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pink spherocobaltite from Morocco


Its name comes from the Greek “sphaira” for sphere and from its composition with cobalt, which gives it its color, this is a rare stone. It’a a Cobalt Carbonate that is often wrongly called “cobaltoan calcite” Cobaltoan calcite chemically is a pink calcite owed to

pink pezzottaite from Madagascar oval cut


Discovered in 2002, it honors the name of the Italian mineralogist Federico Pezzotta, who discovered it in Madagascar.

emerald from Muzo in Colombia emerald cut


This is the green variety of beryl, the more valuable because of its unparalleled color, its name comes from the Greek “smaragdos” derived from an ancient Semitic word meaning “shining”. This is one of the gems most sought after, when the green the more sustained

heliodore crystal of Madagascar


In the family of beryls, the emerald is deep green (see emerald), the blue is aquamarine (see aquamarine). But there are other varieties with names related to their specific colors. The heliodor: its name comes from two Greek words, resulting in “gift of the sun”,

aquamarine from Brazil emerald cut


Its name comes from the latin “aqua marina”, meaning “water of the sea”, because of its seawater color, the dark blue is the most desidered color…like the ocean! Belongs to the beryl group, same as Emerald which is a deep green beryl. Aquamarines have been

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