A true son of the Russian soil that was a favorite of Carl Fabergé.
And congratulations to our winner.
This quartz offers two for the price of one, only at a higher cost.
Test your knowledge.
THERE’S AN EGYPTIAN legend that when my family made its way to the surface of the earth we passed over a rainbow and in doing so...
I HAVE BEEN CALLED evening stone because of my intense dislike of sunlight — it does the most terrible things to my coloring, which is usually...
A Minneapolis gallery manager is our winner this month.
If it weren’t for my high water content (anywhere between 3-20 percent), they say I’d basically be quartz. Which to me is like saying that if...
Identify me to win a free t-shirt in INSTORE's monthly contest.
Formally, I’m known as “clinochlore,” but if it’s sales you’re after, I recommend yet another name.
Lots of correct answers, but only one winner — Jerrod Nutt of Thacker Jewelry in Lubbock, TX.
I was the "it" stone of 2015. Who am I?
Congratulations to our winner, Stephanie Watkins from Marshall Granger Jewelers.
Color, luminosity, hardness and rarity — I've got it all.
Way to go, Kim Hatchell, sales manager at Galloway & Moseley in Sumter, SC.
Me, and my cousins, make up much of the earth's crust.
Our winner is Steve Glazer, sales director at Windsor Jewelers in Charlotte, NC.
If Chuck Norris were a gemstone-quality piece of ancient reef, he’d be a lot like me: tough, rare and going it alone on a 400-million-year-old beach...
Our winner this month is Kathlene Seville from Artisans Unlimited in Bucyrus, OH, who correctly identified May’s mystery stone — sillimanite, named in honor of the...