Coyamito Agate from Mexico

Coyamito Agate -x- Amazing pictures of crystals etc on this site. They got them from Narnia. No I refuse to believe it doesn't exist.

Coyamito Agate from Mexico

Coyamito Agate -x- Amazing pictures of crystals etc on this site. They got them from Narnia. No I refuse to believe it doesn't exist.

Mineral Photography Print 002 Blue Lace Agate Slice by FlyWithMe

Mineral Photography - (Print #002) Blue Lace Agate Slice - Fine Art Print - Two Paper Choices- Mineral Geode Agate Crystal Decor

Morrisonite from Rarerocksandgems.com -gorgeous!

Morrisonite Is there a little girl hiding behind those bubbles?

agate egg I am pretty sure this is a dragon egg

Quartz Gem: Druzy Setting Cabochon (it looks like a nebula!) Quartz was used in prehistoric Ireland as a material for tools!

Bouquet agate

Bouquet Agate - Texas - Amazing how mother nature makes such beautiful art!

Crystal Collection :: Bohemian home décor :: peaceful :: earthy :: rustic :: free spirit :: Inspiration @aumandamen

Wedding In The Raw

"Lapis Lazuli encourages honesty of the spirit, and in the spoken and written word. Wear it for all forms of deep communication." | #LuxeFete #LuxeFeteLapisLove

"Lapis Lazuli encourages honesty of the spirit, and in the spoken and written word. Wear it for all forms of deep communication.

Azurite, cross-section through merged stalactites, Bisbee-Arizona. Geodes are so inspiring!

Amethyst: A "stone of change, protection & enlightenment". Enhances spiritual awareness, meditation, visualization, serenity & composure. Attracts good luck & love, calms & transforms. Shifts energies to the higher frequencies of both the spiritual & ethereal levels.

Amethyst is the purple variety of quartz and the most valued member of the quartz family. It must be purple to be amethyst, but it can display a range of shades including deep purple, light lilac, lavender and mauve.

Malachite

Two of my favorite minerals! Azurite & Malachite / American Museum of Natural History in New York City

Azurite is a blue copper mineral with the chemical formula Cu3(CO3)2(OH)2. It forms monoclinic crystals. Azurite weathers into malachite. Azurite is used as a pigment, in jewelry, and as a decorative stone.

Gemstone Photo Gallery

Azurite is a blue copper mineral with the chemical formula It forms monoclinic crystals. Azurite weathers into malachite. Azurite is used as a pigment, in jewelry, and as a decorative stone. This stone is called "Velvet Beauty" from Bisbee, Arizona.

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