Ammolites

One of the only three biogenic (produced by living organisms) gemstones, together with pearl and amber. It’s made from fossilized ammonite shell, and comes in all colors, however the thicker the gem, the more red & green it appears.

Alexandrites

Alexandrite actually shimmers green in the daylight, and red in artificial light, giving it a purple color because if the combination of the two. That could be why it symbolizes balance in a lot of cultures.

Emeralds

Deriving it’s glorious green color from the presence of chromium and vanadium. Colombia yields the largest amount of emeralds, contributing to more than 50% of all emerald production worldwide.

Labradorites

Known as the magic gem. Labradorite meaning can be traced back to the native peoples of icy Canada that believed the stone was created from frozen fire, a result of the northern lights.

Aquamarines

Known as the magic gem. Labradorite meaning can be traced back to the native peoples of icy Canada that believed the stone was created from frozen fire, a result of the northern lights.

Diamonds

Known as the magic gem. Labradorite meaning can be traced back to the native peoples of icy Canada that believed the stone was created from frozen fire, a result of the northern lights.

Garnets

Known as the magic gem. Labradorite meaning can be traced back to the native peoples of icy Canada that believed the stone was created from frozen fire, a result of the northern lights.

Turquoise

Known as the magic gem. Labradorite meaning can be traced back to the native peoples of icy Canada that believed the stone was created from frozen fire, a result of the northern lights.

Topazes

Known as the magic gem. Labradorite meaning can be traced back to the native peoples of icy Canada that believed the stone was created from frozen fire, a result of the northern lights.

Amethysts

Known as the magic gem. Labradorite meaning can be traced back to the native peoples of icy Canada that believed the stone was created from frozen fire, a result of the northern lights.

Ametrines

Known as the magic gem. Labradorite meaning can be traced back to the native peoples of icy Canada that believed the stone was created from frozen fire, a result of the northern lights.

Tanzanite

Known as the magic gem. Labradorite meaning can be traced back to the native peoples of icy Canada that believed the stone was created from frozen fire, a result of the northern lights.

Zircons

Known as the magic gem. Labradorite meaning can be traced back to the native peoples of icy Canada that believed the stone was created from frozen fire, a result of the northern lights.

Onyx

Known as the magic gem. Labradorite meaning can be traced back to the native peoples of icy Canada that believed the stone was created from frozen fire, a result of the northern lights.

Sapphires

Known as the magic gem. Labradorite meaning can be traced back to the native peoples of icy Canada that believed the stone was created from frozen fire, a result of the northern lights.

Rubies

Known as the magic gem. Labradorite meaning can be traced back to the native peoples of icy Canada that believed the stone was created from frozen fire, a result of the northern lights.

Tourmalines

Known as the magic gem. Labradorite meaning can be traced back to the native peoples of icy Canada that believed the stone was created from frozen fire, a result of the northern lights.

Tiger Eye

Known as the magic gem. Labradorite meaning can be traced back to the native peoples of icy Canada that believed the stone was created from frozen fire, a result of the northern lights.

Peridots

Known as the magic gem. Labradorite meaning can be traced back to the native peoples of icy Canada that believed the stone was created from frozen fire, a result of the northern lights.

Peridots

Known as the magic gem. Labradorite meaning can be traced back to the native peoples of icy Canada that believed the stone was created from frozen fire, a result of the northern lights.