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"Gem and Stone: Jewels of Earth, Sea, and Sky (Chronicle 2012) is a truly gorgeous book that looks at 50 gems ranging from peridot and amethyst to malachite and chrysocolla.... Whether you're a gem and mineral lover like I am (obsessed) or just appreciate a beautiful (and informative) coffee table book, this one NEEDS to be on your list. I can guarantee we're going to see this popping up in magazines, home tours and on people's inspiration boards for a long time to come." -- Design*Sponge
Jen Altman is a photographer and writer living in North Carolina.
Heather Smith Jones is a Lawrence, Kansas-based artist.
Thomas W. Overton is managing editor at the Gemological Institute of America in Carlsbad, California.
A beautiful book, the photos and writing such a treat. The perfect coffee table book. The perfect book, period.Published 11 months ago by arizonamegs
as the title... it gives information but I am sure there are other books out there more visually interesting. I'd keep looking if I were doing it again.Published on April 14, 2013 by Vermont artist