|Pyrite has been long associated with the word "fool". Thanks to its metallic luster and yellow-brass hue, people often mistaken pyrite for real gold! Hence the well-known nickname: "Fool's Gold."|
|Nature has a funny way of enriching one's life. Did you know that the beautiful color variation of chalcedony are the result of quartz impurities? If it weren't for Copper, Iron, Nickel and other minerals that grows within the microcrystalline of quartz, we would never have the pleasure of admiring such beautiful chalcedony.|| |
|May's Birthstone: Emerald.
Emerald, the most precious mineral of the Beryl family, has been around for centuries. Those black inclusions that often come within the depths are called "Jardin," French for garden, because of their resemblance to garden-like foliage.|