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Bo's Art

Britt Anderson
Anticlastic Raising

Edward Mirell
Spectore® Brand Titanium


Diamond in a Pearl

J. Kennedy Design
Cylettes® Cylinders of Color

JL Brand


T. Krall

Murphy Designs

Toby Pomeroy
Hand Made EcoGold

Deborah Richardson

The Touch
Gold Cable

**Special Orders are
Not Refundable**


Store Hours
Our store hours are Monday through Saturday from 10am until 9pm, and from 11am until 6pm on Sunday.

Placing an Order
At this time we do not offer online ordering.  If you would like to place an order you can either call the store during store hours and speak to Kim Jackson, or you can email us with your request, a phone number to call you at, and an appropriate time to call.  Click here to email us:

We ship all of our items that come from the store via US Postal Service insured mail.  We can also ship via US Postal Service Express mail for a $20 charge.  If your purchase is special ordered, it will be shipped to you directly from the designer using their regular carrier unless you have a special request.  Standard shipping is free for orders over $200. For orders under $200 there is a $10 charge for standard shipping.  


Agate:  Hardness 6.5 - 7.0, found worldwide. 

Chalcedony:  Hardness 2.0 - 4.0 found worldwide.  Translucent light blue color.

Chrysocolla:  Hardness 7.0 found in Chile, New Mexico, Arizona, Zaire, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Australia, France, England.  Bluish in color, often mistaken for turquoise.

Dressy Quartz:  Hardness 5.5 found in the center of quartz geodes.  Made of very fine quartz crystals that are often dyed.

Lapis:  Hardness 5.5 - 6.5 found in Afghanistan, Russia, Chile, and the U.S.  Dark blue in appearance with metallic patches (pyrite) and/or white streaks (calcite)

Mexican Fire Opal:  Hardness 6.5 - 7.0, found in Australia, former Czechoslovakia, U.S., Brazil, Mexico, and Southern Africa.  Oranges yellow to Dark Red in appearance. 

Onyx:  Hardness 6.5, found worldwide. 

Tanzanite:  Hardness 6.5, found in Tanzania, Africa.  Tanzanite is usually heat treated to produce a violet-blue color

Tsavorite:  Found in Kenya, Tanzania, and South Africa.  Tsavorite is a garnet that is Dark emerald green in

Verace • Wharfside Village • PO Box 8307 • St. John, USVI 00831
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