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Unusual Stones

Long before the discovery of gold, man has had a fascination with jewels. Undoubtedly, the first man who stopped to look at a pretty pebble that spoke to his eye, instinctively picked it up and found a way to use it as an adornment. White diamonds have always been treasured, but a yellow, pink or blue diamond is a mysterious thing to behold. Blue sapphires are beautiful but a rare pink sapphire has a unique intensity all its own. Dark red garnets are familiar stones, but often, the violet-red of the rhodolite, the cinnamon-gold of the hessonite, or the emerald-green of the tsavorite are surprising discoveries. Other uncommon gemstones include the rubelite, indicolite, chalcedony, golden beryl, spinel, and jade in a variety of soft elusive colors.



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