June Birthstones
  • Modern June Birthstones: Pearl, Moonstone
  • Alternate-US June Birthstone: Alexandrite
  • Traditional June Birthstones: Cat’s eye, Turquoise, Agate, Alexandrite
  • Ancient June Birthstones: Emerald, Agate, Chalcedony, Pearl
  • Tibetan June Birthstone: Moonstone

Rainbow Moonstone

Rainbow Moonstone

Rainbow Moonstone is a type of Feldspar, white to off-white, often tinged with an iridescent blue hue, and which shows a beautiful rainbow effect when caught in certain light. The frequency of ...

Purple Chalcedony

Purple Chalcedony

Purple Chalcedony which is found in the botryoidal form is often referred to as Purple ‘Grape’ Chalcedony, or Purple ‘Grape Agate’ and is from Indonesia. Chalcedony is a silicon dioxide mineral that ...

Pink Chalcedony

Pink Chalcedony

Pink Chalcedony is a cryptocrystalline variety of Quartz, a silicon dioxide mineral that is composed of sub-microscopic particles of Quartz that are arranged in fibrous layers as opposed to the ...

Blue Chalcedony

Blue Chalcedony

Blue Chalcedony is a silicon dioxide mineral that is composed of sub-microscopic particles of Quartz, and silicon dioxide. The Quartz is arranged in fibrous layers as opposed to the “grain-like” ...

Black Chalcedony

Black Chalcedony

Black Chalcedony is a form of Chalcedony a cryptocrystalline variety of Quartz, a silicon dioxide mineral, that is composed of sub-microscopic particles of Quartz and can be translucent to opaque in ...

Turritella Agate

Turritella Agate

Turritella Agate is a type of Chalcedony-rich sedimentary rock from Wyoming USA. It is characterized by the distinct snail shell-like creamy-colored markings within a mainly dark brown /black base. ...

Snakeskin Agate

Snakeskin Agate

Snakeskin Agate is the name given to a pale creamy yellow/beige, semi-translucent variety of Agate, a form of Chalcedony (silicon dioxide) from India. It is characterized by external, surface-crazed ...

Blue Lace Agate

Blue Lace Agate

Blue Lace Agate is a type of Chalcedony with pale blue and white banding forming the characteristic and often intricate lacy patterns. The frequency of Blue Lace Agate is connected to the throat ...

Fire Agate

Fire Agate

Fire Agate is a rich, vibrant, “fiery” deep red/brown colored form of Chalcedony with iridescent “flashes” of orange, yellow, red, green, and gold caused by light interference on thin regularly ...

Montana Agate

Montana Agate

Montana Agate is a variety of Agate, a form of Chalcedony, from Montana in the United States of America. It can be either transparent or translucent with inclusions of minerals iron oxide (red ...

Moss Agate

Moss Agate

Moss Agate (green Agate) is a form of Chalcedony with green dendritic inclusions and markings caused by the inclusions of iron and manganese oxides, technically not true Agates. There are blue and ...

Sieber Agate

Sieber Agate

Sieber Agate is not a natural form of Agate but a vitreous by-product of copper smelting. It is characterized by swirls of pale grey-green/blue within a deeper blue/grey base, which is reminiscent ...

Green Moonstone Meaning and Properties

Green Moonstone Meaning and Properties

Moonstone is a fascinating and mystical gemstone that has been revered for centuries. It comprises two feldspar minerals, orthoclase, and albite, which are initially intermingled. As the mineral ...

Blue Moonstone Meaning and Properties

Blue Moonstone Meaning and Properties

Blue Moonstone History & Overview Blue moonstone, called Cat's eye, is a feldspar made from sodium potassium aluminum silicate. The gemstone's beautiful blue sheen is one of its most ...

Yellow Agate Meaning and Properties

Yellow Agate Meaning and Properties

Do you want to boost your willpower, memory, and concentration? Or do you suffer from digestive disorders, like slow metabolism and food allergies? Then you should consider having yellow Agate. ...

Brown Agate Meaning and Properties

Brown Agate Meaning and Properties

Agate was the earliest gemstone ever recorded in an old text, dating back at least 3500 years. The Egyptians collected colorful agates from the Achates River on the Mediterranean island ...

Orange Agate Meaning and Properties

Orange Agate Meaning and Properties

Man has been using agate for the longest time as jewelry. The antiquity of this gemstone was highly valued back in the day. Agate is among the first gemstones that were recorded in ancient ...

White Agate Meaning and Properties

White Agate Meaning and Properties

Are you looking to have peace and connection? Then White Agate should be your companion. It is considered a crystal of balance and release. Those seeking to improve intuition could see many ...

Druzy Agate Meaning and Properties

Druzy Agate Meaning and Properties

What is Druzy, and How Does it Form? Druzy is also known as druse or drusy, and it refers to a mass of tiny crystals joined together. These crystal clusters could be a collection of ...

Blue Agate Meaning and Properties

Blue Agate Meaning and Properties

Agate acquired its name from a river in Sicily known as Achates River. That is where a Greek naturalist discovered the stone around 400 and 300 B.C. Agate is grey in its natural environment, ...

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