Gemstones
bloodstone

Bloodstone

Bloodstone (also known as heliotrope) are opaque, green, spotted varieties of chalcedony, used for decorative

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Cerussite

Cerussite is generally colorless, but white, grey, and black specimens have been discovered. Its two

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emerald

Emerald

Emerald derives its beautiful green colour from the presence of chromium and vanadium. Emeralds are

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beryl

Beryl

Beryl is a beryllium aluminium silicate with the chemical formula Be3Al2(SiO3)6. The hexagonal crystals of

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barite

Barite

Barite or Baryte occurs in a number of colours, including colourless, white, yellow and blue,

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azurite

Azurite

Azurite is an azure-blue copper mineral, occasionally found as prismatic crystals (rarely faceted), but more

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