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Colors and Meanings

Colors and Meanings

Listed below are the inlay materials we use in our jewelry lines.

Lapis

Dark navy blue. Man made material.  We also have Natural Lapis that comes from Afghanistan.

Coral

Red to orange in color.  Natural from Italy.

Sugilite

Purple in color.  Man made material

Malachite

Green in color.  Natural material that comes from South Africa.

Black

Man made resin.

Opal Colors

Made from a process using silica- comes from Hong Kong, more durable than natural opal, much more consistent in color, about as expensive. Opal Colors available are white, blue, pink, lavender, red, green, and orange. These Opal colors have an iridescense to them all. Laboratory Grown Opal.

Wild Horse

Natural brown to white material. The white is magnasite and the brown is Hematite.  Comes from mines in Nevada.

Spiny Oyster

Orange to red in color. It is a fresh water mussel shell. Comes from rivers such as the Mississippi River.

Yellow Lip Mother of Pearl

Salt water mussel shell. Range in color from the lip which is yellow to the main shell which is white. Has a slight iridescense to it.

Turquoise

Authentic Turquoise. We use both stabilized and natural turquoise.

K-Four Color Chip

Turquoise chip, coral chip, lapis chip, & malachite chip all mixed together for a unique look.

Alternate

Turquoise chip, black resin, coral chip, & white resin. One color per channel in an alternating sequence.

Multi

Turquoise chip, black resin, coral chip, & white resin. More than one color per channel creating a specific color scheme.

 

Inlay Material T - Authentic Turquoise Chip


C - Coral Chip Natural

L - Imitation Lapis Chip

J - Natural Lapis Chip

K - Four Color Chip:
Authentic Turquoise, Lapis, Coral & Malachite

H - Wild Horse Chip

MOP - Mother of Pearl Chip Natural

U - Imitation Sugilite Chip

Z - Malachite Chip Natural

W - White Imitation Opal Chip

B - Blue Imitation Opal Chip

P - Pink Imitation Opal Chip

O - Orange Imitation Opal Chip

R - Red Imitation Opal Chip

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