Garnets are a set of closely related minerals forming a group, with gemstones in almost every color.
The essence of the color purple, amethyst is beautiful enough for crown jewels yet affordable enough for class rings.
A ghostly sheen moves under the surface of this feldspar, like moonlight glowing in water.
Tourmalines have a variety of exciting colors with one of the widest color ranges of any gem.
For centuries, spinel, the great imposter, masqueraded as ruby in Europe’s crown jewels.
Honey yellow. Fiery orange. Cyclamen pink. Icy blue. In warm or cool tones, topaz is a lustrous and brilliant gem.
Fireworks. Jellyfish. Galaxies. Lightning. Opal’s shifting play of kaleidoscopic colors is unlike any other gem.
Perfect shining spheres. Lustrous baroque forms. Seductive strands, warm to the touch.
Rose quartz is a quartz variety that gets its name from its delicate pink color.
Zircon is a colorful gem with high refraction and fire that’s unfairly confused with cubic zirconia.