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Multi-Star Quartz

Don´t know how to pay for it,, I buy it, no mather what, I´ll sell a kidney or both ;) Stargazing for gem lovers.a sensational multi-star quartz photographed by Tino Hammid and featured in The Handbook of Gemmology.

Black star sapphire

Black star sapphire--Think this is the crystal in the pin you showed me. (There is also a blue star sapphire which was the only one I had seen before).

Trapiche Emeralds found in Colombia, are distinguished by the six-pointed radial pattern that is caused by carbon impurities. #Gemstones #Emerald www.ArtisanJewelers.biz #Sarasota

Colombian Trapiche Emerald - six-pointed radial pattern caused by carbon impurities

Fine, Large Andamooka Matrix Opal, Andamooka, South Australia, Australia | A fine quality ex of treated Andamooka matrix opal sure to appeal to the knowledgeable collector. This large oval cab displays a rich overall pattern of electric blue & vivid green play-of-color within the black matrix.

Fine, Large Andamooka Matrix Opal Andamooka, South Australia, Australia This large oval cabochon displays a rich overall pattern of electric blue and vivid green play-of-color within the black matrix. Weighing approximately carats and measuring x x

Exceptional Gem Rhodolite Garnet

Exceptional Gem Rhodolite Garnet East Africa This color of garnet derives its name from rhododendron colored garnets first discovered in North Carolina in the late Though the present gem is from more recent discoveries in Tanzania, rhodolite garn

Black opal from Lightning Ridge, Australia. I would love to make a pendant necklace with this.

Hybrid Booster Pack

An carat Black Opal purchased by Richard Krementz in Lightning Ridge, Australia. Courtesy of Richard Krementz Gemstones. Photo by Robert Weldon/GIA (Gemological Institute of America) via Dieter Rosenkranz

Star sapphire.   Love the shade of blue.

A blue-green Montana - star sapphire. Wouldn't two of those make the most remarkable dangle earrings! To see the star flittering about inside as the earrings moved with every movement of the head?

Star Sapphire: Museum of Natural History, Washington D.C.

Star Sapphire: Museum of Natural History, Washington D. The star is caused by natural inclusions that distort the light

CERTIFIED - 21.58 Carat Star Sapphire - Excellent Asterism

CERTIFIED - 21.58 Carat Star Sapphire - Excellent Asterism