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Citrine Stone Information — Meaning, History, Properties, and Value

Citrine Stone Information — Meaning, History, Properties, and Value

Ready to learn about the Citrine stone? This bright crystal radiates light and sunshine. Learn about the stone’s meaning and uses in this complete guide!
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  • 12th May 2021
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Beryl Stone Buyer’s Guide — Meanings, Properties, History, Benefits, & More!

Beryl Stone Buyer’s Guide — Meanings, Properties, History, Benefits, & More!

The beryl stone is a mineral family of gems, including emeralds, aquamarines, morganites, and more! Learn all about the beryl mineral family in this guide!
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  • 12th May 2021
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Chrysolite (Peridot) Information — Meaning, History, Properties, and Value! | Gem Rock Auctions

Chrysolite (Peridot) Information — Meaning, History, Properties, and Value! | Gem Rock Auctions

Learn all about the chrysolite stone (also called peridot), a greenish-yellow olivine mineral with fascinating origins, properties, and geological characteristics!
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  • 12th May 2021
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Black Onyx Information — Meaning, Uses, History & More! | Gem Rock Auctions

Black Onyx Information — Meaning, Uses, History & More! | Gem Rock Auctions

Black onyx is a chalcedony gemstone most famously seen in cameo carvings and beaded jewelry. Learn about the stone’s properties, value, meaning, and uses today!
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  • 12th May 2021
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Agate Stone Guide - Meaning, Varieties, Value, & Information

Agate Stone Guide - Meaning, Varieties, Value, & Information

The agate stone is a chalcedony mineral that comes in many colors and patterns. Learn all about the stone's value, meaning, symbolism, composition, and uses in this guide.
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  • 10th May 2021
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What Color is Sapphire? A Guide to All Colors & Varieties

What Color is Sapphire? A Guide to All Colors & Varieties

Sapphires are an iconic gemstone cherished for their beautiful and brilliant blue hue. Whereas other precious stones exhibit lighter vibrance, traditional sapphires are fully saturated and bathed in blue.
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  • 10th May 2021
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