Gems Of The US - Connecticut And Delaware

Gems Of The US - Connecticut And Delaware

Hello, 2021!! It’s already been off to a crazy start but we will kick things off with the continuation of our “Gems of the US” series. Up next we’ve got Connecticut and Delaware.

00:00:00 Rabbit hole

00:25:00 We’re back

01:45:00 Storytime – wallpaper

O3:00:00 Onto Connecticut and Delaware. Neither of which has a state gemstone.

04:12:00 Connecticut State Mineral = Almandine Garnet

05:10:00 The role that Garnet has in Connecticut

05:52:00 The geology of Connecticut

08:40:00 The Garnet trail

09:42:00 Where to collect Garnet

11:19:00 Connecticut has gem-quality material and should have a state gemstone

11:46:00 Understanding mining in CT

12:24:00 Feldspar

12:42:00 Mica

13:25:00 Beryl

16:20:00 Morganite = JP Morgan

18:26:00 Onto Delaware . . . Sillimanite

19:16:00 Where does the name come from?

20:01:00 Why Sillimanite?

21:02:00 Sillimanite as a gemstone

21:56:00 What’s out on the market?

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