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Dear relation: The holiday is almost over But in many countries they have continued to work on the new Timmersgems ATUMNN COLLECTION. From August 19 to September 1 our showrooms are packed with new products including 1. Containers from Madagascar with lots of news. 2. from Cebu with shells and lotus lights. 3. from India with HEM Incense. 4. from Brazil with 22 tons of Geodes. 5. from Mexico with black and Andara obsidian. 6. from India with a lot of Silver and 7. from Indonesia with a lot of carvings.

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Tiffany-stone (= Bertrandiet = Morado-Opal) from USA in 925/000 silver "Prestige" pendant

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Tiffany-stone (= Bertrandiet = Morado-Opal) from USA in 925/000 silver "Prestige" pendant


Tiffany-stone (= Bertrandiet = Morado-Opal) from USA in 925/000 silver "Prestige" pendant


Prestige gemstone jewelry have been for almost 40 years for the 1st highest grade silver (925/000), 2. Beautiful free shape cut gems & 3. Good craftsmanship



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Tiffany Stone (Bertrandite or Morado Opal) the usually purple colour and varied appearance make the stone very recognizable. The stone has a strong connection with higher energies, strengthens the foreboding, brings creativity into the mind, allows the wearer to interpret messages correctly, gives a clear connection with guides and shows the divine in oneself and others. Tiffany Stone is sometimes also called "Faceted Fluorite" and is clearly a combination of stones including Beryl, one of the lightest but energetically strongest active minerals. It is particularly rare and powerful. The gemstone is only found in Utah (U.S.A.). The mineral Bertrandite (Tiffany stone or Morado Opal) is a beryllium containing sorosilicate with the chemical formula Be4Si2O7 (OH) 2. Bertrandiet is a colourless to light yellow orthorombic mineral with a hardness on the Mohs scale of 6-7. It was first discovered near Nantes (France) in 1883 and was named after the French mineralogist Emile Bertrand. It is often found in beryllium-rich pegmatites. Bertrandite often occurs as a pseudomorphic beryl replacement. This mineral is, just like Beryl, a beryllium ore.