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Wholesale Tibetan Turquoise Treasures: Finest Selection for Retailers

Since over 1,000 BC, Tibetans and Nepalese cherished Tibetan Turquoise stone with distinctive blue-green hues, shades ranging from rich greenish blue to pale sky blue. This rare stone is found in the Tibetan Plateau and is named Tibetan Turquoise. I...

elencopper · 3 days ago · 1

Zodiac Insights: Exploring Bloodstone's Relationship with Astrological Signs

We will investigate the fascinating connection between crystal gazing and zodiac signs. Today, we will concentrate on Bloodstone, a durable and essential gemstone known for its extraordinary recuperating properties and capacity to advance the wearer...

elencopper · 4 days ago · 1

How to Incorporate Lemon Quartz into Your Jewelry Collection?

If you want an astounding and elegant gemstone to add to your Jewelry collection, look no further than Lemon Quartz. The stunning semi-precious stone comes from the quartz family and comes in many colors and varieties. In the world of gemstones, Lem...

elencopper · 5 days ago · 1

Wholesale Sterling Stalactite: Premium-Quality Jewelry for Retailers

Sterling Stalactite is a beautiful gemstone that charms Jewelry lovers and gemstone enthusiasts worldwide with its vibrant colors and unique patterns. It is an alluring gemstone with captivating purplish colors and ring patterns, sufficient to steal...

elencopper · 6 days ago · 1

The Magic of Rosita Jasper: A Complete Guide

The beautiful Rosita Jasper gemstone is an opaque variety of silica belonging to the chalcedony family. It is a perfect blend of micro granular quartz, chalcedony, and other mineral phases, highly preferred for vases, seals, and ornaments. The stone's wide range of vivid colors and shades, vitreous greasy luster, and sparkling shine have made peo...

elencopper · 1 week ago · 1

The Magic of Rosita Jasper: A Complete Guide

The beautiful Rosita Jasper gemstone is an opaque variety of silica belonging to the chalcedony family. It is a perfect blend of micro granular quartz, chalcedony, and other mineral phases, highly preferred for vases, seals, and ornaments. The stone's wide range of vivid colors and shades, vitreous greasy luster, and sparkling shine have made peop...

elencopper · 1 week ago · 1

The Magic of Rosita Jasper: A Complete Guide

The beautiful Rosita Jasper gemstone is an opaque variety of silica belonging to the chalcedony family. It is a perfect blend of micro granular quartz, chalcedony, and other mineral phases, highly preferred for vases, seals, and ornaments. The stone's wide range of vivid colors and shades, vitreous greasy luster, and sparkling shine have made peo...

elencopper · 1 week ago · 1

Is Mookaite The Right Choice for You?

Mookaite, commonly known as Mookaite Jasper, is a highly vibrational and powerful healing stone from a single place in the world—the Kennedy Ranges of Western Australia. Therefore, the stone is sometimes called an Australian Jasper from Mooka...

elencopper · 1 week ago · 1

The Benefits of Nanosital: A Comprehensive Guide

As mentioned above, Nanosital gems are artificially created in the lab by infusing glass with synthetic minerals. These synthetic gems have been around for more than 50 years. Whether you wear a stylish Nanosital pendant, small Nanosital earrings, o...

elencopper · 1 week ago · 1

Benefits Beyond Measure: Apache Gold Revealed

Apache gold is a newly found gemstone that has an unusual composition in addition to its distinctive look.  The stone is made of a unique combination of magnetite and pyrite that was discovered in the Arizona desert not too long ago. This stunni...

elencopper · 1 week ago · 1

The Meaning Behind Amethyst Lace Agate: Unraveling Its Mysteries

The chalcedony group of stones, which is thereafter a part of the quartz family, includes amethyst lace agate. Amethyst Lace Agate is an exquisite multicolored gemstone consisting of powerful gemstones such as agate and amethyst.This stone combines...

elencopper · 1 week ago · 1

The Enigmatic History of Boulder Opal: Unveiling Nature's Artistry

The Boulder Opal which is often referred to as the Matrix Opalis is an alluring gemstone. Its origin, since it is discovered embedded in ironstone boulders, gives it its name. The reason matrix opal gets its name is that it fills in the fissures and...

elencopper · 2 weeks ago · 1

The Emotional Impact of Lodalite Rings: Colors and Their Meanings

Did you know that Lodalite Rings can affect a wearer's emotions and their distinctive and captivating appearance? These rings' hues and designs are thought to represent particular energies and meanings that have an impact on our feelings and general...

elencopper · 2 weeks ago · 1

Fascinating Facts About Ammolite: Nature's Kaleidoscope

For millennia, humans have valued Ammolite's mysterious properties. This enchanted stone has iridescent shades of vivid red, orange, blue, and purple. It displays the exquisite play of light that is mesmerising for the viewers. Ammolite is prized fo...

elencopper · 31 May · 1

Coconut Geode: Unveiling the Hidden Uses of Nature's Treasure

White geode gemstones, such as coconut geode, can be found in sedimentary and volcanic rocks. With a long history, the captivating Coconut Geode has been used for jewelry as well as décor. Both the stone's beauty and the many advantages it has...

elencopper · 29 May · 1

What Is The Difference Between Rough Stone and Tumbled Crystals?

Next time you go out looking for a crystal at a Crystal Shop, try to observe its design, specifically the cut and shape of the stone. Notice if the stone is perfectly smooth and molded into a specific design, or is it rough, shapeless, and raw? This...

elencopper · 09 May · 1