Tanzanite, Tiger's Eye, Topaz, Tourmaline, Turquoise, Vasenite
Displaying distinct pleochromism, Tanzanite changes its hue depending on the light's direction through it's spectrum of purple, blue and grey, and violet in direct light. It encompasses intangible glitterings.
Usually golden brown, also in red varities, Tiger's Eye is a popular, striated stone with spectralite qualities.
Topaz comes in deep golden-yellow, pink, blue and green hues, all very transparent and brightly reflective when polished or faceted.
Nepal, usually combined in silver with coral.
The North American "Sleeping Beauty" mine, range by 'Brave Designs'.
Red (Rubellite), blue (Indicolite), golden brown (Dravite), lilac (Siberite), green with pink centre (Watermelon), green, yellow varieties.
Mid-light green, semi-transparent stone of fairly consistent limeish tones.