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Osmium (Os)—the densest naturally occurring element (22.59 g/cm3). One cubic foot would weigh just over 1400 lbs.

Osmium (Os)—the densest naturally occurring element One cubic foot of the stuff would weigh just over 1400 lbs, or about as much as a small car! Who knew it was so pretty?

corindone

(Ruby) The “energy stone” because it fuels life vigor, restores passion, stimulates motivation, and aligns one with the authentic self.

Quartz / Ouray, Ouray District (Uncompahgre District), Ouray Co., Colorado

“Regard man as a mine rich in gems of inestimable value. Education can, alone, cause it to reveal its treasures, and enable mankind to benefit there from.

Tourmaline with tips with a red hue and re-crystallization at the bottom, great green colored Elbaite, Afganistan

Emerald Gemstones Elbaite :: Paprok, Konar Afghanistan Good, Great, or just OK? Emerald Gemstones Very rare Argyle Cardinal Fancy Red diamond leads the

Rhodochrosite / N'Chwanning Mine, South Africa

Rhodochrosite: Wearing or placing on or near the heart can calm the emotions and heal and balances yin and yang

The Most Expensive Gemstones in the World Infographic - I'll take three of each one please...

Diamond Gemstones The Most Expensive Gemstones in the World Infographic - more on the site.

Azurite malachite wulfenite ,Tsumeb Namibia

Azurite with Wulfenite 'An azurite crystal, sharp-edged with vibrant flashes of blue, has patches where the azurite has pseudomorphed to malachite' Tsumeb Mine, Namibia I often question myself with.

Tourmaline var. Elbaite - Russia <br>Photo  Michael Leybov

Tourmaline from Russia ❦ CRYSTALS ❦ semi precious stones ❦ Kristall ❦ Minerals ❦ Cristales ❦

Exploring the Hall of Minerals --photo by Nervous System

Black Turmaline, one of my favorites; Exploring the Hall of Minerals --photo by Nervous System

Risultati immagini per druse

chrysodrusy Sparkling specimen of Quartz drusy over Chysocolla! The specimen is perfectly centered and unblemished with a dazzling flash under any lighting. From the Ray Mine, Mineral Creek District, Pinal County, Arizona. Measures 6 cm by cm in size

Tourmaline "Rubelite" (pièce du musée de Washington DC)

"The Rose Of Asia" Elbaite Tourmaline - Paprok, Afghanistan / Mineral Friends

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