Jewelry New Arrivals Pairs Lots Contact
  : Smithsonite
Shop By

Single

Pairs

Lots

Faceted

Cab

Gemtype Color Shape Weight Size Date Clarity Price Origin
You Selected (5): Smithsonite Smithsonite Clear All
Sort By:
Compare
ID: 3807131 pcs
thumb image of 26.2ct Cushion Cabochon Pink Smithsonite (ID: 380713)
26.17ct Smithsonite
14.92 x 14.73 x 8.13mm
USD 705.02
Quantity
Item in Stock
Compare
ID: 3807121 pcs
thumb image of 16.9ct Cushion Cabochon Pink Smithsonite (ID: 380712)
16.90ct Smithsonite
14.50 x 13.17 x 7.18mm
USD 455.29
Quantity
Item in Stock
Compare
ID: 2552551 pcs
thumb image of 33.2ct Oval Cabochon Light Blue Green Smithsonite (ID: 255255)
33.16ct Smithsonite
18.75 x 13.48 x 10.13mm
USD 829.00
Quantity
Item in Stock
Compare
ID: 2552071 pcs
thumb image of 27.4ct Oval Cabochon Blue Green Smithsonite (ID: 255207)
27.39ct Smithsonite
19.05 x 12.79 x 8.17mm
USD 695.00
Quantity
Item in Stock
Compare
ID: 3807141 pcs
thumb image of 26.1ct Cushion Cabochon Pink Smithsonite (ID: 380714)
26.10ct Smithsonite
17.97 x 16.30 x 6.34mm
USD 703.13
Quantity
Item in Stock
Smithsonite
Smithsonite is one of two zinc-containing minerals discovered by the British chemist and mineralogist James Smithson in 1803. Or, more precisely, Smithson discovered that a zinc-containing mineral known by the name calamine in the 18th century was in fact two separate minerals - a zinc carbonate and zinc silicate. The zinc carbonate was named hemimorphite and the zinc silicate was named smithsonite in Smithson's honor.
English speaking customer support only

Toll Free - USA & Canada only:
1-800-464-1640

International:
+66-39303404

Reorder Items

Save Money
No shipping Fees for Additional Items!
$6.99 Worldwide Shipping

GemSelect Gemstones
X Close Window
Colored Gemstones
X Close Window
Colored Gemstones
X Close Window
Colored Gemstones
Size and Weight

Gems are always measured in Millimeter (mm)

Dimensions are given as;
length x width x depth,
except for round stones which are;
diameter x depth

Select gems by size, not by weight!
Gem varieties vary in density, so carat weight is not a good indication of size

Note: 1ct = 0.2g

Size Comparison Chart