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Synonyms for feldspar

any of a group of hard crystalline minerals that consist of aluminum silicates of potassium or sodium or calcium or barium

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The first necklace Salah bought was made of amazonite and amethyst.
STUNNING: Azuni semi-precious heart earrings and bracelet in amazonite, pounds 50.
Her current collection features an endless variety of semi-precious stones such as Labradorite, Russian Amazonite, Moonstone, and Tiger's Eye, and varies from delicate to chunky pieces to reflect her clientele's taste, personality and characteristics.
Inspired by tribal art, the "Esprits Originels" Collection draws together organic materials and softly rounded natural stones: large bracelets in ebony or white mother-of-pearl, necklaces of round wooden beads with sparkling touches of amazonite or pink quartz, a long necklace gleaming with grey iridescent mother-of-pearl.
She found the mask that hung behind the display case, the one that leapt into her mind after her purse was stolen and the man disappeared into the shadowed street, the starkly white teeth and red eyes, the forehead studded with onyx and amazonite.
Metallic slouch bag pounds 8 from Woolworths (0845 608 1100)' Tweed jacket pounds 30 (RRP pounds 40) from Oasis (Cheshire Oaks Deisgner Outlet, Ellesmere Port 0151 348 5600)' Lola rose tumble bracelet in amazonite pounds 35 from John Lewis (020 7592 5406)' Military bolero pounds 39/military cropped jacket pounds 39, skinny jeans pounds 39 and Grecian vest top pounds 34, all from R a re (www.
Amazonite cluster earrings by Shaesby, yellow gold with amazonite beads.
This claim, however, is based on the misidentification by archaeologists of amazonite (a green variety of microcline) as emerald (Lucas and Harris, 1962, p.
Malachite, green Agate, Jade, Aventurine and Amazonite are excellent substitutes for the more expensive Emerald.