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Tourmaline
Tourmaline
Tanzanite
Tanzanite

Tanzanite is also known as Zoisite and is the last stone to be added to the birthstone chart as one of December’s birthstones. It is found in Tanzania, Africa. The color tones for Tanzanite go from purple to deep violet- blue.

Carved
Carved

All of our carved gemstones are works of art cut by Bart Curren.

Beryl
Beryl

Beryl comes in many colors. From white to yellows, greens, pinks and red (bixbite).

Garnet
Garnet

Garnet is January’s birthstone. Garnet’s comes in many colors and shades.
Spessertite – Orange to orangey-brown
Tsavorite – Green
Rhodolite – Red to raspberry tones
Hessonite – Orangey-brownish

Peridot
Peridot

Peridot is August’s birthstone and comes in different tones of green.

Quartz
Quartz

Amethyst is purple with tones from light to intense royal violet.
Ametrine is the combo of yellow/golden and purple in the same gem material.
Lemon Quartz is a bright yellow in color.

Opal
Opal

Opal is October’s birthstone.
Fire opal is the translucent orangey to orangey-red tone resembling spessertite.

Spinel
Spinel

Spinel is commonly found with-in corundum veins, and although it is 6 times more rare than corundum and is singley refractive, Spinel is less pricey per carat than Ruby, and Sapphire. Spinel can come in blue, red, pink, lavender, and purple.

Topaz
Topaz

Topaz is November’s birthstone.
Yellow/ Imperial Topaz comes in shades of yellow and golden tones.
Precious topaz has pink tones and very bright colors.

Sapphire
Sapphire

Sapphire is a member of the Corundum family. Sapphire comes in many colors, tones, and origins.
The finest gem material is located in the Kashmir region in India. Burma also produces rich color. Sapphire is the
second hardest gemstone, behind diamond.

Kunzite
Kunzite

Kunzite is a variety of Spodumene, having a pink to lilac color. It is often referred to as the
“evening wear” gemstone as to it’s habit of fading in color after being exposed to direct sunlight over
a period of time.

Diamonds
Diamonds