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Gemstones collection

Tanzanite

Tanzanite is basically the Blue variety of "Zoisite". Tanzanite, discovered in Tanzania in 1967.

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Quartz

Quartz is one of the most common and varied minerals on earth, and its abundant colors produce many gemstone types.

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Blue calcite

Blue calcite in Tanzania is found in Babati District within the Arusha Region.

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WHITE Calcite

Calcite crystals are trigonal-rhombohedral, though actual calcite rhombohedra are rare as natural crystals.

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Rose Quartz

The pink colour of rose quartz is caused by minute traces of titanium in the atomic lattice of the crystals.

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Blue Agate

Agate is a cryptocrystalline variety of the mineral Quartz . Quartz is the most abundant single mineral on earth.

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Red Aventurine

A very small number of garnets are pure and flawless enough to be cut as gemstones.

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Black Tourmaline

Tourmaline is a large family of Gemstones with more than 100 hues available. Its name comes from the Sinhalese turmali, meaning mixed Gemstones.

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Ruby

Celebrated in the Bible and in ancient Sanskrit writings as the most precious of all gemstones,

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AMETHYST

Amethyst, a member of the Quartz mineral family, and has Purple hues that vary from very pale to dark.

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RHODOLITE

Rhodolite is the name used to describe the lovely pinkish, purplish or lavender Red Garnets which are a mixture of Almandite and Pyrope.

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CITRINE

Citrine includes yellow to gold to orange brown shades of transparent quartz. Citrine can brighten almost any jewelry style.

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SCHORL TOURMALINE (BLACK TOURMALINE)

Tourmaline is generally thought of as green, but can be almost any colour.

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POINTED CRYSTAL QUARTZ

Quartz is the most abundant single mineral on earth. It makes up about 12% of the earth's crust.

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White Chalcedony

Chalcedony occurs in a wide range of varieties. Many semi-precious gemstones are in fact forms of chalcedony.

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Apatite

Apatite provides attractive gems in a variety of colors : green but also yellow,blue, reddish, brown and purple.

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Aquamarine

Aquamarine ranges in color from light to deep Blue.Aquamarine achieves its Blue to greenish Blue color from Iron in the ferrous state.

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chrysoprase

Chrysoprase, chrysophrase or chrysoprasus is a gemstone variety of chalcedony (a cryptocrystalline form of silica)

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Crystal Quartz

Quartz is the most abundant single mineral on earth. It makes up about 12% of the earth's crust.

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Feldspar

Feldspar is the mineral name given to a group of minerals distinguished by the presence of aluminum

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Green Aventurine

Green Aventurine Quartz, is actually a quartzit, It is a rock, not a mineral.

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Iolite

Named after P. Cordier, a French geologist. Cordierite is also known as iolite and dichroite.

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Malachite

The name Malachite is derived from the Greek word "Malakhe" which means marshamallow plant because of the green color.

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Moonstone

Moonstone occurs in blue, but it also occurs in grey, white, pink, green and brown.It is usually polished as a cabochon,

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Red Garnet

Moonstone occurs in blue, but it also occurs in grey, white, pink, green and brown.It is usually polished as a cabochon,

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Ruby Hexagonal

Celebrated in the Bible and in ancient Sanskrit writings as the most precious of all gemstones, It has been the prized

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Ruby Zoisite

DESCRIPTION: Two compact, massive, zoisite-rich rocks have found use as gemrocks:

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Rutilated Quartz

Rutile or titanium oxide (TiO2) is a mineral that typically forms in long thin needles. Rutile is known cause the stars in stones such as ruby and sapphire,

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Spessartine

pessartite garnet named after the Spessart district in Bavaria, Germany.

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Topaz

At first sight it has a resemblance to aquamarine, but aquamarine always displays a strong pleochroism from blue to greenish blue,

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Tourmalines

Tourmaline is a large family of Gemstones with more than 100 hues available.

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Volcanic Glass

Obsidian, natural glass of volcanic origin that is formed by the rapid cooling of viscous lava.

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Zircon

Zircon's name comes from the Arabic zargoon, meaning vermilion.

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Kyanite

Kyanite, whose name derives from the Greek word kuanos sometimes referred to as "kyanos",

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Spinel Gemstone

Spinel is a hard vitreous magnesium aluminium oxide that has been used as a gemstone for centuries.

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