Chrysoprase is a variety of Chalcedony, that form in a light green to dark apple green color. Impurities of Nickel give the gemstone its rich color. The lighter colored stones are much more coveted than the darker specimens.
* Citrine >
Citrine is a yellow to orange variety of quartz. The word Citrine comes from the citron fruit
* Coral >
Coral is a unique gemstone. Rather than having a mineral origin, Coral is organic and made from living organisms. Coral is essentially the skeletal remains of coral polyps after they die. Normally found white in color, Coral can also be formed in red, orange, pink, grey, and black. The most popular forms being orange to red. Varieties of Coral include, Black Coral, Red Coral, and Precious Coral. Coral can only be found in tropical to sub tropical saltwater.
* Danburite >
Danburite is not used on the mainstream market
* Diamond >
Diamond is the most famous, and prized of all the gemstones. Known for being the hardest substance on Earth, it’s shimmering appearance and durability make it the most sought after gemstone. The majority of Diamonds on the market are colorless, however colored varieties known as “fancies” can be extremely rare and valuable. Other colors include blue, red, green orange, yellow, brown, pink, purple, grey and black. Varieties of Diamond include, Black Diamond, Bort, Canary Diamond, and Fancy. Diamond is the birthstone for April.
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