The 25 Coolest Crystals, Minerals & Stones in the World

Minerals can be some of the coolest crystals, most beautiful and striking objects that nature creates. This list of beautiful minerals and stones is by no means extensive, nor we went into too much details about each stone.

There are literally thousands of different minerals, but it does cover some of the most spectacular we’ve ever seen. Here are 25 of the most beautiful minerals and stones in the world.

Coolest Crystals and minerals found in the world

1. Sunset Fire Opal

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2. Titanium Quartz


3. Bismuth

4. Galaxy Opal

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5. Rose Quartz Geode

6. Fluorite

7. Burmese Tourmaline

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8. Azurite

9. Uvarovite

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10. Crocoite

11. Rainbow Lattice Sunstone

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It’s one of the rarest stones on earth. You would not find this stone almost anywhere in the world.

12. Astrophyllite

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an iron titanium stone mineral which is also pretty rare in the world.


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14. Labradorit

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Labradorite is a calcium-enriched feldspar mineral first identified in Labrador, Canada


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16. Raw Amber

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Raw Ambers are one of the most popular and unique crystals and stones we know about. It is being used widely in the jewellery industry


18. Calcite

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Is a carbonate mineral, the color is very vibrant and almost with a pink glowish feel to it.

19. Olivine

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Olivine is a mixed crystal, The primary component of the Earth’s upper mantle

20. Euchlorine

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is a rare emerald-green colored sulfate mineral found naturally occurring as a sublimate in fumaroles around volcanic eruptions.

21. Cuprite

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Cuprite is an oxide mineral composed of copper(I) oxide

22. Cyanotrichite

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Cyanotrichite is a hydrous copper aluminium sulfate mineral also known as lettsomite

23. Cuprite

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Cuprite is commonly found as an oxidation product of copper sulphides in the upper zones of veins

24. Wulfenite

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A secondary mineral typically found as thin tabular crystals with a bright orange-red

25. Blue Peruvian Opa

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loose stone, Chrysocolla gemstone for making jewelry.

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