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Uncommon quartz; occurs naturally where quartz crystallizes with inclusions of iron; can be derived when amethyst is subjected to heat
Not actually a stone or crystal but fossilized resin from coniferous trees; known as a precious gem; it's "younger version" is known as copal; widely known to have trapped bugs inside (though not common)
AKA Fool's Gold; name derived from the Greek word 'pyr', meaning "fire" due to sparking when struck
Precious gem; has epitomized power and wealth for thousands of years; an element on the periodic table
Quartz mineral, banded areas of red, brown, and yellow; sedimentary rock; found exclusively in Australia
Variety of beryl coloured by iron; often have inclusions of other minerals; hexagonal shape and parallel striations; named from Greek words 'helion' and 'doron' meaning "gift of the sun"
Formed from volcanic gases; creates blue flame when burned; odor is reminiscent of rotten eggs