Green in sunlight. Red in lamplight.
Amber is nature’s time capsule.
The essence of the color purple.
This transparent quartz has many colors.
Named after seawater, aquamarine’s fresh watery hue.
Transparent, pale yellow to brownish orange variety of quartz.
Diamonds are among nature’s most precious and beautiful creations.
Dazzling brilliance. Captivating color.
Emerald is the bluish green to green variety of beryl.
Garnets are a set of minerals forming almost every color.
Vikings used iolite slices to reduce glare when checking the sun’s position.
Jade is actually two separate gems: nephrite and jadeite.
Collectors love kunzite for its pink to intense violetish purple color range.
Lapis is a beautiful rock; an aggregate of several minerals.
A ghostly sheen, like moonlight glowing in water.
Morganite is the pink to orange-pink variety of beryl.
Opal’s shifting play of kaleidoscopic colors is unlike any other gem.
Perfect shining spheres. Lustrous baroque forms.
Found in lava, meteorites, and deep in the earth’s mantle.
Rose quartz is a quartz variety that gets its name from its delicate pink color.
Ruby is the most valuable variety of the corundum mineral species, which also includes sapphire.
Sapphire can also apply to any corundum that’s not ruby red.
The Black Prince’s Ruby. The Timur Ruby
Sunstone’s show a distinct and lively glitter called aventurescence.
Lush blue velvet. Rich royal purple.
Honey yellow. Fiery orange. Cyclamen pink. Icy blue.
Tourmalines have a wide variety of exciting colors.
Azure sky, robin’s egg blue.
Zircon is a colorful gem with high refraction and fire.