One of the 4 major “precious” gems. Usually purplish to dark red in color.
A variety of chalcedony found in all colors.
An opaque form of feldspar
A clear stone that is very durable, completely clear and often used either on its own or in a “doublet” on top of another stone for either a more sparkly appearance or protection of bottom stone.
A clear, dark purple variety of crystallized quartz
A clear violet variety of crystallized quartz
A topaz that is light brown or colorless when mined, which turns a vivid blue when exposed to heat
Turquoise infused with bronze
A translucent red or orange variety of chalcedony, sometimes banded in a red and orange design, like an agate
A greyish-blue quartz
A variation of quartz that can range in color from light yellow to bright orange
A citrine that has smoky overtones
A form of Calcium Carbonate, secreted in long chains by coral polyps who live in colonies under the ocean
A form of Chalcedony known for its vivid-to-soft green color from nickel deposits
An irregular pearl of various colors, produced by freshwater mollusks such as mussels and clams
A family of stones having many varieties in color and their constituents
An iron ore consisting of ferric oxide in crystalline form. Dark grey in color and incredibly reflective. Generally topped with a clear quartz for added dimension. Depending on the lighting, this stone can appear grey, black or even blue.
The gem variety of the mineral Cordierite which is a deep purplish-blue. It can also appear navy or black depending on the depth of the color. It is naturally very included.
A member of the Feldspar family that is composed in aggregate layers that refract light. The stone is super iridescent and can have flashes of every color. The iridescence is called the stone’s “labradorescence”.
A deep-blue metamorphic rock
London Blue Topaz
A popular variation of Topaz with a vivid, dark blue color
The opalescent material on the inside of mollusk shells like oysters and mussels
A semi-precious stone that is black in color
A stone known for its iridescent, luminous qualities
An orange-colored glassy, translucent stone variety of Chalcedony
A large field of small stones set very close together to create wall-to-wall paved object
A yellow-green, transparent variety of Olivine.
A green variety of quartz (also called green amethyst).
The family name for naturally occurring crystals composed of Silica or Silicon Dioxide.
A rose-pink to red mineral stone in the garnet group.
A variety of quartz which contains acicular (needle-like) inclusions of rutile.
Swiss Blue Topaz
An exceptionally bright, vivid blue color variety of the Topaz gemstone.
A semi-precious gemstone, popular for its brilliance and known for its varying shades of violet ranging from: deep, rich and purple to lilac.
A semi-precious stone, known for its true Robin's egg Blue. Our turquoise is some of the last full vein, full cut turquoise that is offered on the market. It comes from the Kingman Mines, in Arizona. The mine is also home to a copper (or “ferrous”) vein, which brings warmth to the stone which is usually found in more of a cool blue coloring. If veining is present, our veining is more orange or brown (vs the typical turquoise currently on the market, which is black).