Soapstone

Soapstone

Soapstone is also known as satiate. It is a metamorphic rock that dates back 300 to 400 million years ago. Soapstone is softer than marble and granite even though they…
Marble Stairs

Marble: A Rockstar with a Rich History

Marble stone is timeless and has a rich history, but how does it come about? Marble is a metamorphic rock that is formed from limestone. Under intense heat and pressure,…
Amethyst Gemstone

Amethyst: Gorgeous Purple Quartz Gemstone

Amethyst has been one of the most popular forms of quartz for many years. As a gemstone, it is also one of the most recognizeable. Much of this is due…
Peridot

Peridot: The Evening Emerald

Peridot is considered one of the world’s oldest gems, it was discovered as early as 1500 B.C. in the Egyptian Red Sea. Today, most gem miners find peridot as irregular…

Apatite: Origin, Meaning, and Energy

Apatite was first discovered in 1786 by A.G. Werner. It’s name came from the Greek word meaning “to deceive”, because many mistaken it for other minerals such as peridot. (do…
Moldavite

Moldavite: Gems from the sky

Moldavite is a tektite type of gemstone; meaning it is glass formed from terrestrial debris ejected during the impact of a meteorite. It is believed that moldavite was formed about…