Rose quartz, known as "the love stone," opens the heart chakra and is a pink form of quartz.
Tiger’s eye is a translucent brown or bronze-colored stone whose appearance is so striking, you can’t help but stare.
Green aventurine can be anywhere from light to dark and has mineral flecks embedded within that give it a beautiful look.
Citrine is found all over the world in places like the United States, Madagascar, France, Spain, and Brazil.
Jade is one of the most revered stones around, with nephrite being the most common type, The precious stone is usually green but can also be white, yellow, black, or purple.
Clear quartz is glass-like in appearance and, depending on the level of impurities in it during formation, can have shades of pink, gray, or white.
Pyrite is called "fool’s gold" because it resembles the precious metal so closely. It is metallic in appearance and can be brassy yellow or dark shades of gold
Designs from sacred geometry can be found in nature, demonstrating that everything is connected. Simple shapes like circles and triangles are often used.