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White: translucent to opaque

Blue Lace: banded in layers of predominately light blue

Moss: multi-shades of green

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A variety of Quartz, its lavender to violet shade is the result of iron and aluminium deposits, as well as natural irradiation. It is the birthstone for February

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A variety of Quartz characterised by bright inclusions of Mica or other minerals that give a shimmering or glistening effect to the stone. I use Green & Orange, Blue is coming soon!

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A glassy, translucent stone, Carnelian is a variety of Chalcedony, a mineral of the Quartz family. The colour naturally ranges from dark orange to deep red

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Also known as "Fibre Optic Bead", this is man-made using fibre optic glass. I use yellow, although there are numerous colours available

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Jade comes in a variety of colours; although green is the most recognised I like to use Amber Jade (Nephrite)

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Labradorite is a member of the Feldspar family and is treasured for its remarkable play of colour, known as labradorescence.

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Black Onyx belongs to the Quartz family and is a variety of Chalcedony. It is the birthstone for December

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Citrine is a transparent yellow variety of Quartz, ranging in colour from pale to golden yellow. It is the birthstone for November

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There are various natural stones which are referred to as Jade. I use Malaysian, Mashan, Mountain, Persia & Amethyst

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Naturally chalky white with dark veining, this porous stone is often dyed in a range of colours. I use turquoise

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A crystal that derives its name from its lovely rose pink colour,  these quartz crystals come naturally in a range of beautiful shades of pink

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The garnet crystal meaning is rooted in ancient history and comes from the Latin word ‘granatum’, which means pomegranate, a reference to its intense red colour

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There are numerous types of Jasper, which is a form of Chalcedony. This is Dalmatian Jasper

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Moss Agate is not banded, and therefore not strictly an Agate in scientific terms but is included in the Agate family. Agate is a variety of Chalcedony, a mineral of the Quartz family

A chatoyant gemstone with a golden to red-brown colour and a silky lustre.

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Hematite is the mineral form of iron oxide. It is the oldest known iron oxide mineral that has ever formed on earth, and is widespread in rocks and soils

Coming soon!

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Obsidian is a naturally occurring volcanic glass formed as an extrusive igneous rock. I use Mahogany (T), Brown (L) & Black Snowflake (R)

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I use both natural and synthetic Turquoise - still beautiful stones but at a pocket-friendly price

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