…a sword he made of emerald, and terrible his rivalry with all the knights of Aerie and Faerie and Thellamie. Of crystal was his
Tolkien fans, assemble! There is an ambiguous line in his 1933 poem Errantry: Of crystal was his habergeon I’m not sure what a habergeon
A visitor to the British Crown Jewels exhibit must go to the Tower of London, where some powerful people have occasionally entered, against their will,
All that glitters isn’t diamond, ruby, emerald, or sapphire. Spodumene, for example, has two beautiful gem varieties: kunzite and hiddenite.
We’ve looked at gold’s history and multiple uses. Now…where does it come from? No one knows for sure, but the answer lies in the stars.
No one knows exactly which millennium BC it was when somebody first saw and coveted a shiny piece of metal that shimmered like dawn’s first