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Stunning 9x7 oval rubelite pink tourmaline. by InTheLoupe312, $250.00

Stunning 9x7 oval rubelite pink tourmaline. by InTheLoupe312, $250.00

Extremely Rare Certified Purple Taaffeite Facet by JustGemstones, $494.00

1950s One-Yard Apron Pattern Simplicity 1359 Cut Complete

Extremely Rare Certified Purple Taaffeite Facet by JustGemstones, $494.00

Flashy light pink tourmaline, concave cut cushion. 4.59 cts.

Flashy light pink tourmaline, concave cut cushion. 4.59 cts.

AMETHYST is the birthstone for the month of February. The name amethyst is from the Greek "amethystos" meaning " not drunken" because the ancient Greeks believed drinking from an amethyst cup would prevent intoxication.

AMETHYST is the birthstone for the month of February. The name amethyst is from the Greek "amethystos" meaning " not drunken" because the ancient Greeks believed drinking from an amethyst cup would prevent intoxication.

Beautiful Blue Star Sapphire by JHPoriginals on Etsy, $110.00

Beautiful Blue Star Sapphire by JHPoriginals on Etsy, $110.00

Natural Unheated Blue Sapphire 34 Carat by WILDSglobalminerals, $6000.00

Natural Unheated Blue Sapphire 34 Carat by WILDSglobalminerals, $6000.00

Rhodolite Garnet - W33 - Kernowcraft

Rhodolite Garnet - W33 - Kernowcraft

Arizona Chatoyant Malachite In Quartz by Elementaldesigns on Etsy, $18.00

Reserved for NI Arizona Chatoyant Malachite In Quartz

Arizona Chatoyant Malachite In Quartz by Elementaldesigns on Etsy, $18.00

5.18 carat teal blue spinel no treatment $1995 Gemfix

5.18 carat teal blue spinel no treatment $1995 Gemfix

"ANTHILL" GARNET    The Arizona Garnet portrays the same deep red hues similar to some of the finest rubies in the world.  The Arizona Garnet has one of the most unique mining crews in the world... ANTS!  These little industrious workers dig underground tunnels and, in the process, push dirt and garnet to the surface forming anthills. The garnet is then picked up by the Navajo indians. This is a stunning stone to add to your gemstone collection.

"ANTHILL" GARNET The Arizona Garnet portrays the same deep red hues similar to some of the finest rubies in the world. The Arizona Garnet has one of the most unique mining crews in the world... ANTS! These little industrious workers dig underground tunnels and, in the process, push dirt and garnet to the surface forming anthills. The garnet is then picked up by the Navajo indians. This is a stunning stone to add to your gemstone collection.

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