Monet Stone

NorthernNevada, United States The name ‘monet’ is a commercial name – reminiscent of the colors of Claude Monet’s paintings – mauve, greens, pink. There are at least two minerals…..a….. These may be the last stones so if you...

Red Agate

Chalcedony comes in many colors from the common tannish-grey often found on rock outcrops to greens and purples, reds and tans. People have given separate names to the various colors - bloodstone when there is spotted red (guess where that name comes from), carnelian...

Amber Sage Chalcedony

Chalcedony comes in many colors from the common tannish-grey often found on rock outcrops to greens and purples, reds and tans. People have given separate names to the various colors - bloodstone when there is spotted red (guess where that name comes from), carnelian...

Rhodonite

Rhondonite, a Mn-bearing silicate mineral, is not to be confused with Rhodochrosite, a Mn-bearing carbonate mineral. Rhondonite is usually a cool, rosy-pink and has a hardness of 5.5-6 which is hard enough to use in a variety of jewelry. Rhodonite is commonly finely...

Purple Chalcedony, Nevada

Chalcedony comes in many colors from the common tannish-grey often found on rock outcrops to greens and purples, reds and tans. People have given separate names to the various colors - bloodstone when there is spotted red (guess where that name comes from), carnelian...

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