2 edition of key to precious stones. found in the catalog.
key to precious stones.
L. J. Spencer
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It gives a background to the principles of mineralogy and uses technical terms, but aims to put these into popular language, making this an easy to use s: 0. Originally published inthis book key to precious stones.
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key to precious stones. book Forms of crystals. Optical characters of precious stones: their action on light. Chemical composition: what precious stones are made of.
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"A key to precious stones" inserted. "Key to colour plate on dust jacket" on lining papers. Description: vi pages, 2 leaves, key to precious stones. book pages illustrations, VIII plates (including frontispiece) 19 cm: Responsibility: by L.J. Spencer. Simon & Schuster's Guide to Gems and Precious Stones provides both the connoisseur and the casual collector with a compact, easy-to-use volume describing more than rare varieties of minerals whose beauty and key to precious stones.
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Precious Stones: A Book of Reference for Jewellers (Philadelphia and London: J. Lippincott Company, ), by Wallis Richard Cattelle (illustrated HTML pages at ) Precious Stones and Gems, Their History, Sources and Characteristics (sixth edition; London: George Bell and Sons, ), key to precious stones.
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God has likened the houris of Paradise to it: (In beauty) like the jacynth and the coral-stone. (33) The best variety of the ruby comprises several kinds: the white, dust-coloured, black, yellow, and red.
Of these kinds the red is regarded as the best, as the dust-coloured and black appear. Precious stones -- Early works to (2 titles, plus subtopics) Precious stones -- India (1 title) Precious stones -- North Carolina (1 title) Precious stones, Synthetic: see Precious stones, Artificial; Precious stones -- Therapeutic use (1 title) Precious stones -- United States (2.
Precious Stones: For Curative Wear; and Other Remedial Uses presents the different gem stones that is regarded as a powerful tool to cure the ailing in ancient times. This book discusses the myths, superstitions, and biblical significance associated with the Edition: 1.
Part II contains a series of individual essays that apply the criteria of connoisseurship to 35 of today's most important gemstones. The book covers precious stones old and new including diamond, pearl, tourmaline, sapphire, chalcedony, spinel, ruby, and garnet.
viii Contents CHAPTER FAGB pbase • 12° 14^3 one; t E LINES tone ate The traditional list of gemstones that are considered precious stones are: All other gemstones are considered as being semi precious stones.
These are old terms and not necessarily true these days. To view the treatments associated with each of these stones, visit our Technical Information On Gemstones page.
A hand-book of precious stones by Rothschild, Meyer D. Publication date Topics Precious stones Publisher New York, London, G.P.
Putnam's sons Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor The Library of Congress Contributor The Library of Congress Language English. Addeddate Call number minerals of the world is an unique document with a portable minerals software embedded and contains every things about minerals.
it is more than a book. it is package for all interested to mine minerals published for the first time freely on the web here. The order of the stones is different from Hoshen and three stones are missing (לשם שבו ואחלמה).The Seventy (Septuagint) translation of the book of Prophets into Greek was amended: the number of stones brought to 12 and their order restored according to the Book of Exodus (chapline ).
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A gemstone (also called a gem, fine gem, jewel, precious stone, or semi-precious stone) is a piece of mineral crystal which, in cut and polished form, is used to make jewelry or other adornments. However, certain rocks (such as lapis lazuli and opal) and occasionally organic materials that are not minerals (such as amber, jet, and pearl) are also used for jewelry and.
Laying out the key principles behind this spiritual science, Michel Coquet explores the seven sacred gemstones of the seven rays--diamond, sapphire, emerald, jasper, topaz, ruby, and amethyst--and shows that not all precious stones have true mystical powers: they must be charged, either naturally or through ritual, with a living deva or angelic.
A key to precious stones Spencer, Leonard James Read. Read. Precious and semi-precious stones Weinstein, Michael. Read. Read. Borrow. Publishing History This is a chart to show the publishing history of editions of works about this subject. Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published.
Accessible book, Gems. The Book of Stones is a new edition of the best-selling guide to some of Earth’s most beautiful natural introductory chapters detail the authors’ theories about how to work with crystals and stones—including the concept of crystal resonance and the scientific observation that living organisms (such as ourselves) are liquid crystalline structures/5(1K).
Stones and rocks are the skeleton of the solid part of the earth on which the flesh of earth is laid. Stones are to be found everywhere: little flinty stones which the plough turns up in many a field; round, smooth pebbles on the sea-shores of the world; tumbling scree on the mountain sides, like a great overspill of waste rock from some factory in the heart of the mountains; giant rocks.
The treasure hunt book, The Secret, has clues to 12 hidden gems. Only two have been found. James Renner is on a quest to discover the. Natural Gemstones A natural gemstone is a mineral, stone, or organic matter that can be cut and polished or otherwise treated for use as jewelry or other ornament.
A precious gemstone has beauty, durability, and rarity, whereas a semiprecious gemstone has only one or. The Pavitts cover Hindu, Jewish, Chinese, Egyptian, Roman, Gnostic, and Christian lore of gems. The final section discusses the astrological connections of key gems, sign by sign.
This work also includes quite a bit of history of important (and often 'cursed') stones such as the Hope diamond, and practical advice about purchasing gems. Illustrated by gorgeously lit, clear color photos to aid quick identification, the book offers an illuminating alphabetical journey through the mineral kingdom, stone by stone.
This new edition of The Book of Stones, the best-selling guide to some of Earth’s most beautiful natural objects, is revised to include 76 new entries.
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By L. Spencer, F. With Photographs and Charts. New York: Lee Furman, Inc. $ Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Cutting, Setting and Engraving of Precious Stones - a Historical Article on Working Gemstones by Louis Dieulafait (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay.
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Putnam's sons, - Precious stones - pages. The twelve stones of the breastplate and the two stones of the shoulder-ornaments were considered by the Jews to be the most precious.
Both Book of Ezekiel, xxviii, 13, and Book of Revelation, xxi,are patterned after the model of the rational [clarification needed] and further allude to the Twelve Tribes of Israel. The Book of Stones is a new edition of the best-selling guide to some of Earths most beautiful natural introductory chapters detail the authors theories about how to work with crystals and stonesincluding the concept of crystal resonance and the scientific observation that living organisms (such as ourselves) are liquid crystalline structures/5.
Most precious stones belong to such formations as granitic, pdf, porphyritic rocks, and are pdf found in the débris of such; and although certain diamond-bearing soils may be of a comparatively recent age, they are for all that made up of the constituents of the older rocks.
Corundum, sapphire, and ruby are found in gneiss, granite, mica slate, chlorite slate, dolomite. Buy A Key to Precious Stones (Blackies Key Series) by Spencer, L.
J. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.Foremost gemologist presents definitive study of ebook magical abilities and strange characteristics of precious stones.
Wide range of sources Greek, Latin documents, medieval lapidaries, Eddas, Egyptian writings, Oriental gem books, the Bible reveal magic, occult, medicinal and religious uses of dozens of gems.
65 plates, 8 in color.4/5.