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All the world's gemstones are represented within the gemstone pendant line in the silver jewelry catalog. Such varieties include turquoise, onyx, sugilite, garnet, aquamarine, pearls, and many more in a wide variety of colors and cuts.


Agate
Agate
A beautiful Stone available in a variety of colors.
Amber
Amber
Yellow, Honey, Cherry and Green Amber are all found in our Amber Stone Category.
Amethyst
Amethyst
A violet variety of Quartz.
Aquamarine
Aquamarine
A delicate blue or turquoise color, suggestive of the tint of seawater.
 
Aventurine
Aventurine
A typically green colored stone that may also be found in orange, brown, yellow, blue or gray.
Blue Topaz
Blue Topaz
A blue stone which is also the State Gemstone for Texas.
Citrine
Citrine
A variety of Quartz ranging in color from pale yellow to brown.
Crystal
Crystal
Charms with crystals in a variety of colors.
 
CZ
CZ
A beautiful and more affordable alternative to Diamonds.
CZ Birthstone
CZ Birthstone
CZ's in every color for every birth month.
Diamond
Diamond
Diamonds and Jewelry both a girls best friend.
Emerald
Emerald
A green colored stone.
 
Garnet
Garnet
A dark red stone similar in color to the pomegranate seed.
Gaspeite
Gaspeite
A green apple colored mineral.
Glass
Glass
A hard, brittle, transparent material available in a rainbow of colors.
Hematite
Hematite
A mineral typically colored black to steel or silver-gray.
 
Howlite
Howlite
A dye-able mineral white in color with fine gray or black veins.
Jet
Jet
Black or dark brown in color and can include pyrite inclusions which are a brassy color.
Lapis
Lapis
An intense blue colored mineral lightly dusted with small flecks of golden pyrite.
Malachite
Malachite
A mineral often the results from weathering of copper ores.
 
Marcasite
Marcasite
Often mistaken for pyrite, but marcasite is lighter and more brittle.
Moonstone
Moonstone
A beautiful stone with a moon like color.
Mother of Pearl
Mother of Pearl
A strong, resilient, and iridescent white colored shell.
Multistone
Multistone
Jewelry with an array of colors and stones.
 
Obsidian
Obsidian
A naturally occurring volcanic glass formed as an extrusive igneous rock.
Onyx
Onyx
A black variety of Quartz.
Opal
Opal
A mineraloid ranging in color from clear through white, gray, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, magenta, rose, pink, slate, olive, brown, and black.
Pearl
Pearl
A hard, roundish object produced within the soft tissue of a living shelled mollusk.
 
Peridot
Peridot
A green stone, Peridot is one of the few gemstones that occur in only one color.
Quartz
Quartz
The second most abundant mineral in the Earth's continental crust.
Rose Quartz
Rose Quartz
A pink or "rose" variety of Quartz.
Ruby
Ruby
A pink to blood-red colored gemstone.
 
Sapphire
Sapphire
A Gemstone available in blue or black.
Sugilite
Sugilite
A relatively rare pink to purple mineral.
Tanzanite
Tanzanite
A blue/purple variety of the mineral zoisite which was discovered in the Meralani Hills of Northern Tanzania
Tigereye
Tigereye
A member of the Quartz group that is yellow- to red-brown, with a silky luster.
 
Turquoise
Turquoise
An opaque, blue-to-green mineral.
     
 


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