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Gemstones

Sunstone (Мedieval)

Sunstone Properties and Meanings If you haven’t seen a sunstone before, just look for the stone that looks just like the sun! Its warm shades of gold and red, sometimes orange or brown, will definitely make you think you’re looking at the sun. These colors are what gave the stone its name. Sunstone may be clear...
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Tigerite (Tiger Eye)

Introduction to the Meaning and Uses of Tiger’s Eye Tiger’s Eye is a most ancient talisman, mysterious and powerful, revered and feared – an “all-seeing all-knowing eye,” thought to grant a wearer the ability to observe everything, even through closed doors. It was chosen by the Egyptians for the eyes in their deity statues to...
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Topaz

Topaz Properties The name Topaz is derived from the Greek word topazion, which may have originated from the Sanskrit term tapas, meaning fire. It may also have come from the Egyptian island of Topazos in the Red Sea. Pliny the Elder used the name of the island for the yellow-green crystal found there. Most Topaz crystals are colorless,...
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Topaz

Topaz is the birthstone for the month of December, and the stone given in celebration of the 4th and 19th anniversaries of marriage. Topaz is a symbol of love and affection, and has been said to be an aid to ones sweetness and disposition. Topaz gets its name from the Greek word topazion, which may...
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Tourmaline

Tourmaline Meaning and Properties Tourmaline History Tourmaline holds a special place in the hearts of jewelry designers and gemstone enthusiasts. All possible color combinations imaginable are embodied in this gemstone. It is believed that tourmaline is found in all these colors because it traveled along a rainbow and shone in all the rainbow’s colors. Tourmaline...
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Turquoise

Turquoise The Healer The most legendary of all the stones, the Turquoise crystal has reached rock star status in the world of healing minerals. Its dazzling blue-green shade made an appearance in ancient Egypt around 6000 BCE where it was incorporated into protective amulets and royal bling for the likes of King Tut and Cleopatra....
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Unakite

Unakite The ultimate stone for living out the spirit of carpe diem, the Unakite Crystal lives up to its reputation, especially with the nickname “living in the now.” The magic of Unakite lies in its ability to inspire a sense of urgency as you realize how quickly time slips through your fingers. Meditate with the...
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Vesuvianite

Vesuvianite is a calcium magnesium iron aluminium silicate hydroxide mineral that belongs to the Soro-silicate sub class of minerals. This stones crystal system is tetragonal. It can form in short prismatic or pyramidal crystals, as well as in massive, ,compact, granular or columnar habits which is why the alternative name for this stone is Idocrase which is...
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Zirconium

Zircon is the oldest mineral on earth and is found in the crust of the earth. It occurs as a common accessory mineral in igneous rocks, in metamorphic rocks and as grains in sedimentary rocks. It is a common constituent of most sands and has been used for thousands of years. Zircon is a September birthstone. ˈzər-ˌkän Zircon...
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