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Gemstone Chart (A Searchable Collection of Precious/Semi-precious Stone Information)

This is a searchable collection of  international precious stone/gem. With its sparkle and color, a gem can mystify and intrigue people.  Most gemstone buyers purchase gems  for making jewelry.  But some buyers are gemstone collectors. The chart is  resource for your gemstone buying and collecting.
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Gemstone Chart
Natural Andalusite Natural Andalusite
Andalusite is popular as a collector stone but is seldom used in jewelry probably because of it's unavailability. With a hardness of 7 - 7.5 andalusite is tough enough to be used in jewelry. Andalusite, especially in the rough, can easily be confused with alexandrite because of similarities in color
Categories: semi-precious stone
Chemical Composition: Al2SiO5
Crystal Group: Orthorhombic
Refractive Index: 1.628 - 1.647
Hardness: 7 - 7.5
Density: 3.13 - 3.21
Occurrence: Brazil, Sri Lanka, Spain, East Africa, Burma, U.S.A.

Natural Apatite Natural Apatite
Apatite displays strong fluorescence under short wave ultra-violet light. There is a particularly intense and deeply saturated, geenish-blue (aka swiss blue) variety from Madagascar known as "Neon Apatite" that is becoming quite popular in the gem trade.
Color: yellow, green, below, violet
Categories: semi-precious stone
Chemical Composition: Phosphate group
Crystal Group: Hexagonal
Refractive Index: 1.63-1.64
Hardness: 5
Density: 3.17-3.23
Occurrence: Burma, Ceylon, Madagascar, Mexico, Canada, India

Natural Danburite Natural Danburite
Danburite is a very spiritual stone that carries a pure vibration. With a hardness of 7, danburite is quite hard and suitable for any kind of jewelry. Danburite handles easily and ordinarily offers no problems for lapidaries. It makes an especially brilliant gem because of its extreme clarity.
Color: White, yellowish, very light pink, buff colored, very light brown
Categories: semi-precious stone
Chemical Composition: calcium borosilicate
Crystal Group: Orthorhombic
Refractive Index: 1.630(+.003,-.003) - 1.636 (+.003, -.003)
Hardness: 7
Density: 3
Occurrence: Danbury, Connecticut and Russell, New York, USA; Charcas, San Luis Potosi, Mexico; Kyushu Island, Japan; Mogok, Burma and Uri, Switzerland; Madagascar.

Natural Enstatite Natural Enstatite
Enstatite is a relatively common mineral, but is rarely used for jewelry purposes. It is generally cut for gem connoisseurs and collectors rather than for the common consumer.
Color: Gray, green, brown, orange-brown, yellowish-brown, colorless, pale yellow.
Categories: semi-precious stone
Chemical Composition: MgSiO3
Crystal Group: Orthorhombic
Refractive Index: 1.663-1.673
Hardness: 5.5
Density: 3.26-3.28
Occurrence: South Africa, Burma, Tanzania, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Germany, Norway, Greenland

Natural Iolite Natural Iolite
Iolite is a popular and interesting gemstone, and is the gem variety of the mineral cordierite.It has also been called water sapphire because it looks very much like a blue sapphire.
Color: violet, blue, dark blue,
Categories: semi-precious stone
Chemical Composition: MG2AL4SI5O18
Crystal Group: Orthorhombic
Refractive Index: 1.53 - 1.55
Hardness: 7 - 7.5
Density: 2.57 - 2.66
Occurrence: Sri Lanka; Burma; India; Tsivory,Madagascar; Canada; Namibia; Tanzania; Norway; U.S.A.; Brazil

Natural JadeiteNatural Jadeite
A rare, usually green mineral of the pyroxene group. Jadeite can also occur in white, auburn, buff, or violet varieties. The most highly valued form of jade consists of jadeite.Jade has a history in China of at least four thousands years.Experts believe that, although more expensive, diamonds and gold cannot be compared with jade - jade is animated with a soul.
Color: Pure white thru pink, brown, red, orange, yellow, mauve, violet, blue, and black, to an extensive range of green and mottled green and white.
Categories: semi-precious stone
Chemical Composition: NaAl(SiO3)2
Crystal Group: Monoclinic
Refractive Index: 1.654 - 1.667
Hardness: 7
Density: 3.32
Occurrence: Northern Myanmar. Non commercial discoveries of Jadeite have also been reported in China; Russia (in the Polar Urals); Niigata, Japan; San Benito County, California, USA, and Guatemala.

Natural Kunzite Natural Kunzite
Kunzite is the pink to light purple gem variety of the mineral Spodumene.Although kunzite is a relatively soft and delicate gem, and can fade after prolonged exposure to light, its appealing color makes it a popular gem. Small gems are seldom cut from kunzite because of its cleavage and strong pleochroism. It is rarely seen in rings, necklaces, or any other forms of jewelry where small stones are required.
Color: Pink, Lilac, Light Violet
Categories: semi-precious stone
Chemical Composition: LiAlSi2O6
Crystal Group: Monoclinic
Refractive Index: 1.660 - 1.675
Hardness: 7
Density: 3.17 - 3.19
Occurrence: Africa, Brazil, Canada, Madagascar, Mexico, Myanmar, Afghanistan, Sweden, and USA (California).

Natural Kyanite Natural Kyanite
Kyanite is a calming stone. It helps to quiet the mind, dissolving emotional, mental, or spiritual confusion, and letting go of anxiety.
Color: Blue, Greenish Blue.
Categories: semi-precious stone
Chemical Composition: AL2SIO5
Crystal Group: Triclinic
Refractive Index: 1.716 C 1.731
Hardness: 4.5 C 7.0
Density: 3.56 C 3.68
Occurrence: Kenya, Nepal, India, Burma,U.S.A.

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