dendrite

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  • Pyrite in Magnetite

    Pyrite In Magnetite

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  • RAINBOW CALSILICA

    Rainbow Calsilica

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  • Rainbow Topaz

    Rainbow Topaz

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  • Rainforest Opal

    Rainforest Opal

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  • Rhodochrosite

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