* Rhodolite >

Rhodolite describes a rose-red form of garnet  that has a lighter color  and more purplish color than typical Garnet gemstones. It is usually an variety between the pyrope and almandine series. It is often regarded as a variety of pyrope.Rhodolite is used in all forms of jewelry, especially rings, earrings, and pendants.

* Rhodonite >

Rhodonite is a pink gemstone that is relatively inexpensive on the gem market. It often has imperfections of black manganese oxide dendrite veins running through it, creating interesting formations. Sources of gem Rhodonite are Russia, Australia, Japan, Madagascar, Sweden, Brazil, and Peru. Rhodonite also comes from the U.S. at New Jersey and Massachusetts.

* Rose Quartz >

Rose quartz is the lovely pink colored variety of the mineral Quartz.  It’s color usually ranges from light to medium light pink. Rose quartz is a common gemstone and can be found in many places around the world.  The main source of rose quartz is in Brazil, however deposits can also be found in Madagascar, South Africa, Mozambique, India, and the United States (Maine and South Dakota).


* Ruby >

Ruby is the red variety of the mineral Corundum. Ruby is known for it’s beautiful red color

* Rutilated Quartz >

Rutilated Quartz is a transparent Quartz with golden yellow Rutile inclusions that are in hairlike growths. The Rutile inclusions range from thin, sparse, and parallel, to thick, dense, and crisscrossed, and everything in-between. Each Rutilated Quartz gemstone is unique in its pattern of Rutile inclusions. Rutilated quartz is one of the only gemstones that is desireable, because of it’s inclusions, and is very affordable on the gemstone market.

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