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Can you mine the most valuable stone?

UV Fluorite

Fluorite is a mineral with a veritable bouquet of brilliant colors. Fluorite is well…
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Apophyllite

Apophyllite can be a beautiful mineral, forming in lustrous, transparent crystals that are well-formed…
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Chalcopyrite

Chalcopyrite is one of the sulphide minerals referred to as “Fool’s Gold”, and is…
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Rose Quartz

Rose Quartz is the pastel pink to bright pink gemstone that is spiritually connected…
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Chrysoprase

Called the stone of Venus, is the rarest and most valuable rich apple-green gemstone…
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Jasper

The word Jasper means spotted or speckled stone and when you see the huge…
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Labradorite

Labradorite is a stunning and rare Feldspar mineral, known for its play of beautiful…
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Kyanite

Kyanite is very rare as a faceted gem, especially if free from inclusions and…
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Lepidolite

The lepidolite gemstone is lithium-rich aluminum-based mica, and is categorized as a mineral, not…
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Malachite

This dark emerald and glorious stone can send our imaginations shooting to forests of…
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Emerald

Emerald, the green variety of Beryl, is the most famous and valuable green gemstone.…
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Sapphire

The name sapphire is derived from the Latin word ““saphirus” and the Greek word…
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Bornite

Bornite has the distinct privilege of being nicknamed Peacock Ore due to is rainbow…
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Moonstone

Moonstone is colourless, very translucent, or almost perfectly transparent feldspar, which in certain direction…
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Howlite

Howlite was discovered near Windsor, Nova Scotia in 1868 and named after Henry How,…
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Amethyst

The Amethyst crystal glitters across the spectrum; this purplish stone can be pale pink…
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Spinel

Spinel is a gemstone mineral that has been confused with ruby and sapphire for…
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Rub

One of the most popular traditional jewelry stones, ruby is exceptionally durable. Its colors…
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Peridot

Sometimes also referred to as olivine, it is only found in one color–green. This…
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Garnet

Garnet is the birthstone for January and the stone that celebrates the 2nd anniversary…
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Citrine

Natural Citrine is a premier stone of manifestation, imagination, and personal will. Carrying the…
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Calcite

The Calcite crystal stone meaning can be traced back to ancient Greece, where it…
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Purple Onyx

Purple Onyx, generates emotional healing, courage, and regeneration. This gemstone helps overcome fear and…
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Opalite

Opalite is beautiful synthesized glass, often used as a stimulant for man-made opals. Opalites…
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Apatite

Apatite, is a calcium phosphate, and a very rare variety of tourmaline, which was…
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Lapis

Lapis has been used in jewelry, carvings and amulets for thousands of years. It…
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Sodalite

Sodalite is a rich blue ornamental mineral originally discovered in Greenland in 1806. The…
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Carnelian

Carnelian is a warm stone it promotes confidence, joy, and strength. It sparks creativity,…
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