Cancer Birthstones

Yellow Sapphire

Yellow Sapphire

Yellow Sapphire is a type of Corundum, an aluminum oxide mineral containing trace amounts of iron that gives it its pale yellow to lemon yellow color tones. Other forms of corundum stones include ...

Blue Sapphire

Blue Sapphire

Blue Sapphire is a form of Corundum, an aluminum oxide. The blue variety contains iron and titanium, the violet form of vanadium. The red-colored form is known as Ruby. The frequency of Blue ...

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 ...

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 ...

Black Moonstone Meaning and Properties

Black Moonstone Meaning and Properties

Moonstone is typically a form of feldspar. Black moonstone is a silicate gemstone and is famous for its shimmering effect when moved. This effect is also visible when the source of light moves from ...

Star Sapphire

Star Sapphire

Star Sapphires are exquisite and very attractive gemstones. They are very popular and can be extremely expensive. However, since they are formed from the mineral Corundum, they are relatively ...

Sapphire

Sapphire

If you are looking for a gemstone with attractive hues and lots of fire, look into Sapphires. Sapphires are mainly known for their gorgeous blues, but they come in an assortment of beautiful ...

Ruby

Ruby

Ruby is a red form of Corundum, an aluminum oxide with chromium producing intense red coloration. It is related to the blue form of Corundum Blue Sapphire. It wasn’t known until the early ...

Emerald

Emerald

Emerald is a green form of Beryl, a beryllium aluminum silicate pigmented with chrome and or vanadium. A paler blue/green form of Beryl is Aquamarine. Beryl includes trace elements of beryllium, a ...

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