Being the leading names in industry we are engaged in offering a wide range of Rose Quartz Stone. Offered range comprises Rose Quartz Gemstone and Oval Rose Quartz Gemstone. These are highly demanded due to their perfect finish and competitive prices.
|Stone Name||Rose Quartz|
|Gemstone Material||Opal Stone|
|I Deal In||New Only|
One can avail from us a quality approved range of Oval Rose Quartz Gemstone. Offered Gemstone is very smooth in texture and is dimensionally accurate. It is very attractive and gives an appealing look to the wearer. It is also believed that Oval Rose Quartz Gemstone provides inner peace and helps in all issues pertaining to love and relationships. Moreover, it can be availed at market leading prices.
|Hardness||2 – 3|
Seraphinite ( gems quality clinochlore of the chlorite group) is a lovely dark green stone that change sparkle and light as you view it from different angles.
It comes from mine “Korshunovskaia” which is situated not far from Baikal lake in eastern Siberia, Russia.
Our clients can avail from us an exclusive range of Rose Quartz Gemstone. These are considered as the love stone and are highly demanded in market. It has a perfect finishing and provides a gentle vibration of love and inner peace to the wearer. Furthermore, many astrologers also believed that offered Rose Quartz Gemstone has a powerful vibrations to heal emotional and relationships issues in an effective manner.
|Hardness||6 To 6.5|
|Origin||CZECH REPUBLIC – MEXICO – CANADA|
An iron sulfide, marcasite is chemically identicalto pyrite. It comes predominantly in pyramidal and tubular crystal form. Marcasite jewelry is very popular in victorian times. Marcasite name comes from an arabic or moorish word applied genraly to minerals which look likes pyrite.
|Color||PALE PINK TO ROSY RED|
|Origin||Brazil & India|
|Transparency||Transparent to Translucent|
Rose quartz is one of the most desirable varieties of quartz. The pink to rose red color is completely unique, unlike any other pink mineral species. The color is caused by iron and titanium impurities.
Rose quartz is used as an ornamental stone and as a gemstone. Although rose quartz is usually too cloudy to be used as a cut gemstone, a few exceptional pieces are found with enough clarity and color to make fine gems. Most gemmy rose quartz is used as cabochons where the clarity is not as important as the color. Rose quartz is also a very attractive ornamental stone and is carved into popular spheres, pyramids, obelisks, figurines and ornate statues.
Rose quartz is found in Madagascar, India, Germany and several localities in the USA. Much rose quartz was extracted from a famous site near Custer, South Dakota, but now, most of the worlds supply of good carvable rose quartz comes from Brazil.
Brazil is also the only source of true well formed crystals of rose quartz. All rose quartz was believed to be only massive, found primarily in the cores of pegmatites. This lack of crystals is somewhat of a curiosity because quartz crystallizes into well formed crystals in all its other macroscopic varieties. So amazing are the rose quartz crystals that the first ones discovered were dismissed as fakes by mineralogists from around the world.
|Origin||Australia & brazil|
Quartz is the most common mineral on Earth. It is found in nearly every geological environment and is a component of almost every rock type. It makes up about 12% of the earth's crust, occurring in a wide variety of igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks. It is also the most varied in terms of variety and color. Rutilated quartz is found in Australia, Brazil, Kazakhstan, Madagascar, Norway, Pakistan and theUnited States.
Rutile is a major ore of titanium, which is a metal used for high tech alloys. It often forms needle-like crystal inclusions inside quartz. This form of quartz is known as rutilated quartz and it looks like small bars of imbedded gold.
Rutilated quartz has been referred to as Cupid's darts, Venus hair stone and Fleches d'amour. The name quartz comes from the Saxon word querklufterz which meant cross vein ore. The name rutile comes from the Latin word rutilus meaning red.
|Color||-Yellow with Brown|
Septarians were formed during the Cretaceous period, 50 to 70 million years ago when the Gulf of Mexico reached what is now Southern Utah. Decomposing sea life killed by volcanic eruptions, had a chemical attraction for the sediment around them, forming mud balls. as the ocean receded, the balls were left to dry and crack. Because of their bentonite content they also shrank at the same time trapping the cracks inside. As decomposed calcite from the shells was carried down into the cracks in the mud balls, calcite crystals formed. A thin wall of calcite was transformed into aragonite separating the bentonite heavy clay exteriors from the calcite centers. Because of this, the nodules are called septarians.
The name Septarian is derived from the Latin name, Septem, meaning seven. This relates to the fact that the mud balls cracked with 7 points in every direction, thereby creating the beautiful design.
Septarians are composed of Calcite (The Yellow Centers), Aragonite (The Brown Lines) and the Outer Grey Rock is Limestone. Occasionally the fossil or some of the fossils which started the formation of the rock is noticable in the rock.
|Stone Type||Not Specified|
|Minimum Order Quantity||50 Kilogram|
|Is It ISI Marked||Non ISI Marked|
|Uses||Jewelry;Decoration & Handicraft|
|Wood Specie||African Wood|
Petrified wood (from the Greek root "petro" meaning "rock" or "stone", literally "wood turned into stone") is a type of fossil: it consists of fossil wood where all the organic materials have been replaced with minerals (most often a silicate, such as quartz), while retaining the original structure of the wood. The petrifaction process occurs underground, when wood becomes buried under sediment and is initially preserved due to a lack of oxygen. Mineral-rich water flowing through the sediment deposits minerals in the plant's cells and as the plant's lignin and cellulose decay away, a stone mould forms in its place.
Elements such as manganese, iron and copper in the water/mud during the petrification process give petrified wood a variety of color ranges. Pure quartz crystals are colorless, but when contaminants are added to the process the crystals take on a yellow, red or other tint.
Petrified wood can preserve the original structure of the wood in all its detail, down to the microscopic level. Structures such as tree rings and the various tissues are often observed features.
It is a scene that is hard to imagine 225 million years later, when the land we see today is an arid desert scattered with wood that has since turned to stone. Petrified wood is real wood that has turned into rock composed of quartz crystals.
One of the greatest concentrations of petrified wood in the world is found in the Petrified Forest National Park in northeast Arizona. Logs as long as 200 feet and 10 feet in diameter have been found in the park.
What turned the wood to stone?
It is used often in jewelry making and for other types of decorative artwork.
|Stone Type||Not Specified|
|Color||YELLOW WITH PYRITE|