Opal: " For in them you shall see the living fire of the ruby, the glorious purple of the amethyst, the sea-green of the emerald, all glittering together in an incredible mixture of light." ~ Roman Pliny the Elder on Opal, Century AD--iridescence
Rainbow Moonstone is as equally appealing to me as its closest relative, Labradorite. An intriguing cabochon of Rainbow Moonstone, from India. Cut from hard-to-find rough, Romans named it so because they thought it was made of moonlight.
Black Opal from Koroit, Australia. Koroit is located approximately 1000 kilometres from the east coast of Australia, right in the heart of Outback Queensland. The opals from here are unlike opal anywhere else in the world.
Moonstone - Helps with changing structures of ones life on the physical, mental, emotional & spiritual levels. Known as "The Traveler's Stone" & is a talisman of good fortune. Facilitates tenderness within & brings forth happiness to the environment in wh
Tiger's eye is a metamorphic rock that is usually a golden-brown to red-brown color, w/ a silky luster. A member of the quartz group, it is a classic example of pseudomorphous replacement by silica of fibrous crocidolite (blue asbestos)