Dive into the allure of our exclusive 5.12 ct Natural Amethyst Gemstone, a stunning addition to our February’s birthstone collection. This meticulously sourced gem boasts dimensions of 11.63 × 8.81 × 6.90 mm, exhibiting impeccable clarity under a loupe, a testament to its exceptional quality. Originating from the rich mines of Pakistan, this Amethyst has undergone no treatments, ensuring its authenticity and natural beauty.
Amethyst Loose Gemstone Informations:
- Gemstone Type: Natural Amethyst
- Weight: 5.12 ct
- Measurement (mm): 11.63 × 8.81 × 6.90
- Clarity: Loupe Clean
- Origin: Pakistan
- Treatment: None
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Clinohumite is a rare mineral that is a member of the humite group, a subgroup of silicates. It is a fluorescent mineral that glows a tan to yellowish orange color under a shortwave UV light. It is a bright yellowish through to orange gemstone that has an appearance similar to a mineral crossbreed of Hessonite Garnet and Sphalerite.
Clinohumite is commonly found as indistinct grains embedded in limestone. It was discovered in 1876 within the limestone ejecta of the Mount Vesuvius volcano complex near Naples, Italy.
2. Sapphire Stone unheated from Kashmir
Sapphire is the birthstone for September. Sapphires are a variety of corundum, a mineral that comes in a variety of colors, but is best known for its blue to violet color. The name sapphire comes from the Latin word for “blue stone,” sapphirus.
Sapphires are believed to have protected lovers for centuries, and in the Middle Ages, people believed they protected loved ones from harm and represented loyalty and trust.
Sapphires are also believed to have magical powers to exterminate spiders, other dangerous insects, and reptiles.