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Gems in their natural state as minerals before being cut into precious gemstones for jewelry.

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Diamond: Mineral information, data and localities.

Diamond - South Africa Size: 4 mm

Diamond carat cuttable F-color octahedral crystal) Udachnaya Mine, Republic of Sakha, Siberia, Russia x x

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An octahedron crystal, the natural habit of diamond rough. Notice the triangular growth marks called trigons. From the Oppenheimer Collection at GIA Carlsbad. Photo by Monte Stern.

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Aquamarine Crystal Spray from Skardu, Baltistan, Northern Areas, Pakistan

Aquamarine Crystal Spray

Pseudobrookite - La Aljorra Mine, Cartagena, Murcia, Spain micro photo by Christian Rewitzer. Via Rodney / Mineral Friends

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Tourmaline promotes joy, peace, friendship and spirituality while allowing the wearer to trust in the power of love. Tourmaline encourages playfulness, fun and laughter in the wearer. Tourmaline al.

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Photograph of calcite spires (NMNH from the National Mineral Collection

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Calcite - Mineral Gallery - Smithsonian Institution

Creedite with Pyrite from the National Mineral Collection. Creedite is a sulfate & halide mineral

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Creedite with Pyrite - Mineral Gallery - Smithsonian Institution

Diamond - Search Results - Smithsonian Institution

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Diamond - Mineral Gallery - Smithsonian Institution

Photograph of fluorite on calcite from the National Mineral Collection. Photo by Chip Clark

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Fluorite - Mineral Gallery - Smithsonian Institution

Emerald (beryl) was found at the Hiddenite and Emerald mine, near Stony Point, Alexander County, North Carolina in It measures 11 cm (abt inches) in length and one of the finest emerald speimens ever found in North America

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Emerald - Mineral Gallery - Smithsonian Institution

Elbaite - a member of the tourmaline family which encompasses eleven minerals - each has a ring arrangement of silicon, boron, and oxygen. This blue indicolite elbaite is from Minas Gerais, Brazil, the main source of fine tourmaline crystals.

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Elbaite with Cookeite - Mineral Gallery - Smithsonian Institution

Elbaite Tourmaline from the National Mineral Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

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Elbaite - Mineral Gallery - Smithsonian Institution

A specimen of gold from the United States. Part of the National Mineral Collection.

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Gold - Mineral Gallery - Smithsonian Institution

Photograph of gold with surface crystals from the National Mineral Collection

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Gold - Mineral Gallery - Smithsonian Institution