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Shungite
Shungite

Shungite is a black, lustrous, non-crystalline mineraloid consisting of more than 98 weight percent of carbon. It was first described from a deposit near Shunga village, in Karelia, Russia, from where it gets its name. Shungite has been reported to contain trace amounts of fullness

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Diamond
Diamond

The Diamond, in its rarity and beauty, is a symbol of purity and innocence, of love and fidelity, and embraces strength of character, ethics, and faithfulness to oneself and others. It is indicative of the loving and open nature with which one came into the physical realm, and encourages the aspect of truth and trust.

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Peridot
Peridot

For Prosperity And Happiness! Peridot gemstones have been in use for many thousands of years, and were historically called Olivine. The vibration of these lovely lime green stones resonates with the frequency of increase, so it is a noteworthy gemstone for manifestation of all desired things.

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Turquoise
Turquoise

Turquoise can improve the mental state overall by increasing all of the following positive mental characteristics: serenity, creativity, empathy, positive thinking, sensitivity, intuition, happiness wisdom all of which result in a calmer state that leads to greater self-realization.

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Howlite
Howlite

It is often artificially dyed blue or green to resemble turquoise, or red to resemble coral. Howlite is a super-calming stone and many people use it to relieve stress of all kinds. It makes an excellent antidote to insomnia reduces anxiety, tensions, stress and anger.

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Agate
Agate

Agate is a stone of strength and courage; it tones and strengthens the mind & body, grounding and stabilising emotions and physical energy. ... Its healing and cleansing qualities eliminate negative energy, soothing and calming the mind, body & spirit.

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Chrome Russian Diopside
Chrome Russian Diopside

Chrome diopside is a chromium-rich, transparent to translucent variety of gemstone-quality calcium magnesium silicate. It is one of the rarer varieties of diopside and belongs to the pyroxene family of minerals. Chrome diopside is an officially recognized variety of diopside and one of the newest gems on the market today.

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Black Spinel
Black Spinel

Black Spinel gemstone has a powerful energy in it. It is highly evaluated among healers around the world. Black Spinel is said to solve all the root causes of all the physical, emotional and spiritual imbalances. The meaning of Black Spinel is to clear out problems and to return to original state.

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Smoky Quartz
Smoky Quartz

It gently neutralises negative vibrations and is detoxifying on all levels, prompting elimination of the digestive system and protecting against radiation and electromagnetic smog. Smokey Quartz disperses fear, lifts depression and negativity. It brings emotional calmness, relieving stress and anxiety.

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Kyanite
Kyanite

Kyanite is a typically blue aluminosilicate mineral, found in aluminium-rich metamorphic pegmatites and sedimentary rock. It is the high pressure polymorph of andalusite and sillimanite, and the presence of kyanite in metamorphic rocks generally indicates metamorphism deep in the Earth's crust.

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Jade
Jade

Two different gem materials can correctly be called jade. Jadeite is one of them, and the other is nephrite. The traditional jade flat disc with a hole in the middle, known as a “bi,” symbolizes heaven. The character for jade is one of the oldest in written Chinese, dating to 2950 BC.

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CZ Stone
CZ Stone

Cubic zirconia is the cubic crystalline form of zirconium dioxide. The synthesized material is hard and usually colorless, but may be made in a variety of different colors. It should not be confused with zircon, which is a zirconium silicate. It is sometimes erroneously called cubic zirconium.

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Hematite
Hematite

Hematite is well-loved for being a stone of grounding that also provides protection. It’s known for being black in color and having a beautiful metallic shine to it. However, it is actually blood red in color due to the high iron content in the stone. This crystal is an extremely strong stone and very durable. The structure of the stone is heavy and dense. It’s most commonly found in South Africa and in Brazil. However, it can also be found in the mountains of Switzerland and Lake Superior.

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Ethiopian Opal Welo
Ethiopian Opal Welo

While these unique types of opal can be found in Ethiopia, they are incredibly rare. The majority of precious Welo opal is light yellow, white, or translucent - body colors that showcase a vibrant rainbow effect created by the interplay of light. Generally, natural Ethiopian Opal with transparent color and evenly distributed rainbow color flashes is counted as the best quality Ethiopian Opal.

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Grandidierite
Grandidierite

Grandidierite is a very rare mineral that was first discovered in southern Madagascar in the early 20th century. Gemologically, grandidierite is a magnesium aluminum borosilicate. It has a hardness of 7 to 7.5 on the Mohs scale,

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Lapis Lazuli
Lapis Lazuli

Lapis lazuli, or lapis for short, is a deep-blue metamorphic rock used as a semi-precious stone that has been prized since antiquity for its intense color.

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Mossanite
Mossanite

Moissanite is naturally occurring silicon carbide and its various crystalline polymorphs. It has the chemical formula SiC and is a rare mineral, discovered by the French chemist Henri Moissan in 1893.

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Taaffeite Stone
Taaffeite Stone

Taaffeite is a mineral, named after its discoverer Richard Taaffe who found the first sample, a cut and polished gem, in October 1945 in a jeweler's shop in Dublin, Ireland. As such, it is the only gemstone to have been initially identified from a faceted stone.

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