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From clear lavender to deep purple, Amethyst comes in colors like mauve, indigo, and violet that evokes soothing qualities which are believed to purify and heal the soul.
Aquamarine gets its name from the Romans around 2000 years ago. It is derived from aqua meaning ‘water’ and marine meaning ‘ocean’.
Cat’s eye are usually tied to the mineral, Chrysoberyl. Chrysoberyl is derived from the Greek word ‘Berillos’ meaning ‘gold-white spar’.
Citrine is derived from citrus which describes a burst of juicy yellow from the family of citron fruit. This yellow-orange gemstone is believed to warm, comfort and energize the wearer’s soul.
Emerald is gemstone of an alluring deep green hue which holds an important position in the gem world being one of the precious stones among three other precious stones – diamonds, ruby, and sapphire.
Garnet comes from the Latin name malum granatum, which means ‘red pomegranate seeds’, perhaps because the small garnets look like the bright red seeds we find in a pomegranate.
Named after its original source in Labrador, Canada, labradorite is commonly referred to as a Blue moonstone.
There are a few different derivations of the name opal. Opal was said to be adapted from the word opalus, Latin for ‘gem’.
The neon blue incandescence of Paraiba tourmaline charms most at first sight. Apart from its alluring shade, the Paraiba tourmaline is known to be a rare find in the tourmaline family.
Peridot is a variety of Olivine and is named after the French word peritot, meaning gold, because the mineral can vary towards this color.
“Ruby” is derived from rubeus, Latin for ‘red’. Glowing intensely red, the ruby suggests an inextinguishable flame and is the most sought-after red-coloured gemstones.
“Sapphire” is derived from sapphirus, Latin for “blue”. The most highly valued blue sapphires are velvety blue with a strong vivid color saturation.
Star sapphires are sapphires with silk inclusions that serves to display a celestial six-rayed star across the surface of the stone when viewed under a single light source.
Spinel is derived from ‘spina’, Latin for ‘arrow’. Its trademark lies in its vivid intensity tinged with the energy of neon hues. The most representative hue in spinel is a vibrant pink.
Tanzanite can range from a clear violet-blue to a deep blue hue, sometimes burgundy when viewed at different angles.
Tourmaline is also known as an ‘Electric Stone’ (電気石) in Japanese, which was a name given to describe its unique quality of pyroelectric and piezoelectric that means it produces static electricity with heat treatment and polishing.