⇐ Green Chalcedony


...comes from Zimbabwe.

Emerald


...comes from Muzo and Chivor, in Colombia, South America

Green Onyx


...comes from Yemen, Uruguay, Argentina and Australia.

Garnet


...comes from USA and is found around the Black Sea.

⇐ Ruby


...comes from Afghanistan, Australia, Brazil, Colombia, India and Sri Lanka

⇐ Yellow Onyx


...comes from Turkey, Mexico, China, Iran, Italy and Egypt

⇐ Zircon (not Zirconia)


...comes from Australia and South Africa

⇐ Amethyst


...comes from state of Minas Gerais in Brazil

⇐ Aquamarine


The mines of Colombia, Zambia, Madagascar, Malawi, Tanzania and Kenya produce aquamarine.

⇐ Carnelian


Carnelian is a clear-to-translucent reddish-brown variety of chalcedony.

⇐ Lapis-Lazuli


Lapis lazuli is found in the Kokcha River valley of Badakhshan province in northeastern Afghanistan

⇐ Turquoise


...comes from Iran, Sinai and United States

⇐ Smoky Topaz


comes from Brazil, Pikes Peak area of Colorado and the Swiss Alps

⇐ Labradorite


...mainly comes from Labrador, Canada

⇐ Rose Quartz


...mined in Madagascar, South-Africa, Namibia, U.S.A. and Brazil

⇐ Peridot


...is mined in Brazil, China, Egypt, Mexico, Myanmar, Norway, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and Tanzania.

⇐ Aqua Zircon (not Zirconia)


...comes from Cambodia, Burma, Sri Lanka, Australia, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Afghanistan

⇐ Citrine


...is mined in Argentina, Bolivia, France, Madagascar, Russia, Scotland, Spain, Uruguay and Zambia.

⇐ Iolite


...mostly comes from India

⇐ Blue Chalcedony


The most valuable blue chalcedony is sourced from Oregon, USA

⇐ Jade


Mainly found China, India, Korea, Southeast Asia, Māori and Canada

⇐ Black Onyx


Black onyx is perhaps the most famous variety of Onyx which is found in Yemen, Uruguay, Argentina and Australia

⇐ Dark green Onyx


This Onyx variety is found in Pakistan

⇐ Different types of translucent Labradorite


The geological type area for labradorite is Paul's Island near the town of Nain in Labrador, Canada.

⇐ Different types of Labradorite


The geological type area for labradorite is Paul's Island near the town of Nain in Labrador, Canada.

⇐ Moonstone


Deposits of moonstone occur in Armenia, Australia, Austrian Alps, Mexico, Madagascar, Myanmar, Norway, Poland, India, Sri Lanka and USA.

⇐ Agate in various colours


Colorful agates were obtained over 3000 years ago from the Achates River, now called Dirillo. You can find them worldwide.

⇐ Pink Pearls


...are mostly Caribian, Akoya and South Sea pink pearls.

⇐ White Pearls


...are mostly Akoya, Tahitian or South Sea pearls.

⇐ Black Pearls


... are primarily cultivated around the islands of French Polynesia, around Tahiti.