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Fire opals are unique in the lush world of the opals.  It was believed that a gem that bubbled over with vivacity to such an extent as the fire opal could only have been created in the waters of paradise. The Mayas and Aztecs loved this gemstone and liked to use it in mosaics and for ritualistic purposes. They called it quetzalitzlipyollitli, the 'stone of the bird of paradise'.    #AmericanGemSociety  @Pinterest.com/amergemsociety/

Fire Agate :: Graham County, Arizona recently lost my necklace with one !

Benitoite crystal on unusal field of snowy white Natrolite. Benitoite is a blue barium titanium silicate mineral, found in hydrothermally altered serpentinite. It is the CA state gemstone.

Benitoite crystal on unusal field of snowy white Natrolite. Benitoite is a blue barium titanium silicate mineral, found in hydrothermally altered serpentinite. It is the California state gemstone.

Colors minerals | Pink by Eva

I love crystals! I hang crystal ornaments on a mini tree in my office at Christmas, and have gorgeous pink, purple, white, and orange crystals on my desk. I even have a little pink crystal 'worry stone' I keep in my pocket when I travel. Its fun to rub

Iris Agate  by Woods’s Stonework & Photo Factory

Iris Agate -how holographic and beautiful are these lines?

Autor: Manoli Tapias  Titulo: Ágata  Técnica: óleo sobre lienzo a pincel Medidas:  50x50  http://arttapias.blogspot.com.es/

Autor: Manoli Tapias Titulo: Ágata Técnica: óleo sobre lienzo a pincel Medidas: 50x50 http://arttapias.blogspot.com.es/

Polished slab of multicolored fluorite. R.Weller/Cochise College.

Polished slab of multicoloured fluorite.

Agua Nueva Agate Cabochon  Agate by xaosart

Agua Nueva Agate Cabochon Agate by xaosart

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