This is a much better photo to see its incredible beauty. I have the honor of having 1 of these Angelic communicators. Auralite - 23 is the name given to a chevron form of Amethyst from the boreal forest area of Canada.
A terminated, bright yellow Heliodor (golden Beryl) crystal. It has beautiful etchings on the faces and round patterns on the termination. It is quite gemmy. It came from Ed Swoboda's collection of cutting rough.
Kornerupine, a rare mineral occasionally used as a gemstone. It appears frequently in parcels from Ceylon and Tanzania and may be confused with beryl, peridot, topaz, or quartz. Most Kornerupine is brownish .
The name Tourmaline comes from the Sinhalese (Sri Lanka) word tura mali which translates as the stone of mixed colors. These stones are 7 to on the Mohs’ scale of hardness. Tourmaline is available in a wide variety of colors