Gems


The Natural Stones Found Across Idalos



Table of Contents


<a href="#1">Actinolite Cat's Eye</a>
<a href="#2">Agate</a>
<a href="#3">Alexandrite</a>
<a href="#4">Almandine Garnet</a>
<a href="#5">Amber</a>
<a href="#6">Amethyst</a>
<a href="#7">Ametrine</a>
<a href="#8">Ammolite</a>
<a href="#9">Andalusite</a>
<a href="#10">Andesine Labradorite</a>
<a href="#11">Apatite</a>
<a href="#12">Aquamarine</a>
<a href="#13">Aventurine</a>
<a href="#14">Axinite</a>
<a href="#15">Azotic Topaz</a>
<a href="#16">Beryl</a>
<a href="#17">Bloodstone</a>
<a href="#18">Boulder Opal</a>
<a href="#19">Calcite</a>
<a href="#20">Carnelian</a>
<a href="#21">Cassiterite</a>
<a href="#22">Cat's Eye Apatite</a>
<a href="#23">Cat's Eye Aquamarine</a>
<a href="#24">Cat's Eye Diaspore</a>
<a href="#25">Cat's Eye Scapolite</a>
<a href="#26">Cat's Eye Tourmaline</a>
<a href="#27">Chalcedony</a>
<a href="#28">Charoite</a>
<a href="#29">Chrome Diopside</a>
<a href="#30">Chrome Tourmaline</a>
<a href="#31">Chrysoberyl</a>
<a href="#32">Chrysoberyl Cat's Eye</a>
<a href="#33">Chrysocolla</a>
<a href="#34">Chrysoprase</a>
<a href="#35">Citrine</a>
<a href="#36">Clinohumite</a>
<a href="#37">Coral</a>
<a href="#38">Danburite</a>
<a href="#39">Demantoid Garnet</a>
<a href="#40">Dendritic Agate</a>
<a href="#41">Diamond</a>
<a href="#42">Dumortierite Quartz</a>
<a href="#43">Emerald</a>
<a href="#44">Enstatite</a>
<a href="#45">Fire Agate</a>
<a href="#46">Fire Opal</a>
<a href="#47">Fluorite</a>
<a href="#48">Fossil Coral</a>
<a href="#49">Gaspeite</a>
<a href="#50">Goshenite</a>
<a href="#51">Grossularite Garnet</a>
<a href="#52">Hackmanite</a>
<a href="#53">Hambergite</a>
<a href="#54">Hematite</a>
<a href="#55">Hemimorphite</a>
<a href="#56">Hessonite Garnet</a>
<a href="#57">Hiddenite</a>
<a href="#58">Howlite</a>
<a href="#59">Imperial Topaz</a>
<a href="#60">Iolite</a>
<a href="#61">Jadeite</a>
<a href="#62">Jasper</a>
<a href="#63">Kornerupine</a>
<a href="#64">Kunzite</a>
<a href="#65">Kyanite</a>
<a href="#66">Labradorite</a>
<a href="#67">Lapis Lazuli</a>
<a href="#68">Larimar</a>
<a href="#69">Lepidolite</a>
<a href="#70">Malachite</a>
<a href="#71">Mali Garnet</a>
<a href="#72">Melanite</a>
<a href="#73">Moldavite</a>
<a href="#74">Moonstone</a>
<a href="#75">Morganite</a>
<a href="#76">Moss Opal</a>
<a href="#77">Mystic Quartz</a>
<a href="#78">Mystic Topaz</a>
<a href="#79">Nuummite</a>
<a href="#80">Obsidian</a>
<a href="#81">Onyx</a>
<a href="#82">Opal</a>
<a href="#83">Opal Doublet</a>
<a href="#84">Orthoclase</a>
<a href="#85">Paraiba Tourmaline</a>
<a href="#86">Peanut Wood</a>
<a href="#87">Pearl</a>
<a href="#88">Peridot</a>
<a href="#89">Pietersite</a>
<a href="#90">Prehnite</a>
<a href="#91">Pyrope Garnet</a>
<a href="#92">Quartz</a>
<a href="#93">Quartz Cat's Eye</a>
<a href="#94">Rainbow Moonstone</a>
<a href="#95">Rainbow Pyrite</a>
<a href="#96">Rhodochrosite</a>
<a href="#97">Rhodolite Garnet</a>
<a href="#98">Rhodonite</a>
<a href="#99">Rose Quartz</a>
<a href="#100">Rubellite Tourmaline</a>
<a href="#101">Ruby</a>
<a href="#102">Ruby-in-Fuchsite</a>
<a href="#103">Ruby-Zoisite</a>
<a href="#104">Rutile Quartz</a>
<a href="#105">Rutile Topaz</a>
<a href="#106">Sapphire</a>
<a href="#107">Scapolite</a>
<a href="#108">Seraphinite</a>
<a href="#109">Serpentine</a>
<a href="#110">Sillimanite Cat's Eye</a>
<a href="#111">Smithsonite</a>
<a href="#112">Smoky Quartz</a>
<a href="#113">Snowflake Obsidian</a>
<a href="#114">Sodalite</a>
<a href="#115">Spessartite Garnet</a>
<a href="#116">Sphalerite</a>
<a href="#117">Sphene</a>
<a href="#118">Spinel</a>
<a href="#119">Spodumene</a>
<a href="#120">Star Diopside</a>
<a href="#121">Star Garnet</a>
<a href="#122">Star Lemon Quartz</a>
<a href="#123">Star Moonstone</a>
<a href="#124">Star Rose Quartz</a>
<a href="#125">Star Ruby</a>
<a href="#126">Star Sapphire</a>
<a href="#127">Star Sunstone</a>
<a href="#128">Strawberry Quartz</a>
<a href="#129">Sugilite</a>
<a href="#130">Sunstone</a>
<a href="#131">Tanzanite</a>
<a href="#132">Tashmarine Diopside</a>
<a href="#133">Tiger's Eye</a>
<a href="#134">Tiger's Eye Matrix</a>
<a href="#135">Topaz</a>
<a href="#136">Tremolite-Hexagonite</a>
<a href="#137">Tourmaline</a>
<a href="#138">Tsavorite Garnet</a>
<a href="#139">Turquoise</a>
<a href="#140">Variscite</a>
<a href="#141">Verdite</a>
<a href="#142">Zircon</a>




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Picture Name Price Description
File:Gem1.jpg Actinolite Cat's Eye 10 gn Actinolite cat's eye is a rare translucent gemstone found in central Idalos.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem2.jpg">
Agate
12 sn Agates are considered a fairly common gemstone found across Idalos. It is one of the more popular stones favored by adventurers.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem3.jpg">
Alexandrite
25 gn Alexandrite is considerably rare and is famed for its color change from green in daylight to red under candle light.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem4.jpg">
Almandine Garnet
10 sn Almandine Garnet is dark-brownish or purplish-red. Garnet is very popular for its excellent hardness and brilliance.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem5.jpg">
Amber
10 sn Amber is considered a fairly common gemstone found across Idalos. It is one of the more popular stones favored by adventurers.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem6.jpg">
Amethyst
18 gn Amethyst is one of the most precious gemstone within Idalos. It is highly demanded among noblemen.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem7.jpg">
Ametrine
5 gn Ametrine has a natural bicolor combination of pale-violet to deep-purple and from pale-yellow to gold-brown.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem8.jpg">
Ammolite
25 gn Ammolite is a rare gemstone that has only ever been located near the Heart of the World. Many crave this gemstone for its color and luster.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem9.jpg">
Andalusite
11 sn Andalusite is a strongly pleochroic gem, which means that it can display different colors when viewed from different angles.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem10.jpg">
Andesine Labradorite
13 sn Andesine Labradorite is a with the mineral found in a range of colors, including red, yellow, champagne and green.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem11.jpg">
Apatite
30 gn Apatite is a rarity among marketplaces and is prized for it many different colors and forms. This gem can be found in the southern regions of Idalos.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem12.jpg">
Aquamarine
8 sn Aquamarine is best known for its breathtaking range of blue colors. This is a common gemstone found through most of the regions of Idalos.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem13.jpg">
Aventurine
1 sn Aventurine is a type of green quartz often used for carvings and decorative jewelry, very cheap decorative jewelry.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem14.jpg">
Axinite
8 sn Axinite is a group of brown to violet-brown or reddish-brown minerals that sometimes occur in gem quality. Axinite is known for its luster.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem15.jpg">
Azotic Topaz
15 gn Azotic Topaz is a rare redish to orange gemstone found in the Eastern Region of Idalos.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem16.jpg">
Beryl
12 sn Beryl in its purest form is completely colorless, however, the mixture of other minerals and impurities gives it it's unique coloring.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem17.jpg">
Bloodstone
3 gn Bloodstone is a green gemstone dotted with bright red spots and is most common in the Western region of Idalos.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem18.jpg">
Boulder Opal
21 gn Boulder Opal is the second most prized form of opal, after black opal. It is know for it's luminous color and marbling.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem19.jpg">
Calcite
3 gn Calcite is typically colorless, however, the mixture of other mineral and impurities gives it it's different colors.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem20.jpg">
Carnelian
2 gn Carnelian is a brownish red to orange variety of quartz, colored by trace amounts of iron. It is commonly found in the Northern and Central regions of Idalos.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem21.jpg">
Cassiterite
12 gn Cassiterite is known for it's ability to withstand scratches and the elements. It is one of the more common gemstones used with armor.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem22.jpg">
Cat's Eye Apatite
8 gn Cat's Eye Apatite is best known for its breathtaking range of green colors and is often mistaken for an emerald.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem23.jpg">
Cat's Eye Aquamarine
35 gn Cat's Eye Aquamarine is best known for its breathtaking range of blue colors and is quite rare to find in Idalos.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem24.jpg">
Cat's Eye Diaspore
10 gn Cat's Eye Diaspore appears as a yellow-brown color and is an uncommon gemstone to find in Idalos.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem25.jpg">
Cat's Eye Scapolite
18 sn Cat's Eye Scapolite this gemstone tends to grow in columns of redish-brown. They are among the most frequently used gemstones in jewelry.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem26.jpg">
Cat's Eye Tourmaline
4 gn Cat's Eye Tourmaline displays a strong cat's eye effect when polished effectively. This is a gemstone often used with weapons and armor.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem27.jpg">
Chalcedony
10 sn Chalcedony is the fine-grained variety of quartz. It has a waxy luster and appears in a great variety of colors.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem28.jpg">
Charoite
12 gn Charoite it's swirling shapes of lavender and violet are quite unique to the world of Idalos. The gemstone is uncommon across most regions.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem29.jpg">
Chrome Diopside
8 gn Chrome Diopside is known for its rich forest green color. This gemstone is often found Central Idalos with high demand for it in the Southern region.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem30.jpg">
Chrome Tourmaline
3 gn Chrome Tourmaline displays a rich forest green that is sought after by many in Idalos. This gemstone is used frequently with weapons and armor.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem31.jpg">
Chrysoberyl
4 gn Chrysoberyl is a beautiful gem which is not as well known as it deserves. Apart from it's excellent durability, it has wonderful luster.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem32.jpg">
Chrysoberyl Cat's Eye
25 gn Chrysoberyl Cat's Eye one of the most famous and valuable cat's eye gemstone. It is valued for its excellent hardness that makes it well suited for weapons and armor.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem33.jpg">
Chrysocolla
7 sn Chrysocolla is often confused with turquoise, and can be found in unusual multicolor combinations as well as blue or green.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem34.jpg">
Chrysoprase
10 sn Chrysoprase is a gemstone found mostly in Central Idalos. Its color varies from apple-green to deep green.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem35.jpg">
Citrine
8 gn Citrine is yellow, gold or orange-brown transparent quartz found across the regions of Idalos. It is used most often in jewelry.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem36.jpg">
Clinohumite
55 gn Clinohumite is a rare mineral and an especially rare gemstone. Only few have ever come across small deposits of this gemstone.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem37.jpg">
Coral
15 gn Coral exhibits a range of warm reddish-pink colors ranging from salmon pink to deep-red and is most often found on the seabottom.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem38.jpg">
Danburite
12 sn Danburite prized for its durability, this gemstone is common in the Southern region of Idalos and is frequently used in jewelry.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem39.jpg">
Demantoid Garnet
68 gn Demantoid GarnetDemantoid garnet is the rarest and most valuable of the garnets. Found in green to emerald green, demantoid garnet is scarce and is typically only seen in small sizes.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem40.jpg">
Dendritic Agate
1 sn Dendritic Agate is a whitish-gray and is often mistaken as everyday rocks. These gemstones are quite common but hardly ever used.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem41.jpg">
Diamond
850 gn Diamond is the hardest known natural material. It is famed not only for its superb hardness, but also for its refractive properties that causes the gemstone to shine.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem42.jpg">
Dumortierite Quartz
8 gn Dumortierite Quartz is an unusual quartz that is found in the Western region of Idalos. The mineral mixture is the reason for its deep blue color.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem43.jpg">
Emerald
470 gn Emerald is the most precious stone in the beryl group. The wonderful green color of emerald is unparalleled in the gem world.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem44.jpg">
Enstatite
26 gn Enstatite is a rare gemstone that in found in the Central region of Idalos. It is typically brown-green with a vitreous luster.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem45.jpg">
Fire Agate
5 gn Fire Agate is a common gemstone found in the Eastern region of Idalos. It is often used in weapons and armor.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem46.jpg">
Fire Opal
12 gn Fire Opal is an unusual variety of opal which can be yellow, orange or orange-red. Its color is favored on jewelry.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem47.jpg">
Fluorite
10 gn Fluorite is a mineral with a veritable plethora of brilliant colors that include purple, blue, green, yellow, colorless, brown, pink and orange.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem48.jpg">
Fossil Coral
22 gn Fossil coral is a decorative material that is formed when ancient coral is gradually replaced with agate. This is a favored gem to use with weapons.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem49.jpg">
Gaspeite
35 gn Gaspeite is a rare, lustrous gemstone found in central Idalos. It is used as decoration for armor, weapons, and jewelry.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem50.jpg">
Goshenite
8 sn Goshenite is a colorless gemstone that is common across the regions of Idalos.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem51.jpg">
Grossularite Garnet
5 sn Grossularite Garnet is a common gemstone found in the Southern region of Idalos. It is often used in weapons and armor.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem52.jpg">
Hackmanite
15 sn Hackmanite is a gemstone that changes colors under sunlight due to the minerals within the gem.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem53.jpg">
Hambergite
8 gn Hambergite is one of the lesser-known gemstones. It is usually nearly colorless, with the vitreous luster of glass when cut.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem54.jpg">
Hematite
5 gn Hematite is a gemstone that appears blackish-gray. When highly polished it can sometimes look like silver.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem55.jpg">
Hemimorphite
10 gn Hemimorphite is usually found in aggregate form with blue and white bands, or mixed with a dark matrix.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem56.jpg">
Hessonite Garnet
13 gn Hessonite Garnet is an orange-brown colored gemstone that is uncommon in most of the regions.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem57.jpg">
Hiddenite
3 gn Hiddenite has a green color that varies from a yellowish to a bluish-green depending on the gemstone.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem58.jpg">
Howlite
5 gn Howlite is an interesting grayish-white mineral that is sometimes referred to as white turquoise because of its distinctive veining.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem59.jpg">
Imperial Topaz
13 gn Imperial Topaz is the most sought after of all natural topaz. Its rich golden color with reddish and orange overtones is generally not enhanced by any kind of treatment.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem60.jpg">
Iolite
11 sn Iolite is seen as three different color shades in the same stone; violet, yellow-gray and blue.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem61.jpg">
Jadeite
14 gn Jadeite is found in most colors, including pure white, pink, brown, red, orange, violet, blue, black and a range of greens.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem62.jpg">
Jasper
3 gn Jasper is a gemstone that has a grainy texture to its surface. It is commonly found around the regions of Idalos.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem63.jpg">
Kornerupine
20 gn Kornerupine is a rare transparent to translucent, typically brownish-green collector's gem.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem64.jpg">
Kunzite
10 gn Kunzite is the pale pink-violet to light-violet gemstone found in central Idalos.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem65.jpg">
Kyanite
13 gn Kyanite is a layered crystal with a vitreous to almost pearly luster that is usually found in a sapphire-like blue color.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem66.jpg">
Labradorite
35 gn Labradorite is a rare gemstone found in Western Idalos that displays a distinctive schiller in lustrous metallic tints..
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem67.jpg">
Lapis Lazuli
12 gn Lapis Lazuli has been used for years in jewelry and ornamental objects. The unique deep blue color has never lost its attraction.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem68.jpg">
Larimar
68 gn Larimar is a considerably rare gemstone and is famed for its soft blue hues when light hits it.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem69.jpg">
Lepidolite
8 sn Lepidolite is a lilac-gray or rose-colored gemstone found in Eastern Idalos.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem70.jpg">
Malachite
3 gn Malachite is best known for its breathtaking range of green colors and is often mistaken for an emerald.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem71.jpg">
Mali Garnet
1 sn Mali Garnet is a common gemstone found across the regions of Idalos.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem72.jpg">
Melanite
18 gn Melanite is the black variety of the rare andradite garnet. It is sometimes known as titanian andradite.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem73.jpg">
Moldavite
10 gn Moldavite is a bottle-green to brown-green gemstone that is uncommon in the regions of Idalos.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem74.jpg">
Moonstone
5 gn Moonstone is a unique stone that reflects light in a distinctive shimmering phenomenon known as adularescence.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem75.jpg">
Morganite
15 sn Morganite is a beautiful gem which is not as well known as it deserves. Apart from it's excellent durability, it has wonderful luster.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem76.jpg">
Moss Opal
2 gn Moss Opal is a milky white opal with unique inclusions of green hornblende in moss-like patterns.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem77.jpg">
Mystic Quartz
7 gn Mystic Quartz is prized for its durability, this gemstone is common in the Southern region of Idalos and is frequently used in jewelry.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem78.jpg">
Mystic Topaz
8 gn Mystic Topaz is prized for its durability, this gemstone is common in the Southern region of Idalos and is frequently used in jewelry.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem79.jpg">
Nuummite
8 gn Nuummite is an opaque metamorphic rock with an iridescent play of color. It is commonly found across the regions of Idalos.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem80.jpg">
Obsidian
18 gn Obsidian is naturally occurring volcanic glass. It is formed when felsic lava extruded from a volcano cools without crystal growth. It is found near the Heart of the World.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem81.jpg">
Onyx
5000 gn Onyx is the most rarest gemstone within Idalos. Idalos coins are made from Onyx stones and are highly valued across the regions.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem82.jpg">
Opal
2 gn Opal is a gemstone where each stone is unique in its own way. No other stone has such rich and varied folklore. Opals are also the most delicate gems commonly worn.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem83.jpg">
Opal Doublet
1 gn Opal Doublet consists of a slice of natural opal glued to a black backing, which causes the color to become more vibrant.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem84.jpg">
Orthoclase
3 gn Orthoclase is a transparent yellow feldspar resembling citrine quartz or yellow beryl.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem85.jpg">
Paraiba Tourmaline
22 gn Paraiba Tourmaline is a rare copper-bearing with vivid neon blue color gemstone found in central Idalos.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem86.jpg">
Peanut Wood
8 gn Peanut Wood is a variety of petrified wood, where the shape and structure of the wood is pre- served when the original organic material is replaced by quartz.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem87.jpg">
Pearl
15 gn Pearls are found with oysters and mussels and are prized stone for jewelry.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem88.jpg">
Peridot
6 gn Peridot its color comes from the basic chemical composition of the mineral itself, rather than impurities.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem89.jpg">
Pietersite
2 gn Pietersite is a breccia aggregate of hawk's eye and tiger's eye, with swirling colors of blue, rusty red, gold and brown.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem90.jpg">
Prehnite
4 gn Prehnite has a vitreous mother-of-pearl luster. Affordably priced for its size, prehnite makes distinctive and interesting jewelry.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem91.jpg">
Pyrope Garnet
10 gn Pyrope Garnet is the most famous of the red garnets. Its dark, blood red color often resembles the color of ruby.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem92.jpg">
Quartz
8 gn Quartz is one of the most common minerals in Idalos and is well known in the gemstone world in its many forms and colors.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem93.jpg">
Quartz Cat's Eye
7 gn Quartz Cat's Eye is usually found in white, green, yellow or brown in central Idalos.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem94.jpg">
Rainbow Moonstone
10 gn Rainbow Moonstone is a lustrous gemstone found in central Idalos. It is used as decoration for armor, weapons, and jewelry.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem95.jpg">
Rainbow Pyrite
8 sn Rainbow Pyrite is one of the most common minerals in Idalos and is well known in the gemstone world in its many forms and colors.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem96.jpg">
Rhodochrosite
2 gn Rhodochrosite is usually found in an aggregate form with alternating light and dark stripes in zigzag bands.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem97.jpg">
Rhodolite Garnet
5 gn Rhodolite Garnet tends to be lighter in color than most other kinds of red garnet.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem98.jpg">
Rhodonite
2 gn Rhodonite is one of the most common minerals in Idalos and is well known in the gemstone world in its many forms and colors.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem99.jpg">
Rose Quartz
1 gn Rose Quartz crystals tend to be cloudy, which deepens its color. The unique soft pink color of rose quartz is thought to be derived from tiny traces of titanium.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem100.jpg">
Rubellite Tourmaline
5 gn Rubellite Tourmaline is one of the most valuable tourmaline colors with vivid pink to red tourmaline, often with a violet tinge.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem101.jpg">
Ruby
450 gn Ruby is the combination of hardness and rich color that makes it so valuable.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem102.jpg">
Ruby-in-Fuchsite
25 gn Ruby-in-Fuchsite is a natural combination of ruby and fuchsite in the same specimen. It is an interesting and colorful stone, with blue to emerald-green fuchsite and pink, purple or red ruby inclusions.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem103.jpg">
Ruby-Zoisite
15 gn Ruby-Zoisite is the natural combination of ruby and zoisite crystals in a single specimen. It is often used for carvings.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem104.jpg">
Rutile Quartz
3 gn Rutile Quartz is clear or smoky quartz with inclusions of rutile crystals.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem105.jpg">
Rutile Topaz
8 gn Rutile Topaz is colorless topaz with inclusions that look like rutile crystals.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem106.jpg">
Sapphire
75 gn Sapphire, with its excellent hardness, second only to diamond, is one of the four traditional precious gemstones.
<img src="/images/gemstones/gem107.jpg">
Scapolite
10 gn Scapolite is not well known, but it can be a very attractive stone. Its color, which is usually a vibrant yellow, orange, pink or violet, is its best feature.
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Seraphinite
9 gn Seraphinite's dark-green color is enhanced by a silvery and feathery shimmer caused by mica inclusions.
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Serpentine
2 gn Serpentine is one of the most common minerals in Idalos and is well known in the gemstone world in its many forms and colors.
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Sillimanite Cat's Eye
5 gn Sillimanite Cat's Eye is one of the most common minerals in Idalos and is well known in the gemstone world in its many forms and colors.
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Smithsonite
12 gn Smithsonite is one of the most common minerals in Idalos and is well known in the gemstone world in its many forms and colors.
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Smoky Quartz
18 gn Smoky Quartz is fast becoming a designer favorite for its earthy tone and tribal look. It is one of the few gemstones that is gray or brown.
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Snowflake Obsidian
13 gn Snowflake Obsidian's inclusion of white crystals of cristobalite produce a blotchy pattern, known as snowflake obsidian.
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Sodalite
8 gn Sodalite is a gemstone that is usually blue, often with a violet tint, and frequently contains white veins of calcite.
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Spessartite Garnet
18 gn Spessartite Garnet is the most valuable of garnets that displays a bright, orange-red.
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Sphalerite
28 gn Sphalerite is a rare collector's gem which has exceptional dispersion (also known as fire). In fact its dispersion rating is three times as high as that for diamond.
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Sphene
12 gn Sphene is a brilliant yellowish-green, green or brown gemstone of high luster, unique color shades and, with brilliant cut, an intense fire.
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Spinel
8 gn Spinel is an excellent gemstone for all types of jewelery. Spinel is never treated in any way.
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Spodumene
5 gn Spodumene is one of the most common minerals in Idalos and is well known in the gemstone world in its many forms and colors.
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Star Diopside
3 gn Star Diopside is one of the most common minerals in Idalos and is well known in the gemstone world in its many forms and colors.
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Star Garnet
30 gn Star Garnet is a rare and unusual garnet. It displays a four-rayed star due to aligned inclusions of rutile.
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Star Lemon Quartz
12 gn Star Lemon Quartz is a lemon-yellow variety of quartz that displays asterism (the star effect).
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Star Moonstone
2 gn Star Moonstone is one of the most common minerals in Idalos and is well known in the gemstone world in its many forms and colors.
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Star Rose Quartz
11 gn Star Rose Quartz displaying asterism or the star effect is rare. The unique soft pink color of rose quartz is thought to be caused by tiny traces of titanium.
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Star Ruby
60 gn Star Ruby is a ruby that displays asterism, a six-rayed star that shimmers over the surface of the stone when it is moved.
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Star Sapphire
60 gn Star Sapphire is a sapphire that contains unusual tiny needle-like inclusions. These needles produce a phenomenon called asterism.
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Star Sunstone
15 gn Star Sunstone is one of the most common minerals in Idalos and is well known in the gemstone world in its many forms and colors.
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Strawberry Quartz
8 gn Strawberry Quartz is one of the most common minerals in Idalos and is well known in the gemstone world in its many forms and colors.
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Sugilite
55 gn Sugilite is an obscure and quite rare mineral found in central Idalos.
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Sunstone
15 gn Sunstone is one of the most common minerals in Idalos and is well known in the gemstone world in its many forms and colors.
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Tanzanite
20 gn Tanzanite is a rare gemstone found in central Idalos.
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Tashmarine Diopside
10 gn Tashmarine Diopside is a brilliant yellow-green gemstone found in central Idalos.
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Tiger's Eye
12 gn Tiger's Eye is one of the most common minerals in Idalos and is well known in the gemstone world in its many forms and colors.
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Tiger's Eye Matrix
10 gn Tiger's Eye Matrix is the name given to tiger's eye that is cut and finished with some of its host rock intact.
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Topaz
12 gn Topaz is an important gem due to its hardness and high refractive index. Topaz comes in many colors and blue topaz is especially popular.
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Tremolite-Hexagonite
26 gn Tremolite-Hexagonite is a rare gemstone found in central Idalos.
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Tourmaline
8 gn Tourmaline is found in every color. It can show every tone from pastel to dark, and can display various colors in the same stone.
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Tsavorite Garnet
5 gn Tsavorite Garnet is one of the most common minerals in Idalos and is well known in the gemstone world in its many forms and colors.
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Turquoise
7 gn Turquoise is one of the most common minerals in Idalos and is well known in the gemstone world in its many forms and colors.
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Variscite
45 gn Variscite is a relatively rare type of phosphate mineral. High quality specimens are used as gemstones and for carvings.
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Verdite
2 gn Verdite is light to dark-green serpentine rock that is often spotted or variegated.
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Zircon
8 gn Zircon has great brilliance and intensive fire, due to its high refractive index and strong dispersion.