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Gemstones Crystals. M-To-Z Names and Pictures.

Gemstones Crystals. M to Z Names and Pictures.

Pictures of Rough stones, Natural Stones, Tumbled Stones, Cab Stones and faceted stones.

Starting with Malachite, Morganite, Osidian, Opal, Peridot and more

Malachite            Hardness–3.5-4           Classification– Carbonate

Azurite Malachite
Azurite Malachite
Tumbled Malachite
Tumbled Malachite
Natural Malachite
Natural Malachite
Malachite
Malachite

 

 

 

 

Colour Green.

Found.– France, Russia, Morocca, Namibia, Australia, USA.

 

Morganite             Hardness 7.5-8         Classification– Silicate

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Morganite Gemstone
Morganite faceted Stone
Morganite faceted Stone
Morganite Stones
Morganite Stones
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Morganite Crystal

 

 

 

 

 

Colour.– Rose-Pink.

Found.— Afghanistan, Brazil, USA.

 

Obsidian                       Hardness 5.5            Classification.- Mineraloid.

Obsidian Rock
Obsidian Rock
Obsidian Gemstone
Obsidian Gemstone
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2 Different Obsidian Rocks

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Colour — Black.

Found— Mexico, Italy, USA, Scotland.

Opal.                  Hardness 5.5-6       Classification— Silicate

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Colours– Every Colour OF rainbow. LOTS of beautiful COLOURS.

Found.– Australia, Mexico, India, Slovakia, Peru, Britain.

 

Peridot.               Hardness.– 6.5-7        Classification — Silicate

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Peridot colour
Peridot colour
Peridot
Peridot

 

 

 

 

Colour.– Yellowish- Green To Green.

Found Red Sea, Myanmar, Pakistan, Arizona, Austrailia.

 

Phenacite.             Hardness 7.5-8              Classification.– Silicate

Phenacite Crystal
Phenacite Crystal
Phenacite
Phenacite
Phenacite
Phenacite
Phenacite Gemstone Crystal
Phenacite Gemstone Crystal

 

 

 

 

 

Colour.– Colourless, White, Yellow, Pink, Brown.

Found.– USA, Brazil, Madagascar, Russia.

 

Quartz.        Hardness 7.                Classification.– Silicate

Quartz Crystal
Quartz Crystal
Quartz
Quartz
Quartz
Quartz
Quartz
Quartz

 

 

 

Colour.– Clear is most Common, but also, Smoky, Rose, Green, Blue, Tangerine.

Found.— Europe, Africa, North And South America, Australia.

Rhodochrosite.         Hardness–3.5-4       Classification.- Calcite

Rhodochrosite
Rhodochrosite
Rhodochrosite Gemstones
Rhodochrosite Gemstones
Rhodochrosite
Rhodochrosite
Rhodochrosite
Rhodochrosite

 

 

 

 

Rhodonite.              Hardness  5.5-6.5                 Classification.– Silicate.

Rhodonite
Rhodonite
Rhodonite Crystal
Rhodonite Crystal
Rhodonite
Rhodonite
Rhodonite Gemstones
Rhodonite Gemstones

 

 

 

 

Colour.–Rosy Pink To Brownish Red.

Found. Brazil, Mexico, Germany, Spain, Russia, Sweden.

 

Ruby.                   Hardness.–9               Classification.– Oxide.

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Ruby Crystal
Ruby Crystal
Ruby stones
Ruby stones
Ruby Rock
Ruby Rock

 

 

 

 

Colour.–Red.

Found.– Thailand, India, USA, Zimbabwe, Myanmar, Madagascar, Sri Lanka.

Sapphire.           Hardness.- 9.           Classification.-Oxide.

Blue Sapphire
Blue Sapphire
Sapphire colours
Sapphire colours
Rough Sapphire Gemstones
Rough Sapphire Gemstones
Pink Saphire
Pink Saphhire

 

 

 

 

Colour.– Blue, Pink, Purple, Yellow, Green, White, Black.

Found.– Sri Lanka, Australia, Pakistan, India, Myanmar.

 

Selenite.     Hardness.– 2.        Classification.– Sulphate.

Selenite
Selenite
Selenite
Selenite
Selenite
Selenite
Selenite Crystal
Selenite Crystal

 

 

 

 

Colour.- Clear, White, Red, Grey, Brown, Yellow.

Found.– Worldwide.

 

Shattuckite.                Hardness.– 3.5              Classification.– Silicate.

No Pictures.

Colour.– Light to Dark Blue.

Found.- Arizona, USA.

Sugilite.          Hardness.–6.5      Classification.–Silicate.

Sugilite Gems
Sugilite Gems
Sugilite
Sugilite
Sugilite
Sugilite
Sugilite Gem
Sugilite Gem

 

 

 

 

Colour.– Purple.

Found.– South Africa, Japan, Canada.

This are very beautiful gemstones. I have tried to give a over view picture on each gemstone.

If you want to get or start a collection be careful because there is a lot of lab created gemstones out there.

One of the best ways to collect is to join your local lapidary club, or you can pick a lot of stones up at gem fest that are held over the country side. Or you can go out and find them your self. go camping.

If you need help, Please leave a comment in the comment box.

Have a Great day.

Wendy.

 

 

 

 

 

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    2 thoughts on “Gemstones Crystals. M-To-Z Names and Pictures.

    1. Hello Kaelen,
      Yes I love going out camping and Fossicking for rock/stones. And thank you for the
      nice comment, makes me feel good.
      If you need to find out what rocks you have found. one of the best places to go is your local
      Lapidary Club.
      Thank You for your comment, and good luck with your collection. need help contact me, on one of my Website post.

      Happy Rocks/Gemstone Collecting.
      Wendy.

    2. Very interesting. Love collecting rocks even though I don’t know what they are. Was on here to find out what I pick up in Camooweal recently. It turns out to be ribbon stone. Simply stunning. Amazing colours and so much of it had to limit myself to a few pieces. Will definitely go back. Thank you.

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