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Emerald "Trapiche"  This is a slice of a crystal. Is the result of the growth of a Crystal with the darkened impurity of lutite. As the Crystal grows the darker lutite is pushed to the center and then radiates out in the six directions of the corners of the Crystal. An analysis of MUZO´s trapiche emerald found that the principal coloring agent was vanadium.”3 and “Trapiche Emerald’s are formed when black carbon impurities fill in at the emerald crystal junction.

Emerald "Trapiche" This is a slice of a crystal. Is the result of the growth of a Crystal with the darkened impurity of lutite. As the Crystal grows the darker lutite is pushed to the center and then radiates out in the six directions of the corners of the Crystal. An analysis of MUZO´s trapiche emerald found that the principal coloring agent was vanadium.”3 and “Trapiche Emerald’s are formed when black carbon impurities fill in at the emerald crystal junction.

Emerald "Trapiche"  This is a slice of a crystal. Is the result of the growth of a Crystal with the darkened impurity of lutite. As the Crystal grows the darker lutite is pushed to the center and then radiates out in the six directions of the corners of the Crystal. An analysis of MUZO´s trapiche emerald found that the principal coloring agent was vanadium.”3 and “Trapiche Emerald’s are formed when black carbon impurities fill in at the emerald crystal junction.

Emerald "Trapiche" This is a slice of a crystal. Is the result of the growth of a Crystal with the darkened impurity of lutite. As the Crystal grows the darker lutite is pushed to the center and then radiates out in the six directions of the corners of the Crystal. An analysis of MUZO´s trapiche emerald found that the principal coloring agent was vanadium.”3 and “Trapiche Emerald’s are formed when black carbon impurities fill in at the emerald crystal junction.

The Imperial Emerald, 206 carats, Bayco

The Imperial Emerald, 206 carats, Bayco

Star-Rutilated Quartz

Star-Rutilated Quartz

Tanzanite is a rare type of zoisite famed for its striking purple-blue color. It is named after its country of origin, Tanzania (in central East Africa) - and has only been found in one location: The worlds one source of Tanzanite is only a five square mile area - and is a hilltop at Merelani, ten miles to the south of Kilimanjaro International Airport, in the Lelatema Mountains of the Arusha Region of Tanzania.

Tanzanite is a rare type of zoisite famed for its striking purple-blue color. It is named after its country of origin, Tanzania (in central East Africa) - and has only been found in one location: The worlds one source of Tanzanite is only a five square mile area - and is a hilltop at Merelani, ten miles to the south of Kilimanjaro International Airport, in the Lelatema Mountains of the Arusha Region of Tanzania.

Australian Black OpalThe Stardust Opal. T-Bones Mine, Corcoran, New South Wales, Australia

Australian Black OpalThe Stardust Opal. T-Bones Mine, Corcoran, New South Wales, Australia

Moss agate

Moss agate

Azurite from Namibia  / Mineral Friends <3

Azurite from Namibia / Mineral Friends <3

Lapis

Lapis

Petrified Wood

Petrified Wood