Mohave Purple TURQUOISE designer cab Silverhawk's designer gemstones.

~ Mohave turquoise ~ It is composed of small chunks of natural blue turquoise (some with fabulous spiderwebbing), to which they added purple dye and a brassy-bronze metallic. These are the colors I want in my livingroom

purple and blue boulder opal and opalized wood...cut by Bill Kasso

themagicfarawayttree: “Beautiful purple and blue boulder opal and opalized wood…cut by Bill Kasso” Walks in two worlds.

Nature Art: "Rainbow Rock" Benjamin Cowderoy	 or BenjaminNeil 2010-09-10 (@flickr 4977585595)

"Rainbow Rock"- the detail with the perspective on the side facing away is a nice touch. If only the same care had been put into making the gradient more organic. plus a small, selective color palate is much more attractive than an easy rainbow.

fauxpals (Faux Opals) by meeellla, via Flickr  Instructions to make can be found at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/meeellla/6141416863/#

marshmallowsandbubbles: “ what kind of wizardry is this? ” I thought it was real opal to begin with but the source says it is a polymer clay faux made to look like opal. I want some!

Agate Amethyst Geode (Blue Lace Agate.) From Brazil

Crystal Intentions ⊰♡⊱ Blue Lace Agate Amethyst Geode from Brazil

Happy Rock  Trust  Hand-Painted Beach Rock Stone  blue

Happy Rock - Trust - Hand-Painted Beach Rock Stone - blue forget me nots flowers

This looks magical. And, yeah, it felt REALLY weird typing the word "magical" to describe a rock.

sparkling gemstones Natural Blue Calcite Crystal Gemstone Rock Knobs by TheHobKnobery Amethyst Crystal Flower Opal Gemstones - Bing Images g.

These beautiful rock garden markers have been painted with special outdoor paint. They look beautiful in the garden - get the instructions to make your own!

Painted Rock Garden Markers

These beautiful rock garden markers have been painted with special outdoor paint. They look beautiful in the garden - get the instructions to make your own! Make with Ben?

Scorodite is a common hydrated iron arsenate mineral.  It is found in hydrothermal deposits and as a secondary mineral in gossans (intensely oxidized, weathered or decomposed rock) worldwide.  Scorodite weathers to limonite.  Named from the Greek Scorodion, "garlicky";  when heated it smells of garlic.

Scorodite is a common hydrated iron arsenate mineral. It is found in hydrothermal deposits and as a secondary mineral in gossans (intensely oxidized, weathered or decomposed rock) worldwide. Scorodite weathers to limonite. Named from the Greek Scorodio

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