Crystals & Gemstones

Zincite

Zincite

Zincite is a zinc oxide mineral, rare in its natural form, but is often "grown" artificially as the by-product of Zinc smelting. The color range is dark red/orange, yellow, yellow/green. Natural ...

Zebra Stone

Zebra Stone

Zebra Stone is the name given to a form of Argillite from Western Australia. It is a sedimentary stone formed over 600 million years ago. Deposits of detrital clay, Quartz, and Iron Oxide (Hematite) ...

Z Stones

Z Stones

Z Stone or Z Stones, is the name given to the dark grey/black concretions found in the Sahara desert. The frequency of Z Stones connects to the third eye and crown chakras. They stimulate these ...

Vivianite

Vivianite

Vivianite is a hydrated iron phosphate mineral, sometimes with trace manganese, magnesium, and calcium. Colorless but quickly oxidizes to a characteristic deep blue and blue/green coloration. The ...

Violan

Violan

Violan also known as Violane is a fairly rare purple, manganese-rich variety of Diopside, a calcium, magnesium silicate mineral. The color range is blue/purple to red/purple or violet. The ...

Vanadinite

Vanadinite

Vanadinite is a lead chlorovandate mineral that usually forms as hexagonal-shaped crystals. The color range is red, red/orange brick red/brown. The frequency of Vanadinite connects to the base, ...

Ussingite

Ussingite

Ussingite is a rare sodium aluminum silicate mineral found in Greenland, Canada, and Russia. The color range of Ussingite is pale pink, pink/mauve, to pink/beige often with black or brown ...

Ulexite

Ulexite

Ulexite is a sodium calcite borate mineral, either white or colorless, and displays a unique "fiber optic" effect when sliced. It is also known as TV stone. The frequency of Ulexite connects to ...

Smokey Gold Aura

Smokey Gold Aura

Smokey Gold Aura is an enhanced form of Quartz, that has undergone a special treatment process whereby the surface of the Quartz has been bonded with vaporized gold, indium, and trace metals. This ...

Smithsonite

Smithsonite

Smithsonite is a zinc carbonate mineral in a range of colors, pink, purple, blue, green, yellow, and white/grey and brown. The botroydal form is very similar in appearance to Hemimorphite. The ...

Silver Aura Quartz

Silver Aura Quartz

Silver Aura Quartz is another addition to the ever-increasing range of Aura Quartz. As the name implies it has a solid silver-colored metallic sheen and it is highly likely that the bonded metal is ...

Sillimanite

Sillimanite

Sillimanite is an aluminum silicate mineral named after American geologist Benjamin Silliman. It is also known as Fibrolite. It is off-white/grey colored with a silky fibrous striated growth habit. ...

Shungite

Shungite

Shungite is a non-crystalline form of carbon, the internal structure being composed of the truncated icosahedron-shaped Fullerene. It is from the Karelia region of northern Russia and has a ...

Shiva Lingam

Shiva Lingam

Shiva Lingam is composed of a silicon dioxide mineral, cryptocrystalline Quartz with impurities. They originate at the holy site of the Narmada river at Onkar Mandhata in western India. They are ...

Serpentine

Serpentine

Serpentine is the name given to a group of magnesium silicate minerals that are mainly green in color although other colors can occur. This color variation can be seen in such crystals as Lizardite ...

Seriphos

Seriphos

Seriphos Green Quartz is a silicon dioxide mineral, the leaf-green color produced by the inclusion of the fibrous mineral Hedenbergite. The color ranges from pale sage green to a deeper green and ...

Septarian

Septarian

Septarian is the name given to a concretion stone composed of sedimentary rock and Calcite and is usually found as ovoid or spherical nodules. "Concretion" is derived from two Latin words "con" ...

Sunset Gold Selenite

Sunset Gold Selenite

Sunset Gold Selenite is a newly discovered type of amber-colored Selenite from the southwestern region of the United States of America. The frequency of Sunset Gold Selenite connects to the solar ...

Desert Rose Selenite

Desert Rose Selenite

Desert Rose Selenite is hydrous calcium sulfate and a form of Selenite or Gypsum. It has curved plates of beige and white Selenite that are interwoven to produce the characteristic and intricate ...

Selenite

Selenite

Selenite is hydrous calcium sulfate and is a form of Gypsum being relatively clear or white. The fibrous striations allow light to "shimmer" over its surface producing the characteristic appearance. ...

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