Venus is the planet of beauty and love. It governs how we interact with others in our relationships, and it rules how affectionate we are, how we create beauty, and how much we love ourselves. Crystals associated with Venus soften us up and let our sensual and sentimental sideshow, allowing us to build meaningful relationships and connections with those we admire.
Cat's Eye Tourmaline
When you gaze into this gem your attention is immediately drawn to its mesmerizing "Cat’s Eye" effect. It's like a delicate beam of light gracefully dancing across the stone, brought to life by inclusions that reflect light back at you
Cat's Eye Emerald
Cat's Eye Emerald gets its name from a mesmerizing optical phenomenon called chatoyancy. This beautiful crystal has a strip of light that dances like a cat's eye. The Cat's Eye Emerald's lush green to deep emerald color makes it a magnificent addition to any collection.
Agate Geode is a variety of Agate characterized by hollow cavities lined with crystals, like Quartz, and covered in an outer layer of Agate. They are chemically composed of silicon dioxide and belong to the silicate mineral family.
Aqualite is a variety of Eudialyte, exhibiting a range of colors, like pink, purple, cream, brown, red, maroon, and blue due to the presence of elements like iron, zirconium, yttrium, aluminum, titanium, and silicon. It has a vitreous and waxy luster due to its silica content.
Harlequin Opal is a variety of Black Opal with repetitive angular patterns. This type of Precious Opal is typically seen with contrasting and fiery flashes of multiple colors, boasting transparent to translucent appearances.
Navajo Turquoise holds a strong cultural significance, particularly within Native American traditions. This stone was discovered in the American Southwest, in the areas of Arizona and New Mexico.
Picture a gem that exudes warmth with its rosy hues. Rubellite boasts a captivating spectrum of colors, ranging from delicate pinks to intense reds. Smooth and polished, its surface glitters and begs to be touched. The crystal can showcase intricate patterns, adding a touch of individuality to each piece.
Burmese Sapphire is known for its striking blue hue, ranging from a delicate cornflower blue to a deep, velvety shade. The crystal boasts a smooth texture, almost like running your fingers over the surface of a calm lake. Some gems have beautiful patterns, like tiny waves or inclusions, that give them personality.
Jacinth refers to red, orange, and brown varieties of Zircon and is one of the oldest gemstones in the world. The term “Jacinth” is now not commonly used in the gem world to describe these types of Zircon. However, there is a rich history associated with the name, with the stone appearing in the Bible and other ancient texts.
Canary Diamond is a gemstone with a striking yellow tint. This beautiful yellow crystal mimics canary feathers with a texture that is smooth and polished. Due to its outstanding cut and clarity, the gem sparkles brilliantly.
Nevada Opal is a mesmerizing gemstone that is mostly found in the Virgin Valley of Nevada, USA. It has gained fame for its play of color, which truly sets it apart from other stones. This American gem captures a glimpse of the daring essence found within the Wild West.
The Colombian Emerald has a stunning range of Emerald hues, from meadows to dense woods. Its texture, akin to a painter's delicate strokes, presents a smooth surface, inviting the touch of those captivated by its beauty. Nature, an artist, often uses intricate patterns to enhance the Emerald's beauty and make each specimen distinct.