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Aquamarine-Collection, new: extraLapis No.40 BRAZIL

Last Updated: 6th Mar 2012

By Kuno Stoeckli

Update of my article:
New: Articles and photos in extraLapis No 40, August 2011
I am collector, artist (painter and carver of precious stones), born 1934 in Switzerland, living in Zurich
Name: Kuno Stoeckli, Language: german
I am a Mindat user with many photos of sites and minerals

My Website: www.kunostoeckli.ch

I created my website with iWeb, with hundreds of pictures: Beryls from my collection, objects in precious stones, paintings (since 1965) and aquatints and other copper plate printings.
Links:
Beryllsammlung 1 and 2 (Beryl-collection)
Bilder (Paintings 1965-1998 and 1999-2012)
Originalgrafik (Graphic arts)
Edelsteinobjekte/ Gems (Objects in precious stones)

Since 1984 I collect Aquamarines and other Beryls, most in cabinet size.
Today they are over 1000 selected specimens. It is a beautiful collection with some unique unparalleled pieces.
The Link "Miracle" shows a Quartz-Masterpiece, a perfect natural Cristal whitout parallel anywhere.
Did you see a similar cristal? When yes, let me now!
Thank you for feedbacks!

Contact:
kunst.urm@sunrise.ch






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11th Feb 2009 01:06 UTCDebbie Woolf Manager

Wonderful collection Kuno, thank you for sharing it.

Debbie

11th Feb 2009 17:47 UTCRobert Knox

Great website, and a wonderful beryl collection! The "miracle" quartz is fantastic!!! I've never seen any like it.

Kuno, I am most impressed by your artwork. The cubist styled, crystal-inspired pieces are simply amazing. I hope you have a long and happy career as an artist; there is certainly room in this world for more of your work.

Bob Knox

12th Feb 2009 17:16 UTCDarren Court

Fantastic collection, thanks for sharing. And your art - reminds me slightly of my favortie Swiss artist - Paul Klee. Thanks.
Darren

13th Feb 2009 04:47 UTCMark Rheinberger Expert

Very impressive collection of Beryl.

Mark.

15th Feb 2009 16:51 UTCJohn Truax

Thank you for posting, very nice to look around at your site!

J T

17th Feb 2009 16:06 UTCAymeric Longi

What an amazing collection ! and the miracle quartz is simply flabbergastering !
Thanks for sharing !

Aymeric

22nd Aug 2009 00:35 UTCAdam Kelly

Beautiful collection. Amazing diversity within Beryls.
I particularly like the 400 gram Aqua/Morganite.
Oneday I will have one of these in my collection.
AK
 
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