Minerals and rocks

Minerals And Rocks

Crystal Info Crystal Knowledge For Minerals And Rocks Crystal is a sub-category of minerals and rocks. By understanding minerals and rocks, we can better understand crystals. Read More Table of Contents Minerals Minerals, or free and uncombined natural elements, such as gold, silver, copper, etc.; or compounds of elements, such as feldspar, limestone, amphibole, and …

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Crystal Birthstone


Crsytal Info Crystal Birthstone Because people have good faith in gems and wish the wearers safety and good fortune, so long ago in history, they gave each other gems as gifts. The use of gem birthstones began in Germany and Poland in 1562, and is currently popular all over the world. More Crystal Knowledge Table …

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Crystal and Gems Processing

The mined crystal usually needs to be processed to maximize its value and function to meet people’s needs for viewing, wearing, and collecting. According to the crystal raw materials and the purpose of processing, the processing of crystals is generally divided into processing of rough crystals, crystal jewelry and crystal carvings. Crystal jewelry processing mainly includes curved, faceted, bead and special shapes.

The flower representing the consummation of the earth-white crystal

What we call “white crystal” is actually not white, but colorless and transparent. Transparent and pure white crystal is a quartz crystal whose main chemical component is silica. As far as the entire crystal family is concerned, white crystals are the most widely distributed and the most numerous. The white crystal is crystal clear, similar …

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What color tourmaline is the most valuable

Tourmaline is a well-known gem species second only to precious gems, and is the most valuable of all common semi-precious stones. It is a borosilicate with a very complex composition. The mine is called tourmaline. It will generate static electricity after being heated and rubbed, and it can adsorb small objects. This is why tourmaline …

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