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The essence of the color purple, amethyst is beautiful enough for crown jewels yet affordable enough for class rings.

Named after seawater, aquamarine’s fresh watery hue is a cool plunge into a refreshing pool.
Diamonds are among nature’s most precious and beautiful creations.
Emerald is the bluish green to green variety of beryl, a mineral species that includes aquamarine.
Jade is actually two separate gems: nephrite and jadeite. In China, a pierced jade disk is a symbol of heaven.
A ghostly sheen moves under the surface of this feldspar, like moonlight glowing in water. 
Morganite is the pink to orange-pink variety of beryl, a mineral that includes emerald and aquamarine. 
Perfect shining spheres. Lustrous baroque forms. Seductive strands, warm to the touch. Pearls are simply and purely organic. 
Found in lava, meteorites, and deep in the earth’s mantle, yellow-green peridot is the extreme gem. 

Depending on their trace element content, sapphire varieties of the mineral corundum might be blue, yellow, green, orange, pink, purple or even show a six-rayed star if cut as a cabochon.