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ilvaite pear cut


Its name comes from the ancient name of Elba in Italy (Ilva), where it was identified in 1811.

native silver crystals from Mexico


Its name comes from the Latin argentum, it is found in hydrothermal veins. Its softness, its malleability, its low melting point and its brightness made it a popular metal for jewelry since ancient times. But it is as a currency that it has gained fame

wolframite emerald cut


Its name comes from the german, “ wolfram” being the name of tungsten, which is its main component. The hubnerite variety is rich in manganese, of a rather red color, transparent and in slices, it was named after the german Adolph Huebner. The ferberite variety

manganotantalite rectangular cut


In the family of colombo – tantalites the tantalites can be high in iron or manganese. The iron-rich variety is sometimes called niobite. The rich in manganese, manganotantalite.

pyrolusite crystals from Germany


Identified and named in 1827, its name comes from the Greek words meaning “fire” and “who washes”, as it was used to remove from glass its green and brown color due to iron. This is the main element of “dendrites ” black seepage into the

oval cut pyrite from Madagascar


As warm sparks spring when striking it (and they ignite the tinder, it was used by the Roman legionaries), it is so named from the Greek “pyros” for fire. The Incas used it as mirrors. It is often confused with marcasite but this last one,

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