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”Mineral” is not the first thing to come to mind when you hear the word “beauty,” and that‘s a pity because they look so, so pretty. This selection of some of the most beautiful minerals and stones in

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Strengite is a relatively rare iron phosphate mineral. The mineral is named after the German mineralogist Johann August Streng It can range from lavender, pink or purple in hue.

Beryl var Emerald Coscuez Mine, Colombia 53 mm Photographed for The Arkenstone ex Herb Obodda Collection

Beryl variety Emerald Coscuez Mine, Colombia 53 mm Photographed for The Arkenstone ex Herb Obodda Collection

Deep Green Veszelyite

Gorgeous Geology Terminated and lustrous crystals of blue-green Veszelyite from Black Pine Mine, Philipsburg, Granite County, Montana, USA.

Quartz with Dumortierite inclusions #mineral

Quartz crystals with blue needles of Dumortierite inside. The locality, is western Bahia, near Vaca Morta Quarry, a remote and hard to reach area near the border with Tocantins state. - Photo: Jeff ScovilQuartz with Dumortierite inclusions

Unusual Emerald Most beryl crystals grow as regular six sided prisms, though every now and again an uncommon formation comes out of a mine such as this step grown cluster of deep green gemmy crystals growing atop a calcite matrix from the La Pena...

Unusual Emerald Most beryl crystals grow as regular six sided prisms, though every now and again an uncommon formation comes out of a mine such as this step grown cluster of deep green gemmy crystals growing atop a calcite matrix from the La Pena.

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