Black Gemstones

 
Black gemstones are here in a list.
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Orange Yellow | Gold Green
Aqua Blue Purple
Gray | Silver Black  
White Clear Mixed Color
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Black Gemstone List

Black Onyx
Black Onyx
Black Spinel
Black Spinel
Black Diamond
Black Diamond
Black Sapphire
Black Sapphire
Morion
Morion
Black Tourmaline
Black Tourmaline
Black Opal
Black Opal
Hematite
Hematite
Black Obsidian
Black Obsidian
Biotite
Biotite
Black Coral
Black Coral
Black Jade
Black Jade
Jet
Jet
Shungite
Shungite
Nuummite
Nuummite
Hypersthene
Hypersthene
Black Star Diopside
Black Star Diopside
Black Rutilated Quartz
Black Rutilated Quartz
Galena
Galena
Black Tiger's Eye
Black Tiger's Eye
Black Labradorite
Black Labradorite
Black Silica
Black Silica
Graphite
Graphite
Black Pearl
Black Pearl
Blue Pearl
Blue Pearl
Black Agate
Black Agate
Schorl
Schorl
Black Star Sapphire
Black Star Sapphire
Pleonaste
Pleonaste
Coal
Coal
Neptunite
Neptunite
Lava Stone
Lava Stone
Tektite
Tektite
Black Moonstone
Black Moonstone
Preseli Bluestone
Preseli Bluestone
Black Tourmaline Quartz
Black Tourmaline Quartz
Shamanite
Shamanite
Black Phantom Quartz
Black Phantom Quartz
Stibnite
Stibnite
Chelyabinsk Meteorite
Chelyabinsk Meteorite
Spiderweb Obsidian
Spiderweb Obsidian
Lodestone
Lodestone
Magnetite
Magnetite
Ilmenite
Ilmenite
Cassiterite
Cassiterite
Iron Rose
Iron Rose
Specularite
Specularite
Slate
Slate
Iron Ore
Iron Ore
Shale
Shale
Cairngorm
Cairngorm
Perovskite
Perovskite
Scoria
Scoria
Augite
Augite
Anatase
Anatase
Melanite
Melanite
Carborundum
Carborundum
Ferberite
Ferberite
Kidney Ore
Kidney Ore
Sanukite
Sanukite
Dendrite
Dendrite
Basalt
Basalt
Red Pink Brown
Orange Yellow | Gold Green
Aqua Blue Purple
Gray | Silver Black  
White Clear Mixed Color
Rainbow Color Changing Multicolor

Message from the Owner

Black gemstones are here in a list. Gemstones such as Black Onyx, Black Tourmaline, and Black Diamond are popular. They all look just black, but they each have their different character. Please find your favorite gemstone and use it.


The most famous black gemstone is Black Onyx. It has 2 types: the ones with a black and white pattern and the ones without patterns. A lot is available in the market, and you can buy them in most of the gemstone shops. The price is reasonable, and you can try using it easily. It is made into bracelets, necklaces, earrings, and rings. Black Onyx is famous as an amulet to ward off evil spirits. It can sense the danger around you and let you avoid it.


Black Tourmaline is also one of the most famous black gemstones. It is harder than Black Onyx, and the surface shines beautifully after polishing it. The price is higher than the Black Onyx. Black Tourmaline has a property of charging electricity. It is popular as a gemstone that can contain special energy. It is used for various purposes such as filling energy and warding off evil spirits.


Black Diamond is a very hard gemstone. It is the hardest black-colored gemstone, and it doesn't get damaged. The main component of Diamond is black-colored Carbon (C). Clear-colored Diamond is made only under a special environment. Therefore, clear-colored Diamond is very valuable. Black Diamond has a lower price than Diamond with a clear color. Although the color is pure black, you can feel the special energy of Diamond. It will be useful as a great amulet.


Black Spinel is a black gemstone with a beautiful shine. Finely-cut Black Spinel shines like Diamond. This bright shine is a symbol of good luck and success. It is widely known as an amulet to increase popularity and attractiveness. It is made into bracelets for use.


Obsidian is a gemstone with glass quality. When you expose it to light, it will shine in purple, blue, yellow, and pink. The ones that have various colors are also called Rainbow Obsidian. Many people support it as a dreamy gemstone. The history of Obsidian is very long. People in ancient times used Obsidian for knives, arrowheads, and mirrors. It is popular as a gemstone to gain victory. It is also known as a gemstone highly effective for warding off evil spirits.

Hayasaka Yoshino

Author Hayasaka Yoshino

Hayasaka Yoshino is a stone healer that usually works in Tokyo area, Japan. Yoshino is also famous as a fortune teller and seen over 10,000 people. "Fortune-telling counseling", which finds out the best gemstone for the client, received a high reputation. Representative director of LWE Co., Ltd.

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