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Name the Gemstone
This quiz checks your knowledge of colors and characteristics of different gemstones that have inspired and fascinated people since ancient times.
In 1935, the Brazilian government presented Eleanor Roosevelt with this gemstone, which is a form of the mineral beryl.
Complete the old joke about questionable stones: "Whether it's a _________ or a pink sapphire depends on whether you're the buyer or the seller."
The name of this violet variety of quartz comes from Ancient Greek and means "not intoxicated".
Australia is the largest producer of this gemstone, which fluoresces under UV light and displays 'color play',
This gemstone originates as a soft, sticky tree resin and sometimes contains insects and other animal material.
What is the other name of bloodstone whose red spots were believed to be formed by the blood of Jesus Christ?
What kind of gem is "The Black Star of Queensland" which was discovered accidentally in the 1930s and was initially used as a door stop?
Known as "The Victory Stone", it was said to be Alexander the Great's favourite gemstone.
In ancient times this opaque jemstone was known as a 'rain-bringer'. Its name means "spotted or speckled stone".
What olive green gemstone was called "Evening Emerald" by Romans?
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