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Amethyst-I wanna go to Brazil and get some of my own like this!

Amethyst-I wanna go to Brazil and get some of my own like this!

ammonite--The name "ammonite", from which the scientific term is derived, was inspired by the spiral shape of their fossilized shells, which somewhat resemble tightly coiled rams' horns.

ammonite--The name "ammonite", from which the scientific term is derived, was inspired by the spiral shape of their fossilized shells, which somewhat resemble tightly coiled rams' horns.

19 Incredibly Rare Opal Gemstones - Gallery

19 Incredibly Rare Opal Gemstones

Morganite is the pink to purplish-pink variety of Beryl. Morganite was first identified in 1910, and was named the following year by George F. Kunz in honor of financier and banker J.P. (John Pierpont) Morgan. Morgan was an avid collector of gemstones.

Morganite is the pink to purplish-pink variety of Beryl. Morganite was first identified in 1910, and was named the following year by George F. Kunz in honor of financier and banker J.P. (John Pierpont) Morgan. Morgan was an avid collector of gemstones.

Grains of sand magnified by 250 times.

Grains of sand magnified by 250 times.

Iridescent Bornite from Leonard Mine, Butte Mining District, Summit Valley, Silver Bow County, Montana

Iridescent Bornite from Leonard Mine, Butte Mining District, Summit Valley, Silver Bow County, Montana

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