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Gemstone Properties

Aquamarine

The soothing ocean blue/green color of aquamarine makes it a stone of serenity. It harmonizes soul and body. Its calming energies is believed to reduce stress and quiet the mind.

Aquamarine connects with soothing qualities of spirituality, promoting a calm mind and a harmonized soul. This serene stone is known for its tranquil shades of blue and green that mimic that of the Earth's oceans.

Long ago, Seamen brought the stones with them from port to port in belief that it would bring them safely across the vast waters and protect them from shipwrecks. In this belief of sanctuary, the Seamen would be able to return home to their families unscathed.

Often praised for its harmony and tranquil energy flow, Aquamarine is often nicknamed the 'amulet of a happy family life'.

Aquamarines are found in different parts of the world including America, Brazil, Madagascar, Colombia, Sri Lanka, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya, Australia, Pakistan, and India.

Aquamarine is the birthstone for the month of March.



Aqua stone

Aqua stone is a color enhanced quartz into a watery blue. Carefully crafted into a shade that would rival the clearest of skies on a summer day, this beautiful sea blue stone will bring peace and tranquil energies into your daily life. Aqua stone's effects are more intense for those who fall under the Zodiac sign Aquarius.


Coffee Jade

Coffee jade is color enhanced into a smokey brown that we all often see in our morning coffee mugs. You can almost smell the coffee beans when you hold them in your hands. This stone carries soft energies that bring a gentle awakeness that calm the wearer while still promoting motivation.


Sunstone (done)

These beautiful small suns will brighten any person's spirits with their soft cleansing embers. The light of the small fires inside are easy to catch the eye of any onlooker. Associated with power, luck, and wealth, the Sunstone is praised with having the ability to enhance business situations, humor, and courage. For this reason, we stock up on Sunstone in our showroom all year long!

Sunstones are found in many far away places such as India and Oregon, United States.


Amazonite


Amazonite captivates with many mystifying shades ranging from a smoky green all the way to a creamy blue. Sometimes it likes to dress up with a little pink, yellow, white, or gray. Sometimes it prefers casual days with flecks of no color at all.

In olden days, this stone was said to align the physical and astral bodies, heal the sick, and bring hope. In modern times, we believe it looks quite snazzy on a necklace.

Amazonite is found in the United States, Brazil, Zimbabwe, Russia, Australia, and Namibia.


Abalone

Mother of Pearl, this shell is a beauty! This dance of colors is often seen in shades of bright blues, black, brown, and turquoise. It can even be enhanced to show many other colors to join in its glossy rainbow. Darkly beautiful, this gift from the sea once housed a small creature whose life goal was to make something amazing just for you. We believe he succeeded. Just look at that shine!

Abalone can be found all over the world. Where there is ocean, there is a creature designing their home to one day adorn your collection or project!


African Jade


Mimicking the gorgeous shades of the greens, browns, reds, and yellows of a forest in fall, nature truly shines through in the stone of African Jade. Connect with those elegant trees and the gentle spirit of mother nature through this uplifting stone, and perhaps you will feel as if you could wrestle a bear in those woods. Or at least like you can handle that business meeting in the morning.

African Jade is found in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Madagascar, and Mozambique.


African Green Opal

Often semi-opaque, this stone is right at home in our Earth with its most common color of an oceanic green with a darker beige or brown mottling or veining. Some look like little copies of our planet itself. Start building your own little solar system by pairing one with a Sunstone for a truly out of this world project.

African Green Opal is found in many parts of Africa.


African Turquoise (Done)

Speckled with alluring browns, blacks, grays, and teals, African Turquoise mirrors the corral reefs of the deep ocean floor. Nicknamed African Turquoise, this stone is actually a dazzling form of Jasper found in Africa that forms into several varying colors depending on the minerals present at the site of formation.

This variety of Jasper is believed to inspire change much like the ever changing tides of the ocean and has been cherished for its beauty since long ago in ancient times.

African Turquoise is considered an astrological birthstone for Aries and is found in Africa like the name implies.


Amethyst

Bursting through with its vibrant shades of purple is the well known gem of Amethyst. This variety of quartz comes in a dance of colors from an almost transparent tint of violet to dark blackish purple and can come from geodes almost ten feet tall that weigh several tons!

Amethyst is used in the metaphysical world as a meditative and calming aid, bringing focus into your day with its radiant light lavenders and dark purples. Though the colors remind one of drops of the finest of wines, it is often referred to as the Sobriety stone for its said ability to enhance awareness and narrow focus.

Amethysts are the birthstone of February and is considered an astrological birthstone of Pisces. Amethysts are found in abundance in Brazil, United States, Austria, Russia, India, South Africa, and South Korea.


Ametrine

Merging the beautiful purples of Amethyst and the exquisite golden yellows of citrine, Ametrine is truly a site to behold. These blends of color are all natural as this stone is a rare form of quartz. No two are ever the same!

This treasured stone is said to promote inner peace and tranquility by removing negitive energy, but its future availability is uncertain due to there only being one known source in the world. Add Ametrine to your collection or project soon to show off its unique rarity.

Ametrine is found in the vast jungles of Bolivia and Brazil.


Angelite

Angelite is true to its name, coming in angelic shades of white, blue, light violet, and dark grey. This stone is said to promote compassion and understanding in the form of brotherhood even though its relationship with water isn't the best. Still, Angelite is believed to promote communication and self-expression through its tranquil colors and soothing textures.

This stone is actually a soft mineral and should avoid water due to its habit of absorbing the element and undergoing the transformation into Gypsum.

Angelites is considered the astrological birthstone of Aquarius. Angelite is often mined next to its brother mineral Gypsum in Austria, Chile, and Mexico.


Apatite

Having a splendid color range from bright yellows to bewitching blues and greens, Apatite is known for bringing out the creative and learning soul. This inspirational stone is often considered a fire stone that encourages new adventures and overcoming fears of the unknown. Apatite is sure to brighten your day with its sparkling colors in the light no matter what color is best for your collection or project.

Apatite is found in Brazil, India, Madagascar, and Russia.


Aventurine

With a name so similar in spelling to the word adventure, Aventurine is definitely a stone you should bring on your next one. Known in the metaphysical world as a stone of good luck, this quartzite most commonly comes in lovely shades of blue and green, but sometimes can have streaks of orange or browns throughout. This stone is sure to look gorgeous on you during your next adventure.

Aventurine is considered an astrological birthstone of Aries. Aventurine is found in India, Chile, Spain, and Russia.


Azurite

At first glance, Azurite seems strikingly familiar, or just striking with its stunning deep blues. The painters out there will understand why it is so familiar due to the artistic history of Azurite being used to create the deepest of blue paints. Thousands of years ago, the pigments of this mineral were used to paint the inner temples of Dunhuang and to this day the blues are still as superb as they were when they were first painted. So you know this color will stay as beautiful as ever and will never fade!

Azurite is known as a meditation stone and is said to expel negative energies to open oneself to understanding and enlightenment. It is also believed to enhance creativity, inspiration, and institution.

Azurite is found in many copper mining areas such as Australia, Chile, Africa, and China. Azurite is also found in Lyons, France, but stones mined there are often nicknamed Chessylite rather than Azurite.


Beryl

If you need a stone for everyday wear and tear, Beryl is an excellent choice. Coming in soft shades of pink, red, gold, green, white, and blue, the metaphysical properties of this stone range as widely as the colors it can be. Beryl is believed to promote love, courage, truth, and warmth. Trouble in love? This charming stone is the pinnacle of relationship help no matter what color tickles your fancy.

Beryl is found in many places in Europe, Ireland, Russia, Africa, Colombia, United States, and Zambia.

 

Bird's Eye Rhyolite

Like staring in the eyes of a majestic eagle, Bird's Eye Rhyolite is certainly compelling in its spotted coloring. This stone features bands of yellow, brown, and shades of red all along it in a spotty fashion that is known to seem like a predatory bird is looking over you.

Bird's Eye Rhyolite is said to be a stone of protection during times of change and is thought to ease the transition into the future from the now. Those who are moving on and taking the first step into the future will find the Bird's Eye Rhyolite to be their best companion.

Bird's Eye Rhyolite is found in volcanic regions in Mexico.


Black Coral

All Coral start as organic in nature, forming beautiful structures and living outstanding lives in the vast oceans before reaching the use in a collection or project. Once a tree-like coral living in the deep sea, Black Coral is believed to change the currents of negative emotions into positive ones much like the currents of the oceans. It is said to help in both meditation or visualization in the metaphysical world.

This coral lived for several thousands of years to perfect the beauty of its dark skeleton for use in your project or collection.

Black Coral is found in the Mediterranean Sea, off the coast of Australia, the South Pacific, the waters around Japan, and Africa.


Black Spinel

Black Spinel lives up to its given name, being dark in color and having many peaks in its forms much like the Latin word for Spine that its name comes from. This stone comes in many very dark colors and is often a black or dark brown when polished. It is believed to help with creating calmness and reducing forgetfulness, so long as you don't forget the stone itself somewhere of course!

Black Spinel is found in Afghanistan, Tajikistan, and Burma.


Blackstone

Dark as the night, black stone is actually a very dark form of Jasper that is often confused for reconstituted obsidian or black agate. This variation of Jasper is considered a highly protective stone, dispelling negative energies and bringing good luck to the bearer in any fight, whether mental or spiritual. Blackstone is an excellent stone for one who needs to ground themselves in nature and find themselves.

Blackstone is found in India.


Black Tourmalinated Quartz

Streaked with eye-catching inclusions of black, Tourmalinated Quartz is a unique stone that compliments any collection or project. This stone is often a clear or milky white with stark black needles throughout its coloration.

Although it may look a little eerie, Black Tourmalinated Quartz is believed to be a shield-stone against negative energy, turning it away from the wearer or converting it into positive energy. It is also said to be a symbol of unity and harmony in the metaphysical world.

Black Tourmalinated Quartz is found in Brazil.


Bloodstone

This crimson or golden speckled stone is given its name by the hematite decorating its green surface, looking very much like droplets of blood on the surface of the earthen Jasper.

Although the Bloodstone sounds vampiric in nature, this stone is actually treasured as a talisman of good health and long life. Then again, perhaps it is very vampiric. This mystifying stone was so odd in ancient times that it was once rumored to hold the power of invisibility, though why such an outstanding stone would make you vanish is unknown.

Bloodstone is considered an astrological birthstone of Aries. Bloodstone is found in India, Brazil, China, Australia, and United States.


Blue Chalcedony

Blue Chalcedony is a dreamy milky stone that often comes in a range of colors from the lightest of blues to an almost lavender to near teal. This stone is believed to nurture good will and stability in the metaphysical world, instilling a generosity and harmony in the wearer.

Chalcedony is found in United States, Austria, Czech Republics, Iceland, Mexico, Britain, New Zealand, Turkey, Russia, and Brazil.


Blue Lace Agate

A hauntingly beautiful image of the sky in winter or the rippling oceans against the sandy coast, Blue Lace Agate is known for the soft blue and white layers across its opaque or translucent surface.

Blue Lace Agate is said to promote happiness and peace in the metaphysical world and with how close it looks to a day at the beach or a clear sky, it's not hard to see why it would be called the stone of Happiness.

Blue Lace Agate is found in Namibia and South Africa.


Pink Opal

True to the beautiful shades of Valentine's day pink it comes in, Pink Opal is known as the stone of love to faithful lovers. These milky stones are said to promote joy and compassion with their soothing colors and smooth textures. Opal is formed from an ancient combination of silica and water, creating this soft stone millions of years ago just to come bring a little more love into your collection or project.

Pink Opal is considered an astrological birthstone of Libra. Pink Opal is found in Peru.


Strawberry Quartz

Looking as delicious as the berry it is named after, Strawberry Quartz is known for bringing universal traits of love, purpose, and seizing the day. This soothing stone reminds one of Summer days, pink lemonade, and fresh picked strawberries straight from the orchard. It's easy to see why such a stone is said to make one feel gratitude and generosity. Everyone wants to share the great taste of strawberries!

Strawberry Quartz is considered an astrological birthstone of Libra. Strawberry Quartz is found in Africa and Kazakhstan.


Lemon Quartz

When life gives you Lemons, add lemon quartz to your collection or project!

This sweet and tart variation of quartz is said to bring the wearer optimism and creativity in the metaphysical world. With such a bright lemonade color, it's hard to not feel more positive from just looking at this gemstone.

Lemon Quartz is found in Brazil.


Rose Quartz

Will you take this rose? Rose Quartz dazzles with its many soft shades of romantic pink, earning its metaphysical title as the stone of unconditional love. This gemstone is said to bring warmth, comfort, and a soft feminine energy as well as help promote love of all forms for the wearer.

Rose Quartz is found in Brazil and United States.


Charoite

The lively dance in this stone of purples, browns, and blacks makes Charoite quite the gemstone to behold in a collection or project. Charoite is a truly unusual unique stone, created with a very unique combination of limestone, a chemically unique form of liquid intrusion, and then exposed to a very unique set of physical conditions to bring the swirling marvel before you.

Charoite is known as the Stone of Transformation due to its young life in the metaphysical world. It is said that it brings the feelings of courage, inspiration and change. Though its full properties are still unknown as it is still very new.

Charoite is found in only one location in Russia that matches all the conditions to make this one of a kind stone.


Botswana Agate

Botswana Agate wraps its layers of pinks, browns, blues, and grays in hypnotizing matters that really catch the eyes of those who look upon them. This stone is known for its quiet energy that promotes comfort and good luck. 

Botswana Agate is considered an astrological birthstone of Scorpio. Botswana Agate is found in Botswana as the name suggests.


Boulder Opal

Sparkling into your next project is the Boulder Opal. This play of color lives in its host rock of ironstone or sandstone and is known to be a talisman of bringing one closer to nature. Boulder Opal brings perseverance and connection to mother earth in the metaphysical world.

Boulder Opal is found in Australia.


Bronzite

Reminding one of the delicious first bite of chocolate or the first swirl of coffee in the morning, Bronzite is an easy stone to have shimmer into your heart. Like that morning coffee, this stone is known for bringing focused action into one's life as well as courtesy and protection. This stone is sure to help you get through the morning, though you still might want to grab that cup of coffee to go with it!

Bronzite is found in the United States.


Calcite

This fluorescent crystal is Calcite, often coming in a full spectrum of colors such as gray, yellow, red, pink, orange, green, bluish-brown, black, and even white or clear. Calcite's many colors all have different attributes in the metaphysical world, but all are considered energy amplifiers and cleansers. Energy is never stagnant where there is Calcite.

Calcite is one of the most abundant types of crystal found on Earth, though most colors can be found in large deposits in Mexico.


Carnelian

Like the blaze of a sunset or the first falling leaf in autumn, Carnelian strikes one first with the brilliance of its stark color. This small stone of fire is known for its bold energy that warms the heart and brings joy to the wearer in the metaphysical world. Just looking at this stone gives us motivation! Capture the first rays of the setting sun in this stone and add it to your collection or project for some added vibrancy.

Carnelian is found primarily in India and South America.

 

Chrome Diopside

Chrome Diopside is a chromium-laden form of Diopside that comes in beautiful shades of dark and light greens that mimic that of Emeralds. This vibrant stone is believed to be a creative aid as well as promoting commitment and the inner heart. We can understand that as this stone's gorgeous greens are hard not to love!

Chrome Diopside is found in Siberia, Russia.


Chrysocolla

Chrysocolla is often known as the king of carbonate copper gemstones with its amazing speckles of different greens and blues, accented by shades of browns and blacks. This gentle stone is known to promote tranquility, peace, and patience. The soothing earthy colors alone make this stone one to own if one wants to relax.

Chrysocolla is found in Africa, Mexico, Australia, and the United States. This stone is popular in ancient lore and is considered the national stone of Israel.


Chrysoprase

The bright green of Chrysoprase attracts the eye to it immediately in a collection or project, drawing one into its gentle neon color. Attraction to this stone is not unheard of since in the metaphysical world this stone is known to bring new love and heal a broken heart. Try not to fall in love with this stone too fast!

Chrysoprase is found in Western Australia, Germany, Russia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Tanzania, India, Kazakhstan, Madagascar, Brazil, and United States.


Citrine

Known as the Merchant's stone, Citrine's many shades of yellow range from a calm almost clear to the most golden of colors. This joyful stone is said in the metaphysical world to be extremely lucky for Merchants, enhancing self esteem and prosperity. We happen to keep much of it in our store year round!

Citrine is known as an alternate birthstone for November. Citrine is found in France, Britain, Russia, Madagascar, Burma, Spain, Brazil, and United States.


Cobalto Druzy

Cobalto Druzy is easy to spot with its attractive stark pink, purple, or blue coloring and beautiful sparkle. This form of quartz is known in the metaphysical world to lift the mood and open the creative mind to help actualize more artistic pursuits. It's easy to see how this crystal can inspire with how close it looks to the shimmers of nebulas.

Cobalto Druzy is found in Africa.


Coral

All Coral start as organic in nature, forming beautiful structures and living outstanding lives in the vast oceans before reaching the use in a collection or project. This garden of the seas comes in many color, shape, and size variations that are unique to the lovely life it once had. Coral is said to attract love and passion in the metaphysical world, inspiring creativity and warmth in the wearer.

Coral is found in the Mediterranean Sea, off the coast of Australia, the South Pacific, the waters around Japan, and Africa.


Cuprite

Colored in various hues of red and brown due to a high copper content, Cuprite truly feels like it came from the earth with its bold tones. Metaphysical lore suggests that Cuprite is helpful for reducing worry, increasing awareness, and promoting learning. This is sure to be a stone for those who are going into college or changing jobs.

Cuprite is found worldwide near copper deposits.


Dalmatian Jasper

Animal lovers will know the attraction to this stone very well as it brings forth fond memories of our favorite pets. This black spotted tan or white stone appeals to the child in all of us and is known in the metaphysical world to encourage playfulness and to bring joy back into simple things. Dalmatian Jasper is also known as a talisman of protection for animals, though they might not appreciate its beauty as much as we do.

Dalmatian Jasper is found in Mexico.


Dendritic Opal

Dendritic Opal is a form of Opal that has dark dendritic, tubular, or orbicular markings throughout the opal that mimics the shapes of mosses, ferns, or thick forests of trees. This unique stone looks almost haunting at first glance, but this stone is actually said to help with spiritual growth and wisdom.

Dendritic Opal is found all around the world and is most notably found in Brazil, China, India, Australia, Kazakhstan, Madagascar, Mexico, Mongolia, Namibia, Uruguay, and United States.


Druzy Agate

Druzy Agate is an easy crystal to spot with exactly how sparkly it can be. The metaphysical world has dubbed this stone one of light and joy due to its intense appearance akin to that of stardust in many colors. Look to the sky no more as you add this crystal to your collection or project, owning your very own star from the night sky in your hands.

Druzy Agate is found in many locations near river beds and shorelines.

 

Dumortierite

Dumortierite's smooth blacks and metallic blues make it a bold edition to any collection or project. Known as the stone of intelligence, Dumortierite is said to command order and bring forth critical thinking skills. This stone's lighter versions are often found mixed with various quartz to achieve the softer coloration.

Dumortierite is found in Madagascar, Namibia, Sri Lanka, Canada, Poland, France, Brazil, and United States.


Emerald

All the greens of nature come together to form the lush form of the Emerald. A key stone of romance, Emerald is known in the metaphysical world to bring joy, hope, and help one communicate with truth. It is often known as the stone of successful and divine love.

Emerald is the birthstone of May and is considered an astrological birthstone of Taurus. Emerald is found in Columbia, Brazil, and United States.


Green Tree Agate

This gentle milky Chalcedony crystal with beautiful green dendritic inclusions is Green Tree Agate. Often referred to as the talisman of inner peace in the metaphysical world, Green Tree Agate is known as a stabilizing tool that promotes safety and security. The colors of this stone range from the most milky of near whites to the darkest of leafy greens, making it mirror that of the trees in the forest.

Green Tree Agate is found in Brazil, India, and Uruguay.


Fancy Jasper

Having a rough week? The dance of earthy colors in Fancy Jasper are said to enhance the ability to relax and bring comfort to the wearer in the metaphysical world, making this stone a must have for a those not so good weeks. Enjoy the variations of color from browns, reds, oranges, yellows, greens, white, and lilac as the stress just melts away.

Fancy Jasper is considered an astrological birthstone of Aries and Scorpio. Fancy Jasper is found in Africa and Brazil.


Fire Opal

True to its name, Fire Opal looks to have a burning ember just under the surface! This stone burns with the energy of sensuality and love in the metaphysical world, even referred to as the best love stone out there. Fire Opal brings with it a creative and spontaneous action on top of the properties of love, making it quite the brilliant stone in color and meaning.

Fire Opal is found in Mexico, United Stated, Australia, Guatemala, Ethiopia, Honduras, Brazil, and Turkey.


Fluorite

Fluorite shines with the many blues, greens, and purples of the ocean at sunset. This spectrum of colors is known in the metaphysical world as ones of clarity, purpose, and calm. It is said that this stone enhances concentration and decision-making by promoting calm and clarity in the mind. Take this ocean sunset into your collection or project and it is sure to add the calming colors you need.

Fluorite is found in Canada, United States, South Africa, Thailand, Peru, Mexico, Poland, China, Hungary, Norway, Germany, Czechoslovakia, and England.


Fossil Coral

Formed by ancient corals from oceans around the world, Fossil Coral has a more unique pattern than other corals due to the slow infusion of agate in the fossil remains. This infusion can take up to 20 million years to create this little gem. Fossil coral is seen as a protection stone in the metaphysical world and is praised as a stone that should be worn in times of change to help promote positive outcomes.

Fossil Coral is considered an astrological birthstone of Scorpio and Gemini. Fossil Coral is found in Indonesia and United States.


Garnet

The fiery spectrum of Garnet ranges from the deepest of reds to the brightest of yellows, bringing a true fire to any collection or project they become a part of. This beautiful gem is said to stimulate business, bring constancy to friendships, and enhance self-esteem in the metaphysical world. A true boost comes from Garnet, much like the healthy boost from the pomegranate seeds this stone gets its name from.

Garnet is considered an astrological birthstone of Aquarius. This stone is the birthstone of January. Garnet is found worldwide with its largest supply stemming from Africa.


Golden Obsidian

From exotic volcanoes emerges the golden sheen of Golden Obsidian. This special form of stone is formed when gas bubbles from cooling lava get trapped in Obsidian as it forms deep within the earth. These trapped gases create the spectacular sheen we see in the rock's surface. Golden Obsidian is said to hold the energy of success in the metaphysical world, manifesting the personal power of focus and deflecting negative energies.

Golden Obsidian is considered an astrological birthstone of Sagittarius. Golden Obsidian is found in many volcanic regions of the world.


Goldstone

Sparkling like the many stars of the night, Goldstone is truly a glitter lover's dream. Coming in brownish gold and midnight blue, this stone is a galactic masterpiece that mirrors the stars in the sky from both far away and up close.

Though manmade, this stone carries heavy metaphysical properties such as enhancing luck and charm. This stone is an energetic stone of creativity and promotes confidence in the wearer. And with how beautiful the sparkle is, it's hard not to sparkle just as brightly.

Goldstone has been created since the European Renaissance and was originally formed in Venice, Italy.


Green Jade

When thinking of green gemstones, Green Jade is often the first thought of due to its extravagant range of the color. This stone goes down in history with its metaphysical properties of attracting love, money, and romance. Ancient Chinese culture revered the powers of Green Jade, including its abilities in many legends and popularizing Jade butterflies as a powerful symbol used to draw in love.

Green Jade is found in China, United States, and Russia.


Hematite

Known for its shimmering metallic colors, Hematite is a stone that is sure to stand out in any collection or project. Ranging from mirroring metal to giving off a rainbow of colors, this stone is said to be a powerful stone in improving personal relationships and inner happiness.

Hematite is found in Brazil, China, Canada, England, Germany, and even Mars.


Hemimorphite

Mimicking the sparkling waters of the sea on a summer day, Hemimorphite certainly reminds one of summer vacation at the beach. Hemimorphite comes in several shades of blues, from teal to royal blue, but can also appear in whites and greens. This beautiful stone is regarded as one of joy and good luck, bringing that feeling of being at the beach in stone form.

Hemimorphite is found in Belgium, Germany, Algeria, Australia, Austria, England, Italy, Mexico, Poland, Russia, Thailand, the Congo, Namibia, Madagascar, and United States.


Howlite

White as a full moon in the sky, it's clear why Howlite would have one howling over its beauty. This stone is known to be the most calming stone for a collection or project. The gorgeous grey veining across the stark white stone breaks up the white to look like the moon glowing over the earth in the darkest of nights. It's a truly mystifying stone that almost feels like a good night's sleep.

Howlite is found in Canada and United States.


Hypersthene

The submetallic luster of Hypersthene is the first thing to draw the eye to the stone, creating an odd but captivating stripe of shine across the dark surface. Hypersthene is known as the strength stone in the metaphysical world, alleviating self esteem, loyalty, and trust.

Hypersthene is found in United States and Canada.


Imperial Jasper

This intriguing Jasper is primarily found in a steep canyon in Mexico. Buried in the dense vegetation of the canyon, Imperial Jasper hides with its long sought after egg patterns. Hues of this stone come in a range of reds, pinks, tans, and greens. Imperial Jasper is said to bring nurturing energy and courage to the wearer.

Imperial Jasper is found in Mexico.


Impression Jasper

Impression Jasper is popular for its dazzling greens, blues, and sandy matrix patterns. This type of jasper can be color treated into many colors, all beautiful with the stone's natural pattern. Known as a stone of tranquility, Impression Jasper emits a calming aura that absorbs negative energy and turns it into positive energy.

Impression Jasper is found in China and Africa.


Iolite

Glowing with vibrant purples, Iolite is quite the beautiful stone. Often referred to as water sapphire, this stone is used in the metaphysical world as one to enhance relationships and curiosity. Let Iolite motivate your project into completion with its inspiring colors and energies.

Iolite is found in Australia, Brazil, Burma, Canada, India, Madagascar, Namibia, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, and United States.


Jade

When thinking of green gemstones, Jade is often the first thought of due to its extravagant range of the color. This stone goes down in history with its metaphysical properties of attracting love, money, and romance. Ancient Chinese culture revered the powers of Jade, including its abilities in many legends and popularizing Jade butterflies as a powerful symbol used to draw in love.

Jade is found in China, United States, and Russia.


Jasper

Jasper breathes the very essence of nature into any collection or project. This stone mimics the colors of golden sunshine, poppy fields, rainforests, the undulating ocean, the red rocks of the Grand Canyon, to sweeping mountains, and night skies. The very earth is brought together into this beautiful stone and each color and type of Jasper comes with its own meaning and use. Whichever color catches your eye, this stone is sure to nurture your collection or project into completion.

Jasper is found worldwide with some regions bringing their own uniquely mined type.


Jet

Like a mini black hole, Jet comes in the darkest of darks. Much like a black hole, Jet once had life and is the product of fossilized wood immersed in water for millions of years. A fun fact about Jet is that when burned or touched with a hot implement, it will exude the smell of coal. Not that we recommend damaging the Jet in your collection or project.

Jet is known in the metaphysical world as a protection stone. The darkness inside this gemstone is said to protect the wearer from evil, fear, and violence.

Jet is found in England and Spain.


Kunzite

The bright pastel colors of Kunzite bring a feminine quality and energy with them. From the palest of pinks to light violet to yellow or green hues, Kunzite is an amazing crystal that emits a joyful feeling upon merely looking at it. Known in the metaphysical world as the woman's stone, this crystal is believed to promote infinite unconditional love and purity. It's hard not to love this play of pastels!

Kunzite is considered a birthstone of February. Kunzite is found in United States, Brazil, Madagascar, Myanmar, and Afghanistan.


Kyanite

Fan like clusters decorate the surface of Kyanite, making it stand out with its unique crystal-like patterns in many colors such as gold, blue, green, white, and black. These clusters are also why this stone is known as a energy stone and is often used in the metaphysical world to balance energy in a busy life.

Kyanite is found in mountainous regions in United States, Switzerland, Brazil, and Myanmar.


Labradorite

As if capturing Nebulas from the night sky, Labradorite is quite the shimmering colorful stone. Coming in several iridescent colors mixed with a dark background, this stone is held in high standards in the metaphysical world as the Matriarch of the Unconscious. Known to bring self-confidence, enthusiasm, and inspiration, Labradorite brings great feelings alongside the beauty of its appearance.

This Labradorite is known to be connected to several Zodiacs, such as Leo, Scorpio, and Sagittarius. Labradorite is found in Finland, Ukraine, Australia, United States, Canada, and Madagascar.


Landscape Jasper

Jasper breathes the very essence of nature into any collection or project. This stone mimics the colors of golden sunshine, poppy fields, rainforests, the undulating ocean, the red rocks of the Grand Canyon, to sweeping mountains, and night skies. Landscape Jasper chooses to capture nature within it in beautiful shades that mimic a picture of the very landscapes in nature. Also called Polychrome Ocean Jasper, this stone was accidentally found by a geologist in the heavy hunt for mined out Ocean Jasper.

Landscape Jasper is a stone of stability, bringing balance and helping ground the wearer. This variation of Jasper is also known to bring the wearer closer to nature in the metaphysical world.

Jasper is found in Madagascar.


Lapis

One of the most sought after stones since history began, Lapis has always been revered as the symbol of royalty, honor, power, and the very spirit itself. In some ancient civilizations, Lapis was once valued more highly than gold!

Lapis is known in the metaphysical world as a stone of wisdom and good judgment. It is said that meditating on this stone can even enhance intelligence, but it is also one of the strongest stones in power and is warned to be used with care.

Lapis is known as a lucky stone for those born in December. Lapis is found in Chile, Russia, United States, and Afghanistan.


Larimar

Embodying the tranquil seas and skies, Larimar captivates with its calming blues mixed sometimes with volcanic rock in which it forms near. This beautiful stone is known in the metaphysical world as a stone of relaxation and freedom. It's easy to get lost in its soft colors. Larimar is said to be particularly powerful for Scorpios.

Larimar is only found in the Dominican Republic.


Lava

The bubbly cavities in the beautiful dark surface make Lava rock worth the intense heat and pressure it goes under to form into this marvelous stone. Lava rock comes in the most elegant of blacks many have come to love, but can also come in other colors depending on the minerals inside it or color treatment. Though these beads may by thought to be heavy, they are actually surprisingly lightweight and smooth to the touch, making them perfect for any collection or project!

Lava rock is known for an intensely calming energy. It is said to help the wearer have emotional strength and courage. This rock brings these metaphysical properties more strongly for those under the Taurus and Cancer Zodiac signs.

Lava rock is found in all volcanic regions across the world.


Leopard Skin Jasper

Jasper breathes the very essence of nature into any collection or project. This stone mimics the colors of golden sunshine, poppy fields, rainforests, the undulating ocean, the red rocks of the Grand Canyon, to sweeping mountains, and night skies. Leopard Skin Jasper chooses to capture the more wild of animals from earth.

Spotted in many tans, oranges, and sometimes reds, Leopard Skin Jasper is known in the metaphysical world as the stone of travel. It's said to make the journey to more exotic places, both physically and mentally, easier for the wearer by evoking courage and protection. This stone is said to affect Gemini more strongly.

Leopard Skin Jasper is found in Mexico.


Lepidochrosite Quartz

Sparkling with darker hues than most pink quartz, Lepidochrosite Quartz takes on a charming reddish color that makes it quite the appealing piece for any collection or project. Lepidochrosite Quartz is known in the metaphysical world as a stone that brings the highest love and integrity to the wearer.

Lepidochrosite Quartz is found in Madagascar, Spain, and India.


Lepidolite

Appearing in every shade between rich purple and pastel pink, Lepidolite is often nicknamed the lavender stone for its soft color range. Known in the metaphysical world as the Stone of Healing, Lepidolite is said to ease stress and bring relaxation into one's life. Lepidolite is said to work stronger with those who fall under the Zodiac sign of Libra.

Lepidolite is found in Brazil, Russia, United States, Canada, Africa, and Madagascar.


Malachite

Presenting beautiful alternating light and dark greens, Malachite is an eye-catching stone that was revered in ancient times in several cultures as stones from the goddesses. This mesmerizing stone is believed to help with intuitive reasoning and to strongly connect one to mother nature in the metaphysical world. Malachite is also believed to promote growth in a person's strength and self. This stone is believed to amplify its effects for those who fall under the Zodiac signs Libra, Scorpio, and Capricorn.

Malachite is found worldwide, including the Congo, Zambia, Gabon, Namibia, Mexico, Wales, France, Israel, and United States.


Montana Agate

Creamy to clear with spots like a cheetah, Montana Agate is a unique form of Agate that forms when iron oxide, manganese oxide, and on rare occasions a green copper, are trapped and form inclusions inside. Montana Agate is often nicknamed Moss Agate due to the inclusions inside appearing to be small bunches of moss.

Montana Agate is believed to have properties of improving mental balance, memory, and self confidence. This form of agate is also said to be a stone of good fortune for those who fall under the Zodiac sign of Gemini.

Montana Agate is found only in the Yellowstone river in Montana, United States.


Mookaite

Bold with earthly beauty, Mookaite can be found with fiery fusions of reds and yellows in a multitude of combinations. Mookaite is considered a healing stone in the metaphysical world, helping one by giving strength and connecting us with unconditional love. It's believed to impart a deep calm on the wearer while actively encouraging versatility.

Mookaite is found in Australia.


Moonstone

Bright and as beautiful as the full moon, Moonstone comes in a variety of milky colors such as gray, white, silver, blue, and a semitransparent. This alluring stone is a stone of lovers, often tied to the belief that if you give your lover a necklace of Moonstone when the moon is full, you will forever have passion, love, and romance in your relationship. It is also referred to as the stone of eternal love.

Moonstone is found in the Appalachian Mountains and the Southern Alps, though they can be found all across the globe in areas of feldspar mineral concentrations.


Morganite

This rose colored beryl is called Morganite. It's soft salmon to violet coloring ranges from a clear white to a bright pastel, giving it quite the shine when polished. Known in the metaphysical world as an Angel stone or Heart stone, Morganite is believed to rekindle old love or attract new love into one's life. This stone is also thought to bring patience and cleansing energies.

Morganite is found all over the world, but is commonly mined from Brazil and Madagascar.


Moss Agate

Creamy to clear with spots like a cheetah, Moss Agate is a unique form of Agate that forms when iron oxide, manganese oxide, and on rare occasions a green copper, are trapped and form inclusions inside. Moss Agate gets its name due to the inclusions inside appearing to be small bunches of moss.

Moss Agate is believed to have properties of improving mental balance, memory, and self confidence. This form of agate is also said to be a stone of good fortune for those who fall under the Zodiac sign of Gemini.

Moss Agate is found only in the Yellowstone river in Montana, United States.


Mother of Pearl

Once the inner layer of shell made by a mollusk, the Mother of Pearl shares its illustrious shine with that of Pearls. This shell can range in color from the purest of whites to a full spectrum of the rainbow in one piece and can have a low luster or a stark iridescence.

The Mother of Pearl is known in the metaphysical world to bring prosperity and happiness to the wearer. It is considered a good luck amulet and in ancient cultures, was gifted to loved ones to wish them good fortune.

Mother of Pearl is found in many oceans where mollusks find their home.


Noreena Jasper

With fiery splashes of rusted reds, mustard yellows, creamy whites, and blazing oranges, Noreena Jasper looks like a true fire ball of energy. This fire ball stone is considered a stone of balance in the metaphysical world, bringing energy into its wearer and helping them use it in a positive productive manner.

Noreena Jasper is only found in Australia.


Obsidian

Like small black holes, Obsidian is the stone that you think of when the color black is mentioned. This dark stone is actually natural volcanic glass and can come in more colors than black, such as browns, blacks with golden or silvery sheens, and even black with snowflakes of white upon the surface. It's truly a captivating stone in any color.

Obsidian is known in the metaphysical world as the ultimate protective stone. It is also considered the stone of the soft hearted and gentle minded. Obsidian is known to bring out honesty, sincerity, and truth which will aid the wearer.

Obsidian is found in many locations worldwide, though is confined to areas of geologically recent volcanic activity.


Ocean Jasper

With orbs inside that resemble starbursts, dots, or bull's eyes, Ocean Jasper comes in a wide variety of colors with those very orbs mixing into several different patterns. This stone can come in every color of the rainbow and is slowly getting more and more rare as the deposits known are nearing exhaustion.

Ocean Jasper is thought to bring peace of mind to the wearer, invoking calm and self love. It is said to have a gentle energy that brings steady strength and renewal.

Ocean Jasper is only found in one place, the remote northwestern corner of Madagascar in two mining areas only ten miles apart.


Olive Jade

Looking like it belongs at the bottom of a martini glass, Olive Jade is the more yellow-green color of Jade. This stone goes down in the metaphysical world as one that invokes wisdom, peace, and hope. 

Olive Jade is found in China, United States, and Russia.


Onyx

Like small black holes, Onyx is a dark stone that comes in many colors and can often be seen with bands of other colors such as yellows, browns, and creams. This stone was revered by the ancient Greeks and was born from a legend of belonging to the divine goddess Venus.

Onyx is seen as a grounding stone in the metaphysical world, bringing focus, attention, and harmony to one's mind to help them become more productive.

Onyx is found in India, Brazil, Uruguay, and United States.


Orange Calcite

So brightly orange that one could mistake them for candy, Orange Calcite is a beautiful stone that brings a burst of color into any collection or project. This crystal comes in the most pastel of oranges to the most saturated versions of the color, making it really pop!

Orange Calcite is not only fun to look at, but in the metaphysical world it is said to energize and cleanse the wearer, leaving them full of nothing but positive energy. This crystal is also said to ease fears, making the wearer not only energized but ready to take on the world!

Orange Calcite is found worldwide and can often be found near hot springs and caverns.


Owyhee Picture Jasper

Jasper breathes the very essence of nature into any collection or project. This stone mimics the colors of golden sunshine, poppy fields, rainforests, the undulating ocean, the red rocks of the Grand Canyon, to sweeping mountains, and night skies. Owyhee Picture Jasper captures the beauty of the deserts and savannahs with its shades of yellows, creams, grays, reds, and browns.

Owyhee Picture Jasper is known to bring one closer to nature and balance the wearer's mind. It is said to break one through any blocks in energy in the metaphysical world.

Owyhee Picture Jasper is only found in the Owyhee mountains of Idaho.


Quartz

The most common crystal on the planet, Quartz can be found in almost every color in the rainbow and can be transparent or opaque. Many types of quartz come with their own meaning and use, each unique but often surrounding feelings of love. Whichever color catches your eye, this crystal is sure to bring some love into your collection or project.

Quartz is found worldwide with some regions bringing their own uniquely mined type.


Red Jasper

Jasper breathes the very essence of nature into any collection or project. This stone mimics the colors of golden sunshine, poppy fields, rainforests, the undulating ocean, the red rocks of the Grand Canyon, to sweeping mountains, and night skies. Red Jasper captures all the burning reds of the world into one stone, coming in colors as bright as poppy flowers to the dark embers of dwindling coals.

Red Jasper is considered a grounding stone in the metaphysical world. It is said to bring protection to those who wear it in the night and be lucky for actors inspiring to be their most creative.

Red Jasper is found in India, Russia, Brazil, Germany, France, and United States.


Rhodochrosite

From raspberry pinks to rosy reds, Rhodochrosite looks like a valentine's day dream. This pearly pink stone can also been seen often with white, black, or brown bands inside the waves of candy pinks.

True to its looks, Rhodochrosite is considered a stone of love and balance. It is said to stimulate love and passion while energizing the wearer, a perfect combination for a valentine's day evening or everyday hot date. It's hard not to love this cheerful color combination.

Rhodochrosite is found in Argentina, Mexico, Spain, Africa, Peru, and United States.


Rhodonite

This dance of pinks, reds, blacks, and browns is called Rhodonite. This stone is known in the metaphysical world as a stone of compassion and nurtures love, balance, and restoration of the heart in the wearer. It is said to encourage unselfish self-love and forgiveness as well as invoke relaxation and calm into daily life. Rhodonite is particularly more powerful for those falling under the Zodiac sign Taurus.

Rhodonite is a fairly common stone. It is found in Australia, United States, British Columbia, Brazil, Mexico, India, Madagascar, Japan, New Zealand, and many other regions.


Rainforest Rhyolite

The unusual patterns in Rainforest Rhyolite make this stone quite eye-catching, coming in many earthy colors from yellows, greens, blues, browns, and rusty reds. Rainforest Rhyolite is considered a stone of protection and strength in the metaphysical world, helping the wearer with self-esteem and to focus on working through emotional issues. This multicolored stone is also said to aid in concentration and communication.

Rainforest Rhyolite is found in Australia and India.


Rock Quartz

The most common crystal on the planet, Quartz can be found in almost every color in the rainbow and can be transparent or opaque. Rock Quartz is often the more opaque form of the crystal, being known for its cleansing ability and aid in dispelling negative energy.

Rock Quartz is found worldwide near many different deposits of quartz.


Ruby

When someone mentions a red gemstone, Ruby is the first that comes to mind with its wide range of gorgeous pinks and elegant reds. Ruby is a precious gemstone that is known in the metaphysical world as a stone of passion, bliss, and a zest for life. This beauty encourages joy, spontaneity, laughter, and the courage to go out and live life with fiery passion. Ruby is revered as a stone of nobility and is usually nicknamed the queen of stones and the stone of kings.

Ruby is found in Burma, India, Tanzania, and Madagascar.


Ruby Fuchsite

Ruby Fuchsite is a lovely bold combination of natural red Ruby embedded in pale to forest green Fuchsite. This mixture is considered a powerful combination of the two stones' properties, creating a great energy to heal the heart in rough emotional times and remove blocks preventing loving energies. It is also said to be a very balancing stone that brings self awareness and noble love.

Ruby Fuchsite is found in Brazil, India, and Pakistan.


Ruby Zoisite

Containing the fiery colors of Ruby mixed into the earthy Zoisite is Ruby Zoisite, also called Anyolite. This combination of greens and reds is unmistakable and quite striking. Ruby Zoisite is believed to transmute negative energy into positive energy, enhance happiness, and energize the wearer. These effects are said to be the most effective towards those who land under the Zodiac signs Aquarius and Aries.

Ruby Zoisite is found in India and Tanzania.


Russian Amazonite

Amazonite captivates with many mystifying shades ranging from a smoky green all the way to a creamy blue. Russian Amazonite tends to be in the perfect middle of green-blue, but can be pale or dark in that coloration. This stone is said to ease aggravated situations and enhance love. 

Russian Amazonite is found in the United States, Brazil, Zimbabwe, Russia, Australia, and Namibia.


Rutile Quartz

The most common crystal on the planet, Quartz can be found in almost every color in the rainbow and can be transparent or opaque. Rutile Quartz is a type of quartz that holds needlelike rutile inside. The rutile needles can be reddish, golden, silvery, or in very rare occurrences, green. Rutile Quartz is reputed to be an energy stone, helping energy move on all levels and enhancing mental focus, love, and stabilize relationships. This crystal is said to be more effective for those who land under the Zodiac signs Leo, Taurus, and Gemini.

Rutile Quartz is found in Australia, Brazil, Kazakhstan, Madagascar, Norway, Pakistan, and United States.


Sardonyx

Created when sard forms between bands of onyx, Sardonyx is usually found in many shades of brown, but can also be pink, red, light green, and blue. This stone is believed to bring happiness and cooperation to marriage and partnerships. Friends and good fortune are easy to come by for those who wear Sardonyx as it is considered a protection stone in the metaphysical world. Sardonyx is said to be more effective for those who fall under the Zodiac Aries.

Sardonyx is found in Brazil, India, Germany, Uruguay, Russia, and United States.


Sapphire

Though when a blue gemstone is mentioned, many immediately think of Sapphire, this stone actually comes in virtually any color of the rainbow. Sapphire is known in the metaphysical world as the stone of leadership, wisdom, and royalty. This treasure is considered to hold the energies needed for protection, spiritual insight, and good fortune.

Sapphire is most notably found in Burma, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Kashmir, Thailand, Vietnam, and India.


Septarian

Also known as the Dragonstone, Septarian nodules are quite unique due to they way they formed as a result of a volcanic eruption that attracted dead sea life, chemically bonding them into the sediment and forming dark mud balls. This stone is distinctive in appearance with its yellow, brown and gray tones combined in large bands.

Septarian is believed to be a stone of confidence and grounding in the metaphysical world, enhancing patience, emotional flexibility, and tolerance. It is a stone to carry or wear if one wants to improve communication. Septarian is very effective for those who fall under the Zodiac sign of Taurus.

Septarian is found in Madagascar.


Seraphinite

Mint green mixing with graceful creams, Seraphinite is quite the refreshing stone to take in. The deep green color and silver markings are often said to resemble beautiful angel wings. Seraphinite is said to be helpful in sending unconditional love, wholeness, and cleansing energies. It is particularly powerful for those who fall under the Zodiac sign Sagittarius.

Seraphinite is found in the Lake Baikal in Russia.


Shell

Emerging from the sea floors around the world, Shells come in multiple colors and hold different metaphysical meanings for each shell from each creature in each location. Shells are broadly believed to stimulate intuition, imagination, and adaptability. Each different shell warps its own meaning into its own, though they all are simply beautiful and came from the long lives of creatures that once walked this earth with us.

Shells are found in oceans worldwide.


Smoky Quartz

The most common crystal on the planet, Quartz can be found in almost every color in the rainbow and can be transparent or opaque. Smoky Quartz is unique in part from the quartz family due to its variations of grays, browns, and blacks, as if someone had just blown smoke into the crystal as it formed.

The amazing shades this stone captures are truly grand and Smoky Quartz is often considered a crystal of personal pride, joy in living, and creativity in business. Smoky Quartz is one to carry if getting things done is important and is said to be more effective for those who land under the Zodiac signs Scorpio and Capricorn.

Smoky Quartz is found worldwide and most notably in Brazil and United States.


Snowflake Obsidian

Like small black holes, Obsidian is the stone that you think of when the color black is mentioned. This version of the natural volcanic glass is peppered with grays and whites that look eerily like snowflakes falling from the night sky.

Snowflake Obsidian is noted in the metaphysical world as the stone of purity, bringing balance, hope, and calm to the one who carries it. It's easy to see why with how the pattern can remind one of winter when young. This volcanic glass is said to be more powerful for those who land under the Zodiac sign of Virgo and Capricorn.

Snowflake Obsidian is found in Mexico.


Sodalite

A bubbly mix of blues, purples, yellows, and tans, Sodalite is a gorgeous mix that is sure to catch the eye from across the room. Considered the Stone of Inner Peace in the metaphysical world, Sodalite is said to bring a level head and truth to those who carry or wear the gemstone. It is more powerful for those who land under the Zodiac signs Sagittarius, Cancer, and Virgo.

Sodalite is found in Brazil.


Soocho Jade

Brilliant bright and neon greens are the trademark of Soocho Jade, named after the Chinese city Suzhou. This stone is a heat treated version of Serpentine, making the beautiful greens stand out more than usual. Soocho Jade is known in the metaphysical world as a stone that brings emotional cleansing while it attracts love and wealth to the wearer.

Soocho Jade is found and heat treated in New Zealand, China, Afghanistan, South Africa, United States, and England.


Spinel

Spinel lives up to its name, having many peaks in its forms much like the Latin word for Spine that its name comes from. This stone comes in all the colors of the rainbow and is often mistake for other more precious gemstones, such as Ruby and Sapphire. It is believed in the metaphysical world to bring high energy and prosperity to those who carry it. Spinel invokes vitality in any endeavor.

Spinel is found in Burma, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, and Madagascar.


Sponge Coral

All Coral start as organic in nature, forming beautiful structures and living outstanding lives in the vast oceans before reaching the use in a collection or project. Bright reddish oranges decorate the surface of sponge coral, which is true to its name with its tiny hole filled surface. The natural patterns of the colors across the coral tell the tale of the organic life it once lived. Sponge Coral is said to inspire creativity and warmth in the wearer.

Coral is found in the Mediterranean Sea, off the coast of Australia, the South Pacific, the waters around Japan, and Africa.


Sugilite

Recently discovered in 1944 by a Japanese Scientist named Dr. K Sugi, Sugilite comes in many elegant shades of purples and blacks. These colors often mix into patterns unique to each stone. Sugilite is the stone of Forgiveness and Acceptance, invoking wisdom and devotion in the wearer to aid in daily life. This stone also brings light and love into the darkest situations.

Sugilite is found in Japan and South Africa.


Tanzanite

Lilac blue to a bright lavender, Tanzanite is a clear gorgeous crystal that mimics the skies at twilight and dawn, just before the sunlight wakes the earth or lets it sleep.

Tanzanite is known as not only the Stone of Magic, but also the workaholic's stone. The reasons why are because it is thought that many who possess the trait of working themselves too hard are more attracted to the stone due to the calming and slowing properties of the stone. Tanzanite is more powerful for those who fall under the Zodiac signs Pisces and Cancer.

Tanzanite is found in Tanzania, Africa where it gets its namesake.


Tiger Eye

Mirroring the eye of a hunting Tiger, Tiger Eye is known for its striped shades of yellows, browns, and blacks. The bands of yellows stand stark against the blacks and browns, creating a fiery glow to the stone.

Tiger Eye is said to be a stone of willpower, confidence, and good fortune in the metaphysical world. With Tiger Eye, you'll always feel as tall and majestic as the Tiger in the wilds. The effects of Tiger Eye are said to come more powerful to those who fall under the Zodiac Capricorn.

Tiger Eye is found in South Africa, Brazil, India, Burma, Western Australia, and United States.


Tiger Iron

A burst of colors, Tiger Iron is comprised of Tiger's eye, Red Jasper, Hematite, Chet, Shale, and Algae. This stone carries all the best of the colors of the stones, creating a powerful energy of protection in the metaphysical world. Tiger Iron is said to strengthen the force of will and enhancing courage as well as magnifying passion and creativity.

Tiger Iron is found in Australia, Brazil, England, Mexico, and United States.


Tourmaline

Usually black, Tourmaline actually comes in a variety of colors from brown, violet, green, pink, or in a duel green-pink that is referred to as watermelon. The Egyptians even told a legend that Tourmaline rode a rainbow up to the surface from the earth's heart, giving the stone its many colors.

Each coloration comes with its own meaning, but the common general metaphysical prosperity of Tourmaline is usually one of happiness, flexibility, and understanding.

Tourmaline is found worldwide with some regions bringing their own uniquely mined type.


Tsavorite

Forest to neon greens, Tsavorite is a green variety of Grossularite Garnet that dazzles with its sparkle. Believed to be a stone of vitality and benevolence, Tsavorite brings energies that help one find inner beauty, compassion, and prosperity. It is a helpful stone for those in need of security.

Tsavorite is found in Tanzania, Madagascar, and Toliara.


Turquoise

Sacred to many cultures, Turquoise is prized for its intense colors that vary greatly from the softest of sky blues to the most mossy of greens, all depending on the quantities of iron and copper found in it. Turquoise is a persnickety and difficult stone as it needs the right type of minerals to be in just the right place at the right time for a long time, near millions of years, just to form.

Turquoise is revered as the Life stone in metaphysical lore, known to strengthen, cleanse, and bring affection to those who carried or wore it. It is even said to preserve friendships and slowly bring enemies around to your side in time.

Turquoise is found in places with dry climates around the world, most notably United States, Mexico, Iran, Chile, China, and Tibet.


Unakite

A beautiful mix between a pistachio green and salmon pink, Unakite is formed when feldspar, green epidote, and quartz bind together to create the soft peaches against the grassy green earth. This stone is also called epidote with feldspar, making its name translate into growing together with feldspar.

Unakite is known in the metaphysical world as the stone of personal growth, bringing abundant nurturing energy into the life of those who carry the stone with them. This stone is supposed to bring more powerful outcomes to those who fall under the Zodiac sign of Scorpio.

Unakite is found in United States, Switzerland, and South Africa.


Variscite

Traditionally named after the spring greens of festivals in Saxony, Variscite comes in shade of greens that would make the new grass and plants in the spring jealous. Variscite is believed to invoke hope and trust in the grand universe, enabling one to present the true self to the world with the courage that they need. This stone is said to be more powerful for those who fall under the Zodiac signs Scorpio, Taurus, and Gemini.

Variscite is found in Bolivia, Austria, Germany, the Czech Republic, Australia, and United States.


Wonderstone

Growing naturally with exquisite patterns of creams, yellows, pinks, and reds, Wonderstone is truly a wonder to behold. This ringed stone is believed to hold the energies of tranquility, creativity, and clarity with its soothing waves of color. This stone is sure to add some calming colors into your collection or project.

Wonderstone is found in United States.


Wood Jasper

Created over the course of millions of years, Wood Jasper is formed from the petrifaction of primeval trees and gigantic sequoias. This stone is believed to have once been a living breathing tree of the forests that was buried and fossilized under immense pressure to create the various browns and creams in this stone.

In the metaphysical world, this beautiful stone is known to help restore energy and calm the holder by bringing them closer to the earth.

Wood Jasper is found in Brazil, Australia, Canada, Africa, Germany, and United States.


Yellow Jade

When thinking of green gemstones, Jade is often the first thought of due to its extravagant range of the color. Yellow Jade dances away from that thought of greens and instead settles into a more yellow and gold undertone. This version of Jade dances with the energies of cheer and perkiness. It brings energy into the wearer, making them feel more at ease with tasks set before them.

Jade is found in United States, New Zealand, and South Korea.


Yellow Opal

Opal is formed from an ancient combination of silica and water, creating this soft stone millions of years ago just to come bring a little more color into your collection or project. Yellow Opal is a variation of color that comes in more muted gold and pastel yellows.

This form of Opal is believed to be a stone of emotional stability in the metaphysical world, amplifying positive emotions and balancing the inner self. The uplifting energy of Yellow Opal has a revitalizing effect and reinforces creative happy thought patterns. It is said to amplify its power even more for those who fall under the Zodiac signs of Cancer, Libra, Scorpio, and Pisces.

Yellow Opal can be found in Brazil, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Honduras, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, Peru, Russia, and United States.


Zebra Jasper

Striped with white and black as its name suggests, Zebra Jasper's marble pattern is all nature and quite beautiful for any animal lover. The creams, dark blacks, and occasional intrusion of blue, purple, pinks, or browns, are amazing in their striped patterns that form all naturally in this exotic stone.

Zebra Jasper is stated to be a motivational stone in the metaphysical world, bringing infinite energy and love into the wearer that simply doesn't have an end. This striped stone is also said to bring truth and light into a person's life, helping through dark times and moments of confusion. Like the swift wild horse its named after, this stone is able to open our eyes and show us how to live.

Zebra Jasper is found worldwide in many locations.

 

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