A precious stone or similar hard object pulled from the ground, typically shaped and polished to perfection:
|A rare gem that is green in daylight but red or violet in artificial light.
|A fairly rare purple or violet quartz that are popular in jewelry as well.
|Also known as "goldstone" this opaque, brownish glassy gemstone appears to contain specks of gold.
|Translucent, greenish quartz that appears to have small bloodlike spots of red jasper scattered through it.
|Transparent, impervious, flawless and beautiful, diamonds are typically cut and polished and amongst the most valuable of the gemstones.
|These magnificent jewels have a clear, deep-green color and are often valuable.
|Opals that contain a reddish tint and sparkle in bright light.
|A common cube-like mineral that ranges in color from green, blue, purple and yellow to colorless.
|Hard and transparent, garnets are deep-red in color and rather valuable.
|While not solid gold, this egg definitely has a shell made of gold and hence should still fetch up to 100 gold pieces.
|More a rock than a gem, greenstones are dark green in color and not all that valuable.
|Green in color and often used as an ore to make copper, malachites are often found in jewelry as well.
|Dusty pink in color with a rough texture and often marked with black streaks.
|One of the most abundant minerals known, quartz can come in all different colors and normally fetch about ten gold pieces each.
|One of the rarest of gemstones, these transparent deep red jewels are quite valuable.
|Similar to rubies but deep blue in color, sapphires are also quite valuable.
|A mineral that is often found as crystals of various colors and polished to perfection.