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Stinson's is the source for space peridot!
These heavenly crystals are found only in rare pallasite meteorites!
We cut these 4+ BILLION year old gems and sell direct to you. There are NO MIDDLEMEN!
Check out these incredible gems: ET Meteorite Gems.



"Crown of Fire".
Lab Red Beryl
First Place Gemmy's 2006
RED BERYL
Internally carved quartz crystal "Teddy Bear" Now in a private collection in the UK 1120 ct ametrine carving
"Deep Purple Dreams"
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Blue Topaz. Concave cut
"The Jump to Light Speed"


""Eye of the Dragon" "
Bolivian Ametrine
"All Triangles Cut" Meteoric Peridot
Meteorite Gems
"Concave cut trilliant"
Rubellite
""Second Time Traveler""
Carved Quartz Crystal

TOP ROW No1: "Crown of Fire" lab Red Beryl; No2:"Teddy" reverse intaglio quartz; No3:"Deep Purple Dreams" Ametrine; "Jump to Light Speed" Blue Topaz,
BOTTOM ROW left: "Eye of the Dragon "(c) is a flawless ametrine.   Next: An extremely rare faceted peridot that is from a pallasite meteorite!
Third: Original concave cut trilliant design in African rubellite.   Far right: "Second Time Traveler" is a reverse intaglio quartz crystal from Arkansas.
that will be exhibited this fall at the Tellus Science Museum in Cartersville, GA. Carvings

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Linda Stinson, Graduate Gemologist, G.G. (GIA)

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Recommended resources for education and enjoyment
ADORNMENT The Magazine of Jewelry and Related Arts

CREATIVE GOLD- and Silversmithing by Sharr Choate

GEM CUTTING by John Sinkankas



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Meteorites
PERIDOT
Red Beryl Sapphire
Ruby
Gems
Tools
Books
Ametrine Paraiba
tourmaline.
Collector
Gems
Carvings
Intaglio
Internal
Ordering
Contact Us
Diamonds Custom
Faceting
Carving
Supplies About US
Our Policies
Good Things
To Know
Article on
Tumble
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    Updated: March 10, 2020
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