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Stone Library

This is our stone library. If you have a question about a stone, or its properties you will find the answer here. We update this regularly to keep up to date on information.

All our jewelry is made with high quality genuine stones and information on those stones are found on the product pages and here.

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Turquoise is a well known and well loved mineral that comes in shades of blue and green. It has been valued highly by many civilizations for thousands of years and still to this day is one of the most sought after stones. It is usually found in dry regions and it forms when water and copper reacts with phosphorus and aluminum. It is known as a protection stone.

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Labradorite belongs to the feldspar group. It is found in igneous rocks like basalt, norite and gabbro. It is famous for the iridescent effect caused by how light interacts with the structure of the stone. This effect displays all colors sometimes looking like a rainbow. Labradorite got its name from Labrador, Canada.

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Moonstones offer a captivating and diverse range of colors and types, making them enchanting gemstones. It belongs to the group of minerals called feldspar. It is found in many countries around the world. Moonstone has a unique effect called adularescence, or more commonly referred to as flash which creates a bluish light or rainbow inside the stone.

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Quartz

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Agate

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Jasper

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Charoite is a rare stone found mainly in the Murun mountains in Yakutia, Russia. Some believe it was named after the Chara River others believe it was named after the Russian word for magic and charms. Charoite is formed from a process called contact metamorphism in limestone. Charoites durability makes it a wonderful choice in jewelry.

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Black Onyx is a type of chalcedony that is uniformly black. Onyx is layered, often black with white banding or solid black. It is believed by some that it possesses special powers, such as bringing good luck and also repelling negative energy.

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Tigers Eye

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lapis

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Malachite

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Larimar

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Opal

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Abalone

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Pearl

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Garnet

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Amethyst

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Citrine

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Ruby

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Emerald

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Sapphire

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