Vivianite

Vivianite is a talisman that relieves its owner from excessive solar energy.

Vivianite was named after the English mineralogist John Henry Vivian, who was the first to discover the gem. Other names of the mineral include mullicite and glaucosiderite. The coloring of the mineral can be blue or bluish-green. The colorless stones sometimes occur as well. Vivianite darkens if exposed to sunlight and can turn almost black. […]

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Verdelite

Verdelite is a talisman of all those of nature related activities.

The name of verdelite derives from the Italian word verde meaning green and the Greek word lithos meaning stone. Other names of the mineral and its variations are Brazilian emerald and     siberite. Verdelite is one of the varieties of tourmaline. The mineral is colored in green with hues varying from grass green to dark […]

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Dumortierite

dumortierite helps its owner move up the career ladder

Dumortierite was named after the French paleontologist Eugène Dumortier who first found this mineral. Dumortierite is a borosilicate. The colouring of the mineral can be blue, pinkish, or brown. It is characterized with vitreous luster. The hardness of the gem is 6.5-7.0; its density is 3.3-3.4 g/cm3. The main deposits are located in Italy, Norway, […]

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Stibnite

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Stibnite Jewelry and its Pricing: Stibnite is used as ore in the production of antimony, which is an essential compound of terne used in bearings, printing types and accumulator cells. In the East stibnite was used to make phials back in 3000 BC. In Ancient Egypt powdered stibnite was used by pharaohs, priests and slave […]

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