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Modern bean bags - Practical, comfortable and great for young and old

Modern bean bags - Practical, comfortable and great for young and old

PLANÈTE TERRE – Communauté – Google+

PLANÈTE TERRE – Communauté – Google+

Titanium on quartz..........https://www.instagram.com/mixtape_covers_vektfxdesigns/

Titanium on quartz..........https://www.instagram.com/mixtape_covers_vektfxdesigns/

crystal of deep golden Calcite perched on Dolostone with a Calcite studded Barite cluster. From the Elmwood Mine, Smith County, Tennessee. Measures 6.3 cm by 6.7 cm by 4.5 cm

crystal of deep golden Calcite perched on Dolostone with a Calcite studded Barite cluster. From the Elmwood Mine, Smith County, Tennessee. Measures 6.3 cm by 6.7 cm by 4.5 cm

Photograph of a blue beryl crystal on microcline (R19580) from the National Mineral Collection. Photo by Chip Clark.

Photograph of a blue beryl crystal on microcline (R19580) from the National Mineral Collection. Photo by Chip Clark.

Uvite Tourmaline with Magnesite

Uvite Tourmaline with Magnesite

Watermelon tourmaline has been said to be a stone of reconciliation, a stone that fosters compassion and cool headedness, radiates the energy that attracts money, healing and friendship while stabilizing, grounding and reaffirming our Earth roots.

Watermelon tourmaline has been said to be a stone of reconciliation, a stone that fosters compassion and cool headedness, radiates the energy that attracts money, healing and friendship while stabilizing, grounding and reaffirming our Earth roots.

Vivianite

Vivianite

Tanzanite. Trichroic variety of ziosite. Appears bluish under fluorescent light and purplish under incandescent light. Found mostly in Mt. Kilimanjaro.

Tanzanite. Trichroic variety of ziosite. Appears bluish under fluorescent light and purplish under incandescent light. Found mostly in Mt. Kilimanjaro.

Euclase- Named after the Greek word “euklas", in French “euclase", meaning “to break".

Euclase- Named after the Greek word “euklas", in French “euclase", meaning “to break".