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Semiprecious and Precious Orange Stones

From a light peach to a rusty red, orange stones are found in Africa, Australia and Brazil. Below, we'll show variations of orange stones, including some rare and less familiar gems. Orange gemstones are not as common as other colors, which makes them even more special.


Orange minerals and their properties



1. Orange sapphire

Orange sapphires come from Sri Lanka, Madagascar and Tanzania. It is a rare stone titlewith special details and zirconia in orange,title appreciated for its vibrant color that is due to the traces of vanadium.

2. Sapphire padparadscha

The name "padparadscha" comes from the Sanskrit word for "lotus flower". Coming from the same sites as the previous sapphire, the padparadscha sapphire is pinkish orange in color and is prized as one of the most valuable sapphires. They are often used in fine jewelry and can command very high prices.

Orange garnet

Orange garnets are an orange mineral popular for their unique color and are found in Africa, Australia and the United States. They are used in and as decorative accents.

4. Almadine garnet

This is the most common type of garnet and varies in color from pale orange to deep red. It is one of the most durable garnets and is believed to have quartz properties.

5. Spessartite garnet

Another type of orange garnet is the spessart garnet, named after the Spessart Mountains in Germany, where it was discovered. It has a wide variety of colors, from orange to red, and is a new gemstone on the market, so it is not as well known as other gemstones.

6. Imperial topaz

Imperial topaz has a variety of colors in pink, yellow and red, but orange is the most impressive and desired. It is a perfect gemstone to wear in daily and a good alternative to diamonds.


Mexican fire opal

The opal opal titlewith naturaltitle Mexican titlefire opal stonestitle is one of the most beautiful gemstones. They are found in a region of Mexico, which makes them even more valuable, and are coveted by jewelers and gemstone collectors around the world. It is a very rare stone and only a small amount is mined each year.


8. Orange diamond

This type of diamond is a very unique and beautiful diamond found only in Australia, Brazil and South Africa. These diamonds get their color from traces of nitrogen in the stone. The more nitrogen present, the deeper the orange color. The orange diamond is a very popular choice for engagement rings and other fine jewelry.

9. Orange spinel

Orange spinel is beautiful and unique found in Sri Lanka, Burma and Tanzania. It varies from pale orange to deep orange-red. It is very bright and long lasting, making it ideal for everyday .

10. Orange zircon

Orange zircon has a long history as it has been used for centuries since ancient times. It is found in many different parts of the world such as Australia, Brazil, Cambodia and Sri Lanka. It is especially popular for its unique shade and comes in many different sizes and shapes, so it can be used for many purposes.

11. Orange tourmaline

The name "tourmaline" comes from the Sinhalese word "turmali" meaning "mixed gems". Tourmaline is a group of minerals in a variety of colors. Orange tourmaline is very popular and has many interesting properties. It has a hardness of 7.5 on the Mohs scale and is found in Brazil, Africa and the United States.

12. Citrine orange

Citrine is a yellow to orange variety of quartz. The name comes from the Latin word "citrus", which means lemon. It is found in Brazil, Africa and Europe. It has been used as a gemstone for centuries as a talisman to ward off evil spirits. Today, it is said to bring good fortune, luck and prosperity. It is and affordable titlecitrine birthstone ringtitle, ideal for everyday wear.


13. Solar stone of oregon

Oregon Sunstone is a type of feldspar that can only be found in the state of Oregon in the United States. Its name comes from the unique orange color caused by the small amounts of copper. For centuries, it has been prized for its unique properties by Native Americans. Today, it is widely used in jewelry.

14. Orange moonstone

The orange moonstone is found in few places in the world such as Sri Lanka, Brazil and Madagascar. The color varies from a pale peach to a deep orange and is caused by small amounts of iron in the stone. It is perfect for anyone who likes flashy jewelry and is considered a June birthstone as well as the Cancer zodiac sign.

15. Amber orange

The rainforests of Gondwana were home to many unusual plants and animals. It is believed that orange amber was formed from the resin of these rainforests, deposited on the ground over millions of years. This gemstone has a deep orange color, although it can also be reddish or brownish. It must be handled with care as it is very fragile and can break easily.

16. Orange agate

Orange agate is a stone found in many parts of the world. It is used in jewelry for its beauty and unique properties. Orange agate is believed to promote creativity, abundance and good luck and is a stone of strength and courage.


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