Exceptional and very rare Oregon opal with visual effect of being underwater when held to light.obtained at Opal Butte Mine. Oregon, USA ---- It looks like there is a dust-storm contained in this small gemstone
Uncut Raw Blue Amber: "Blue amber is the rarest of all ambers, and before the Indonesian discovery it was only found in the Dominican Republic and in small quantities in Mexico, and Sumatra. Less than of all the amber recovered is of blue color.
Mohave purple turquoise from Arizona. It is composed of small nuggets of natural blue turquoise, to which they added red dye and a brassy-bronze metallic. Using a combination of heat and compression, and this is the end result.
The colors are created by microscopic water drops within the stone. Linked to the heart, stomach and digestion, it stimulates the glands and regulates the acids and enzymes in the metabolism. It helps heal a broken heart and restores harmony.