One of our favorite is Chalcedony because of its beautiful Light Blue color and Sleeping Beauty because of it Sky Blue color and then there’s Amethyst, Tanzanite, Emerald, Citrine, Azurite, Aquamarine, Sapphire, Kyanite, Tourmaline, Lapis Lazuli, Rose Quartz, Smokey Quartz, Snow Quartz, and Crystal Quartz, Kunzite, Jade, Snowflake Obsidian, Onyx, Crackle Agate, Aventurine, Garnet, and Amazonite, and my list goes on and on and on ………….. And it seems like it never stops. There are many more that we are interested in and I am sure you have many favorites too.
Another reason why certain gemstones are favorites is that you can combine any other gemstones or crystals or any other stone with the above gemstones and they will still always look amazing, incredible and exquisite. Then there’s the factor that every gemstone is very different in its own way and is dissimilar in color making them unique. These rare and unique gemstones are definitely distinguished from all other gemstones because of their beauty and their high value.
We all know there are many beautiful and interesting gemstones out there and there are many more that we don’t even know about or inquire about. The world of gemstones is a fascinating one to observe. You’d be surprised to know that many of the best precious and semi-precious gemstones come from the country or state by which we live in. I bet you never thought about this. It is surprising to know how close and accessible they are to us. Sometimes knowing from where the gemstone originates is totally interesting just like the gemstone itself. Below are a few places from where gemstones originate, hopefully this can benefit you and provide you with some knowledge about gemstones.
What Gemstones are found in Canada?
• Amethyst, Jasper, Agate, Snowflake Obsidian.
What Gemstones are found in North Carolina?
• Emeralds, Rubies, and Sapphires.
What Gemstones are found in Alaska?
• Nephrite Jade, Rhodonite, Quartz in several colors, Garnet, Gold in Quartz.
What Gemstones are found in Mexico?
• Opals, Agate, Amethyst, Obsidian, Amber, Quartz Crystals and Turquoise.
Therefore the next time you purchase your favorite precious or semi-precious stone you will surely observe its beautiful color without a doubt I am sure. Though this time you will probably be curious to ask where your gemstone originates from. Don’t be too surprised or astonished to know that it probably emanates from a place very close to you, probably from the country you live in, now that’s amazing.
Tell me what is your favorite gemstone?
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