Gemstones We Use

Apache Gold Apache Gold

From Arizona & Oregon. A rich, black mineral with gold accents, this stone contains real gold within a matrix of copper sulphides and silver.
From Arizona. Found in copper ores, the “blue sky” stone wears its name well. A New Age stone used by healers and priests of antiquity, today it is said to serve as an aid to meditation.
Charoite is found only along the Chara River Valley in a very remote area of East Central Siberia. It is said to be useful for the cleansing and purification of one’s energy body as well as for the transmutation of negative energies within oneself.
From the Phillippines. Formed from the skeletons of tiny sea creatures. Said to promote creativity, passion, romantic love, wisdom, optimism and enthusiasm.
Dinosaur BoneDinosaur Bone
From Utah. 150 million year old petrified bone from a sauropod (brontosaurus). The colors vary from red to brown, black, white & yellow depending on the minerals surrounding the bone as it became petrified.
White PearlWhite Pearl
Mother of pearl shares in a rich tradition in which shells of various sizes and types were used as currency by islanders and traders alike. Still highly prized, pearl-handled knives and guns are favorites among collectors.
Gold PearlGold Pearl
White Pearl with one exception, the calcium is removed to accent hues of gold and orange.
From the Southwest. Sometimes called black amber, this stone is prized for its mirror-deep reflections. Its neutral, jet-black color makes it a popular accent stone.
Lapis LazuliLapis
From Afghanistan. Royal stone of the ancient Eqyptians, this rich blue jewel, flecked with pyrite, is associated with power, wisdom, and psychic abilities.
From the Congo. Another cousin of copper, this rich green gem swirls with bands and circles of varied hues and was believed to ward off diseases, lightning, and witchcraft.
Commonly called royal lavulite, this is the newest and rarest gemstone in the world of fine jewelry. A stunning violet-purple, it was discovered in the early 1980s.
From the southwest. The powers and legends ascribed to this deep-blue-to-pale-green jewel are legion. Turquoise has been prized by many cultures including the Egyptians, Persians, Druids, Chinese, and American Indians.