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a large chandelier with many lights hanging from it's sides on a wall
***SERIE: TWO by PIET BOON ***LOCATION: AMSTERDAM AREA, THE NETHERLANDS ***OBJECT: OFFICES - PIET BOON HEADQUARTERS ***ARCHITECTURE: PIET BOON STUDIO ***PHOTOGRAPHY: TYCHO MERIJN ROEST, THE NETHERLANDS
a man sitting on top of a pile of ice crystals
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the interior of a restaurant with pink velvet booths and gold trimmings on the walls
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Nothing excites me more than traveling & checking out beautifully designed restaurants around the world. Wouldn't that be a fabulous job? I came across this gorgeous restaurant design and felt so insp
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The Witch Is In : Ruby Aura quartz
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several marbles are on a wooden table next to some pumpkins and other items
Titanium Quartz macro shot by Fortoebare @ Flickr Peacock Ore, Iridescent Purple, Titanium Quartz, Purple Gems, Purple Sparkle, Rainbow Quartz, 수채화 그림
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Titanium Quartz macro shot by Fortoebare @ Flickr
an engagement ring with a pear shaped blue diamond surrounded by white and brown diamonds, on top of a wooden surface
Charleen: Horizontal Oval Ring in Rose Gold | Ken & Dana Design
A one-of-a-kind engagement ring featuring a pear-shaped diamond paired with a stunning crown-shaped band.
Diamonds are crystalline carbon; emeralds are crystalline beryllium; and rubies are crystalline corundum. The difference between corundum and a ruby is the way the molecules are organized or structured (see images of corundum and ruby at right). Each crystal has a specific structural pattern. Minerals form crystals when circumstances (for example: heat and/or pressure) cause the molecules to form a repeating pattern.
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Diamonds are crystalline carbon; emeralds are crystalline beryllium; and rubies are crystalline corundum. The difference between corundum and a ruby is the way the molecules are organized or structured (see images of corundum and ruby at right). Each crystal has a specific structural pattern. Minerals form crystals when circumstances (for example: heat and/or pressure) cause the molecules to form a repeating pattern.