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⚒ Amethyst Geode with a Hexagonal Calcite Crystal inside |#Geology  *Photo : © Steven Bookbinder

Large amethyst geode with a large hexagonal calcite crystal inside Photo credit: Steven Bookbinder ☙CRYSTALS❧ ☙minerals❧ ☙semi.

12 Months Of Facts About Birthstone

♦◊ Gems ◊ Stones ◊♦ An infographic guide to each month’s birthstone. The most interesting facts about the stone or gem symbols about the month you were born.

Wollo-Rough Red Opal | Ethiopia

Wollo-Rough Red Opal from Ethiopia. Utterly in love with this stone.

At my funeral, I'm gonna tell them to wait until the end to open my casket. And it's empty. And then, they'll turn on the fan and my beheaded, lifeless body will swing down and one of these skull will fall onto the lap of a dear friend who will say, "She always knew how to rock the party." Wait, that came out wrong...

Carving Perfection

Funny pictures about Pure Carving Perfection. Oh, and cool pics about Pure Carving Perfection. Also, Pure Carving Perfection photos.

great pics: Moqui Marbles, naturally occurring iron oxide concretions that arise from navajo sandstone. Very prevalent in the Escalante Grand Staircase National Monument.

Moqui Marbles, naturally occurring iron oxide concretions that arise from navajo sandstone. Very prevalent in the Escalante Grand Staircase National Monument - wonderful shapes and color.

When picturing a meteorite, we generally think of it as something that’s jagged with a rough texture. Reddit user Isai76, however, recently shared something unexpected - a polished meteorite! In addition to the photo, fellow Redditor fewthe3rd explained what makes this polished piece so special. It’s technically a pallasitic meteorite, and the green-yellow transparent minerals are called olivine, which composes most of the upper mantle of the Earth. The metallic parts are an iron-nickel…

It’s technically a pallasitic meteorite, and the green-yellow transparent minerals are called olivine, which composes most of the upper mantle of the Earth. The metallic parts are an iron-nickel alloy.

How to tell the difference between Fake Citrine and Real Citrine!

Genuine Natural Citrine crystals are distinct and easy to tell apart from the "Burnt Amethyst" ones. but still people offer it for sale everywhere. Here is how to easily spot the Fake Citrine and learn about Natural Citrines.

Tourmalinated Quartz Crystal (Tumbled Stone)

Black Tourmalinated Quartz Crystal (Tumbled Stone) Listing is for 1 (one) tumbled Black Tourmalinated Quartz tumbled stone from Brazil Metaphysical Meaning: T

Rainbow Aura Amethyst Cluster Amethyst cluster flame by GemGemRock #gemgemrock

Genial👌 Rainbow Aura Amethyst Cluster Amethyst cluster flame by GemGemRock

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