Welcome to the end of the rainbow.
Pueblo Gem & Mineral Show
Riverpark Inn/ Room 107
Feb. 1- 13, 2019
NY-NJ Mineral, Fossil, Gem & Jewelry Show
NJ Expo Center/ Booth 1066
April 3-7, 2019
Colorado Mineral & Fossil Show
The Crown Plaza Hotel/ Booth 19
April TBD 2019
Macon County Gemboree
Robert C. Carpenter Community Building
July 26 - July 29, 2018
East Coast Gem & Mineral Show
Better Living Center/ Booth 38
August 10 - 12, 2018
Even though garnets come in almost every color, the soft pastel green of a mint garnet is certainly unmistakable. These spicy little devils always leave you wanting another once you immerse yourself into their sparkling green beauty. Mint garnets are actually a form of grossular garnet, with a specific mint green color. The color is created by the trace element vanadium. To learn more about garnets, click here.
While the one in the photo is sold, we have plenty more where that came from. Maybe it’s time to update your gemstone collection with something fresh, new and you? Contact sales for pricing and availability.
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Color Change Pyrope (the new Pyrope) / Color Change Garnet (Kenya, Tanzania, Madagascar) / Color Change Sapphire / Alexandrite / Color Change Diaspore (Zultanite)
Little Three Mine Spessartine Garnet / Montana Sapphire / Mahenge Garnet / Stewart, Himalaya, Queen Mine California Tourmaline / Jeffrey Mine Garnet/ Maine Tourmaline/ Phenakite
Bekily Color Change / Color Change Pyrope/ Color Change, Other / Demantoid / Hessonite / Imperial / Little Three Mine Spessartine/ Mahenge / Mandarin/ Mint/ Pastel / Purple / Pyrope / Rhodolite / Spessartine / Tsavorite
Amethyst / Agate / Ametrine / Aquamarine / Carvings/ Citrine / Custom Jewelry/ Emerald / Fordite / Gilalite / Iolite / Inclusion Stones / Kunzite / Meteorite / Mineral Specimens/ Moonstone / Morganite / Opal / Peridot / Phenakite/ Pyrite in Quartz / Ruby / Sapphire / Spinel / Sunstone / Tanzanite / Topaz / Tourmaline / Zircon/ Much, much more