|Thanks to its metallic luster and yellow-brass hue, people often mistaken pyrite for real gold! Hence the well-known nickname: "Fool's Gold."|
|Emerald 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.|| |
|Contrasting color and a neat lightning like pattern !!
Septarian Nodules are concretions containing angular cavities or cracks called septaria.|