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We do not even know the name of many millions of tons of precious stones found in the earth's crust. Every brilliant stone we see is not diamonds or diamonds.
There are many precious stones in the Earth's crust. The formation of these stones takes place in many different ways. They can be obtained in different ways. When we speak of precious stones, we first come to our minds of diamonds or emeralds, perhaps sapphires and rubies. But the earth's crust is very different and there are various precious stones. We've never heard of many of them. We don't know his name, we're saying it's a diamond ...
In this article, we have tried to compile the precious stones that are not known much from the precious stones around the world. Let's make a reminder; Do not be surprised if you can not find the stones you hear in our article!
AMAZONIT: He got his name from the Amazon River. This name is given because the view resembles the river. Semi-precious and healing stones. Transparent and semi-transparent in nature. The hardness is 6. The light blue color may fade when touched too. It can be damaged by hot environments. It is a lucky stone of Aquarius and Virgo. The benefits are believed to strengthen the body, reduce the negative energy, give the power of grip. Madagascar, the United States, India, Russia and Brazil are the main countries of origin.
TURMALINE: Also known as “rainbow stone TUR. The hardness is between 7 - 7,5. Crystals are prismatic. Prism surfaces are longitudinally scratched. Parallel or radial crystal groups are common. It is usually black and bluish black. Colorless, pink, blue, green and close to the transparent can be. It is glassy. Crystal form, scratches, colors and stiffness are significant features. In ancient Egypt, he was believed to have gone through the rainbow as he exited the earth. This legend is the reason why he is referred to as a rainbow stone. Semi-precious stone. It is believed that it strengthens the intuition and destroys it. Afghanistan, Italy, Russia, Madagascar and Turkey.
ZEBERCET (KRISOLITE): Olivine is a transparent and light green colored species. Also known as da peridot “. There is only one green color. Shades of green color. It has a clear yellow green color in its transparent green color. It has a glass sheen and an oily appearance. The hardness is between 6.5 - 7. It has been used for about 4000 years. It is rumored that Cleopatra was his favorite stone. Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Australia, Kenya, Brazil, Mexico and Sri Lanka are rich in zebercet. The Red Sea It has been extracted from John Island for about 3 thousand years. There are beliefs that prevent irritability, prevent melancholicism and delusions and have positive effects against feelings of guilt. It is the stone of August and is the lucky stone of lion and scales.
AKUAMARIN: This rare stone known as de water blue bilinen has a hardness of 7.5 - 8. Its crystal structure is prismatic, blue colored and emerald-cut. Available in light blue and dark blue, transparent and glass. Sun, light and heat affected by color may fade. It is a silicate type of beryl mineral. It is located among the healing stones. Along with its protective and soothing properties, it is also stated that it is good for allergic diseases. It can also be used against tension and stress. It is the stone of March and the lucky stone of Scorpio. Aquamarine; It is a stone found in countries such as Sri Lanka, Burma, India, Kenya, Mozambique, South Africa, Nigeria, Pakistan, USA, Rhodes, Tanzania, Brazil and Australia.
LAPY: It is a precious stone. Also known as da Lapis lazuli “. The hardness value is 5 - 6. Calcite formed by contact metamorphism of limestones, together with pyroxene and other silicates, contains large amounts of lazurite mineral. It is a precious blue gemstone with a dark blue and navy blue color. It could be yellow metallic. It was used in ancient Egypt. It is stated that it increases the physical and communication skills, regulates tension, reduces anxiety, gives vitality and removes children from fear.
ALEKSANDIRITE: It is called “Aleksanderin Tası“ (Stone of Alexander). This title was inspired by the Russian Tsar Aleksandered. The hardness value is 8.5. Available in green red. It may be yellow and brown. It is translucent, glass-shiny. Its physical structure is in the form of prism. The color type and tone vary according to the light. Russia is the richest country in Alexandrites. He is known as healing. It represents wealth. It is believed to have recovered in difficult situations, given confidence and concentration. It's the stone of June.
TURKUAZ: It is known as “Turkish Stone TURK. The hardness value is 6. It is in turquoise blue color. Rarely greenish and black-veined. It has a natural brightness that is not transparent. It is sensitive to external factors. It is negatively affected by fats. Products such as skin creams, some oily cosmetics and sun oils damage the turquoise and become discolored. Turkuaz is referred to as dı Turkish stone ya because it has been transported to Europe via Anatolia. The most valuable turquoise stones are found in Iran. Tibet, Tanzania, USA, Afghanistan, China and Israel are other countries where the turquoise has been removed. Heals among the healing stones. It is believed to destroy negative energy. It is stated that it is good for eye and stomach diseases.
OBSIDIAN: An old name given to volcanic glass. Also known as bilinir volcano glass “. It may be black, brown and sometimes green. It is generally a rock with rhyolitic composition. It shows conchoidal (conchoidal) diffraction. It has been used in spearhead, arrowhead and sharp tools in history. There are traces of jewelery and artistic objects. Nowadays, it is used in medicine at the end of the scalpel blade and as a semi-precious stone. Near Mount Hasan encountered in Turkey. It is believed that it takes the negative energy in the body, helps cleanse the liver and soothes anger. It's the lucky charm of Scorpio.
CITRIN: Orange colored, 7 hardness value is a healing stone. It can be yellow, orange and brownish orange. The array is treated with various types of cuts called carving and tumbling. It is a stone found in Namibia, Sri Lanka, Madagascar, Bolivia and Brazil. It is believed to give confidence and strength. It is also stated that it prevents depression, gives clarity of mind, and instills feelings of joy and happiness. It is a stone used in massage oils.
KALSEDON: It is also known as liman Kadikoy stone kel since it was sent from Kadikoy port to other countries. It is called ”blue gold Anadolu in Anatolia. It is commonly found in Anatolia, commonly in Eskişehir. The past dates back to the Hittites. It has a waxy brightness, semi-opaque. It is usually found in blue white colors. It may also be yellow, green, gray and brown. It is a cryptocrystalline quartz stone containing silicon oxide. It takes different names according to the colors. It is believed that chalcedony stones, seen as a symbol of success and power, feed the soul.
MALAHİT: Also known as ”malachite stone MAL. It is a typical mineral of secondary origin formed in the oxidation zone of copper deposits. Available in bright green, blackish-green, semi-transparent or opaque. The line color is pale green. Some types of diamonds are shimmering and glassy. Needle-like crystals are ipekimsidir. Massive ones are dull and dull. Its shape, color and resolution are the distinguishing features. Copper deposits are found with azurite, cuprite and copper. It can form a community with calcite, chrysocolla and limonite. Easy to break, soluble in ammonia. Hungary, South America, Germany, Siberia, found in Africa, and Turkey.
OPAL: Also known as ”color stone OP. Due to its rich color reproduction, it is named after this name. The hardness value is between 5 - 6,5. It is sensitive to pressure and impacts. It contains many colors. Transparent, opaque, glass has a bright appearance. There is 30 percent water content. As the amount of water decreases, the color decreases. If the water is completely lost, it will crack and the color game on it will end. Therefore, it should be kept in damp and cotton fabrics. Care should be taken to avoid water evaporation due to the heat generated during processing. Opal stone is a very sensitive stone against external factors. It is sensitive to light and mechanical reactions. Cleaning agents, chemicals and oil, such as when touched is negatively affected. Its use also requires precision. Opal, most Australian, Czech Republic, Japan, Slovakia, USA, Brazil, is a stone found in Guatemala and Turkey. Opal, which is the stone of October, is also a lucky stone of bucket and scales. It is believed to have many benefits and healing.
GARNET: Also known as ”garnet” or ”stone of mercy GAR. It is a glass-shiny stone in rhombic physical structure with a black red color and a hardness ranging from 6.5 to 7.5. White rose can be yellow, blue, red, green, purple, lilac and black. Colorless, transparent, and translucent. Changes color when heated. It is one of the oldest stones believed to be healing. It is believed that it gives hope in hopes and hard times against hopelessness. It is stated that there are some benefits as it gives out cunning and destroys the sense of cruelty. It is the stone of the month of January and is the auspicious of the scorpion and bucket signs. Main; It is found in Slovakia, Brazil, Czech Republic, Australia, Zaire, Sri Lanka, USA, Zambia, South Africa, Tanzania, India and Afghanistan. It is called m garnet arn in Latin meaning “grain Y because it looks like a rounded crystal.
KAPLANGÖZÜ: Brown is a pseudomorphic quartz stone. The hardness is 7. It was named after the tiger's eye-like appearance. It is one of the most precious and healing stones. It is an iridescent, polished stone with a silky appearance. It is believed to increase the sense of ownership, to give mental calm and to benefit from insomnia. It is located in Australia, South Africa and Burma.
TANZANIT: It is an extraordinary stone. It is a stone with transparent blue color and has a hardness value of 6 - 7. Colors; It differs from transparent blue, violet purple, bluish purple. It can also be found in green, yellow and rarely pink. When polished, the pink light surrounding the blue color appears and this is the most extraordinary feature. It is named after Tanzanite, one of the cities of its origin, Tanzania. Transparencies are processed with cut types containing facets. Sequence and engraving are processed by cutting methods. It is believed that the mind and heart increase the energy, provide foresight in the biological and spiritual sense and are good for depression.
Other Precious Stones The
family of precious stones is very wide. Some stones can also be divided among themselves. Especially, there are many kinds of quartz group stones. We hear many of the names mentioned above except stones; but the other stones known to be valuable and healing are as follows;
Atakamit, and you, moonstone, apatite, Benitoite, Alexander moves, zultanite, morganite, fluorite, havlit, hematite, calamine (Hemimorphite), kavansit, Afghanite, chrysanthemum, jasper, HELIODOR, blood carries, lolita, lines move, danburite, goshenit, beryl, kyanite, labradorite, ceylon, hidenit, lava rock, rock crystal, magnetite, uvaronit, orthoclase, Rhodochrosite, mystical, moldavite, rhodonite, spinel, sodalite, varisit, onyx, Dioptase, topaz, zircon, zuldanit, zoisite.
(The world's most precious stone jadeite ...)
THE MOST VALUABLE 10 STONE The 10
most precious stones in the world, which are extremely rare, can attract as much as million million dollars, are the following;
Jadeite: Karat 3 million dollars
Red diamond: Karat 2.5 million dollars,
Serendibite: Carat 1.6 million dollars,
Blue Garnet: Carat 1.5 million dollars,
Grandidierite: Carat 100 thousand dollars,
Painite: Carat 50 thousand dollars,
Musgravite : Karati 35 thousand dollars,
Bixbite: Karat 10 thousand dollars,
Black Opal: Karat 2 thousand 500 dollars,
Jeremejetive: Karat 2 thousand dollars.

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