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Posts tagged: blue stones

Romancing the Stone

by Henry Elfering |

Aquamarine, named for the Latin phrase "water of the sea", is a blue to blue-green beryl. A close cousin to Emerald and Morganite, Aquamarine is the second most popular gem beryl. Its identity is defined by its color. The deeply saturated blue gem is the most desirable color of Aquamarine.  I personally love the variety of color, like the sea,...

A Guiding Light

by Henry Elfering |

It is said that iolite dates back to the time of the Vikings, who would use the stone to guide them on their journeys. Using thin slices of iolite could help them determine the exact location of the sun when they were out exploring, helping them travel safely to the new world and back again. Despite its long history, the...

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