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Canadian Jade is an ornamental stone. The term jade is applied to two different rocks that are made up of different silicate minerals. Magnesium-rich amphibole mineral actinolite (aggregates of which also make up one form of asbestos). The rock called jadeitite consists almost entirely of jadeite, a sodium- and aluminium-rich pyroxene. The trade name Jadite is sometimes applied to translucent / opaque green glass.
Jadeite was used by people from the prehistoric for similar purposes. Both are about the same hardness as quartz, and they are exceptionally tough. They are beautifully coloured and can be delicately shaped. Thus it was not until the 19th century that a French mineralogist determined that “jade” was in fact two different materials.
Among the earliest known jade artifacts excavated from prehistoric sites are simple ornaments with bead, button, and tubular shapes. Additionally, jade was used for axe heads, knives, and other weapons. As metal-working technologies became available, the beauty of jade made it valuable for ornaments and decorative objects.
Jade is the official gemstone of British Columbia, where it is found in large deposits in the Lillooet andCassiar regions. It is also the official gemstone of the state of Alaska, found particularly in the Kobuk area. A two ton block of jade sits outside the Anchorage Visitor’s Center in downtown Anchorage, Alaska, mined from near Kobuk and donated to the city as a showpiece. Jade is also the state gemstone of Wyoming,U.S.A.
|Transparency||TRANSLUCENT to transparent|
|Color||LILAC TO PURPLE|
Charoite is a rare mineral, named for the Chara River and found only in the Sakha Republic, Siberia, Russia.
Charoite is a strong, translucent lavender to purple in color, reminding some of a granite or marble with its pearly, swirling luster. However, it is a discrete mineral rather than a rock. Charoite is strictly massive in nature, and fractures are conchoidal. It has an unusual swirling, fibrous appearance, sometimes chatoyant, and that, along with its intense color, sometimes of a “grape” nature, can lead many to believe at first that it is synthetic or enhanced artificially.
Though reportedly discovered in the 1940s, it was not known to the outside world until its description in 1978. It is said to be opaque and unattractive when found in the field, a fact that may have contributed to its late recognition. Charoite is used as an ornamental stone and sometimes a gemstone, generally as cabochons set into pendants.
Russia has fairly strict prohibitions on the exportation of charoite. Generally, charoite is permitted to be exported only after the stone has been worked, for example, into figurines or other type ornaments. It is therefore difficult to procure “unworked” or “rough” charoite in a form suitable for further working into jewelry such as cabochons.
Agatized Dinosaur Bone or “dino bone” is the result of fossilized bone from dinosaurs in which the cellular structure has been replaced with quartz, leaving the bone structure intact. The resulting stone is a 7 on theMohs scale.
Many excellent specimens of dinosaur bone are found in and around the American southwest. Dinosaur bone ranges in color from brown to black with splotches of red, blue and bright yellow. Dark yellow-gold and red dinosaur bone is also found, but is more rare. The coloring of the specimen is due to impurities that were in the surrounding sediment.
It is illegal to collect dino bone on US state or federal lands thus making agatized dinosaur bone more valuable
|Hardness||5 – 5.5|
|Color||PINK TO RED TO REDDISH BROWN|
Eudialyte, whose name derives from the Greek eu and dialytos, meaning “well decomposable”, is a somewhat rare, red silicate mineral, which forms in alkaline igneous rocks, such as nepheline syenites.
Eudialyte is used as a minor ore of zirconium. Another use of eudialyte is as a minor gemstone, but this use is limited by its rarity, which is compounded by its poor crystal habit. These factors make eudialyte of primary interest as a collector's mineral.
Prominent localities of eudialyte include Mont Saint-Hilaire in Canada and the Kola Peninsula in Russia, but it is also found in Greenland, Norway, and Arkansas. The lack of crystal habit, associated with color, is also useful for identification, as are associated minerals. A pink-red mineral with no good crystals associated with other alkaline igneous material, especially nepheline and aegirine, is a good indication a specimen is eudialyte.
|Hardness||2 to 2. 5|
|Origin||russia mexico us and canada|
Fossil coral occurs throughout the world. Reefal limestone are in essence fossil remnants of coral reefs. Massive preservation of coral reefs has occurred for hundreds of millions of years. Agatised fossil corals are known to occurs in many parts of the world, Thailand, china, USA, Indonesia and dozens of other countries.
But it is rare that the silicification process takes place and preserves the coral polyp image. The agatised coral is collected along stream beds or by digging pits in the mountains where exposures of the Miocene lime stones outcrop.
We slab off agatised top end of the coral where the best polyp images are preserved. This was the most porous portion and therefore received the most exposure to element in the groundwater. The usable (polish able) material less than 5% of the rough. Another 70% is waste from the cutting and polishing. Polish able material with preserved clear defined coral polyp images is a mere fraction of the polish able material. Perfect images are relatively rare. Colors vary widely depending on the extent of exposure to iron and other elements in the reacting groundwater solutions.