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Benitoite is a rare gemstone and collectible mineral.

Another of the most beautiful cut stones is titanite (aka sphene). Like many of the gemstones we have already described, it is not very popular in the jewelry market due to its low hardness.

Fluorite is one of the most abundant minerals in the earth's crust, along with quartz, feldspars, calcite, and hydroxyl apatite.

Irnimite is the name of a variety of banded-spotted jasper, which has a distinct blue and blue color due to the admixture of rhodusite.

The most common refining method for Paraiba tourmalines is heat treatment.

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Moscow 2nd Zvenigorodskaya St,
d. 13 p. 37, office 2 (1st floor)
Метро Ulitsa 1905 goda
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Mon - Fri 10 am - 7 pm
Sat-Sun - weekend
Way from subway
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  • The office is a 10-minute walk from the metro station Ulitsa 1905 goda. Exit to the city on Krasnopresnenskaya Zastava square (last carriage from the center), go through the underpass to the other side Zvenigorodskoe highway (to go to the end of the transition).
  • After exiting the underpass, immediately turn right and go straight at the Zvenigorod highway to the street Sergey Makeev.
  • Not crossing the intersection to turn left. To walk on the left side of the street to the brick building with the air conditioning on the facade (third house after the junction).
  • Go through gate and turn right, the entrance porch under a sign "the Moscow Gemological center".