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Amazonite

Introducing amazonite, a feldspar curiously said to be named after Brazil’s mighty Amazon River, though deposits of amazonite have never been found in its proximity. Amazonite is valued for its attractive blue-green hues and its harmonizing properties

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Amethyst

This is the regal gemstone, amethyst, an abundant treasure found in almost every corner of our planet. Coveted by kings and queens and sought by high priests, magicians, monks and bishops for thousands of years, there is no doubt that if it were harder 

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Ammonite

Between 65 million and 250 million years ago, the ammonites ruled the seas. These mollusks, which belonged to the class of cephalopods, were very abundant the world over, until they took their leave and slipped into extinction at the end 

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Aquamarine

Aquamarine is a gemstone that carries a reputation for its beauty. Named for its colour (the term “aquamarine” is Latin for sea water) its literal aqua-marine shade of blue or green has earned it a place of esteem in the gemstone world. In fact, aquamarine

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Black Star Diopside

Enigmatic Black Star Diopside intrigues us with its blazing white four-pointed star, which shines brilliantly from the stone’s dark depths. A friend to academics and energy workers alike, this gem, which owes its brilliant star to mineral

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