The precious genuine green color emerald is natural healing mineral gemstone representing the positive powers of Mercury according to Vedic Astrology.Emerald Gemstone strengthens Mercury. Emerald gem stone increases reasoning power and it is the gemstone for knowledge
Natural Moonstone as the name indicates is representation of the Moon. It is a semiprecious mineral stone normally found as a translucent creamy white color stone with a glow like that of the Moon and can be worn instead of Pearls. Genuine Moonstone is also considered healing gemstone and as the gem of love and new beginnings and said to have a sensual and seductive aura. It helps to have a new love in life or have a good relationship with your partner. Gifting this stone to a loved one is said to strengthen the bond and bring in harmony between.
Jasper is natural semi-precious mineral genuine Gemstone Meanings Aid Chakra Balancing: Directory of Ancient Spiritual Gemstone Healing Remedies and Crystal Power Stones. It comes under different colors and varieties of names.
Natural Tourmaline gemstone is one of the most varied and complex semi-precious gemstones found on earth. Genuine Tourmaline is extremely attractive and usually has fine attributes for high quality jewelry grade stones, these gemstones mineral usually consist of at least dozen or more elements that all work in concert to create the beautiful hues that Tourmaline can come in. The colors that are available for Tourmaline range the color spectrum and include pink, red, brown, blue,green, yellow, etc.
The healing properties of Tourmaline is especially useful for aiding children in learning to walk. It will protect them from falling, which also makes it an excellent gemstone for elderly people.
Natural Rutilated quartzsemi-precious gemstone is an interesting type of quartz with rutile inclusions. Rutile golden and black color needles in the quartz gem stone can be oriented in one direction like a bunch, you can also find rutilated quartz gems where the fine rutile needles are randomly spread through the gem stone.
Rutile needles are healing minerals composed of titanium dioxide which crystallize and are imbedded into quartz to form rutilated quartz semi-precious beads gemstones, Wonder of nature, quartz accommodated various inclusions during its formation, rutile needles
Natural Rose Quartz semi-precious gemstone mineral is a member of the Quartz family. This genuine gemstone is the Birthstone of January. This stone is found in various shades of pink to rosy red. This stone is also referred to as Pink Quartz and Rosy Quartz. Rose Quartz is a healing gemstone and is used to make jewelry, idols, spheres, pyramids, figurines and statues.
Fluorite is naturalsemi-precious blue and green color healing gemstone mineral contains Fluorite crystallography.
Genuine Fluorite is a crystal which relates to mental development and balance.Fluorite Gemstone Meanings Aid Chakra Balancing: Directory of Ancient Spiritual Gemstone Healing
Fluorite is found as a common gangue mineral in hydrothermal veins, especially those containing lead and zinc minerals. It is also found in some greisens, granites, pegmatites and high-temperature veins, and as a component of some marbles and other metamorphic rocks.
A gemstone or gem (also called a precious or semi-precious
stone, or jewel) is a piece of mineral, which,
in cut and polished form, is used to make jewelry
or other adornments. However certain rocks, (such
as lapis lazuli) and organic materials (such as
amber or jet) are not minerals, but are still
used for jewelry, and are therefore often considered
to be gemstones as well. Most gemstones
are hard, but some soft minerals are used in jewelry
because of their lustre or other physical properties
that have aesthetic value. Rarity is another characteristic
that lends value to a gemstone. Apart from jewelry,
from earliest antiquity until the 19th century
engraved gems andhardstone carvings such as cups
were major luxury art forms; the carvings of Carl
Faberg? were the last significant works in this
tradition. Cutting and polishing
A few gemstones are used as gems in the crystal
or other form in which they are found. Most however,
are cut and polished for usage as jewelry. The
picture to the left is of a rural, commercial
cutting operation in Thailand. This small factory
cuts thousands of carats of sapphire annually.
The two main classifications are stones cut as
smooth, dome shaped stones called cabochons, and
stones which are cut with a faceting machine by
polishing small flat windows called facets at
regular intervals at exact angles.
Stones which are opaque such as opal, turquoise,
variscite, etc. are commonly cut as cabochons.
These gems are designed to show the stone's color
or surface properties as in opal and star sapphires.
Grinding wheels and polishing agents are used
to grind, shape and polish the smooth dome shape
of the stones. Gems
which are transparent are normally faceted, a
method which shows the optical properties of the
stone's interior to its best advantage by maximizing
reflected light which is perceived by the viewer
as sparkle. There are many commonly used shapes
for faceted stones. The facets must be cut at
the proper angles, which varies depending on the
optical properties of the gem. If the angles are
too steep or too shallow, the light will pass
through and not be reflected back toward the viewer.
The faceting machine is used to hold the stone
onto a flat lap for cutting and polishing the
flat facets. Rarely, some cutters use special
curved laps to cut and polish curved facets. Gemstone color
Color is the most obvious and attractive feature
The color of any material is due to the nature
of light itself. Daylight, often called white
light, is actually a mixture of different colors
of light. When light passes through a material,
some of the light may be absorbed, while the rest
passes through. The part that is not absorbed
reaches the eye as white light minus the absorbed
colors. A ruby appears red because it absorbs
all the other colors of white light (blue, yellow,
green, etc.) except red.
The same material can exhibit different colors.
For example ruby and sapphire have the same chemical
composition (both are corundum) but exhibit different
colors. Even the same gemstone can occur in many
different colors: sapphires show different shades
of blue and pink and "fancy sapphires"
exhibit a whole range of other colors from yellow
to orange-pink, the latter called "Padparadscha
This difference in color is based on the atomic
structure of the stone. Although the different
stones formally have the same chemical composition,
they are not exactly the same. Every now and then
an atom is replaced by a completely different
atom (and this could be as few as one in a million
atoms). These so called impurities are sufficient
to absorb certain colors and leave the other colors
For example, beryl, which is colorless in its
pure mineral form, becomes emerald with chromium
impurities. If you add manganese instead of chromium,
beryl becomes pink morganite. With iron, it becomes
Some gemstone treatments make use of the fact
that these impurities can be "manipulated",
thus changing the color of the gem.
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