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Abalone shell

It is a natural gemstone found in the oceans. Visually it depicts the ambiance of the ocean with its combination of blue and greens fused with the ocean's wave pattern of rolls and swirls. It is found in the mollusk family with a shell attached to rocks or other organisms in the sea. The shell of the Abalone is used in jewelry, and the unique characteristic is that there are never two similar pieces found.

Projection Stone

Projection stones are based on the Nomai ideology. The Nomai used them to communicate with each other from different remote locations. One of the most pieces of popular jewelry at YFN is the 100 languages projection collection. Here are three methods to review the hidden photo in the projection stone:

Method 1:

Turn on your phone camera. Aline with the projection stone to your camera lens and view the photo inside the stone from your camera.

Method 2:

Use a flashlight(from your mobile phone) and point it towards the back of the projection stone. Project the image via the stone to a plain wall in the dark to see the photo.

Method 3:

The easiest way is just to peek into the stone with your naked eyes!

Red coral

This gemstone is found explicitly in the dark parts of the deep sea. This gemstone is sharp spicules of calcium carbonate. They are organic, natural gemstones that are actually the remains of polys underwater that, over time deposited together. The main characteristics of this gemstone are its toughness, durability, and strong pink and red color. Red Coral is for vitality and mental focus.

Malachite

Malachite is a mineral that is green copper carbonate. It is a gemstone formed in the shallow oxidizing zone above the copper deposits in the earth. Its most striking visual character is its color, green. It ranges from pastel green to bright green to extremely dark green. These rare gemstones are found in tabular shape, translucent and lustrous. It is shaped into cabochons or beads for jewelry.

Tiger's Eye

It is a very popular gemstone that reflects chatoyancy (cat’s-eye) when the stone is polished thoroughly and then when it is moved back and forth in incident light. It is classified as a quarts gemstone and appears to be brown. It forms when the fibers of crocidolite minerals are replaced by silica. Tiger’s-eye is a very sought-after ring stone used in men’s rings and cufflinks.