Turquoise
The name comes from the Sinhalese word Thuramali.
Tourmaline
The name comes from the Sinhalese word Thuramali.
Rose Quartz
Crystals of rose quartz are very rare; more usually, massive lumps are found, which can be carved, or cut as beads.
Iolite
Violet-blue iolite is also known as water sapphire because of its similarity to blue sapphire when cut.
Garnet
The name "garnet" comes from 14th century Middle English word gernet meaning 'dark red'.
Carnelian
Also known as cornelian, this translucent, reddish orange variety of chalcedony was once thought to still the blood and calm the temper.
Cultured Pearls
A cultured pearl is a pearl produced with the help of human agency.
Pearls on Seashell
Pearl is a precious organic gemstone produced by molluscs with or without intervention of human.
Baltic amber from Poland
More than 75% of the world's amber is found at the Baltic region, called Baltic amber or succinite.
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Amber

Amber (Indian: Kerwa; Italian: Ambra) is the hardened and fossilized resin of certain pine trees

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Jasper

Jasper is a massive, fine-grained, opaque variety of chalcedony, believed to protect against sight defects

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