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Gem Quiz: You’ll Find This Chuck Norris-Like Gem in Men’s Rings and Hunting Knives

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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 off the southeastern coast of Alaska. You won’t find me sitting daintily above an engagement ring. No sir. On the rare occasions I make it into polite society, it’s as inlay in a REAL men’s ring or in the handle of a 17-inch hunting knife (preferably one that pulls from a shagreen sheath). Close friends call me that grumpy old fossil. Others who aren’t so intimate call me favosite. But it’s my business name I want you to guess.

Who am I?

Guess this gem for a chance to win a “Jewelry Geek” T-shirt. Be sure to include your full name and the name and address of your store. The contest winner will be selected from among correct answers to this question.

Chris Burslem is Group Managing Editor at SmartWork Media.

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