Personalization Choices - Rhinestones Guide

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Czech Preciosa Rhinestones
Color Reference Chart

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  • Crystal Clear - Diamond-Like Price under - Crystal Column
  • Crystal AB -The Standard of the AB stones, throws brilliant red, green, blue, purple. Very little yellow. Very bright stone, even in dim light Crystal AB Pricing
  • Amethyst -True amethyst color ...purple with hints of red 
  • Alexandrite - Very pale purple on blue tone side
  • Aqua Aquamarine - light blue/very little green, like the gem Aquamarine
  • Aqua Bohemica -One step above aqua color, light blue/more green
  • Aurum - Metallic gold
  • Bermuda Blue -Capri Blue with an undertone of lighter blue, an effect stone
  • Black Diamond -Smoke Glass gray, brilliant 
  • Blue Zircon -Deep Aqua, bright, great for turquoise/teal colors
  • Blue Flare - Metallic dark blue - effect stone
  • Brown Flare - Metallic Brown with some purple tones - effect stone
  • Capri Blue -Rich and bright blue
  • Capri Gold - Metallic , copper like color - effect stone
  • Citrine -  Intense and bright Yellow, lemon yellow
  • Deep Tanzanite - Deep purple
  • Emerald -Rich emerald green 
  • Fuchsia -Intense rose/hot pink with purple undertone
  • Garnet -  Deep wine color / very deep red
  • Green Tourmaline - an intermediate green
  • Heliotrope -  Effect color purples, blue, but mainly a beautiful purple
  • Hematite -  Effect color, silver-gray to blackish surface, metallic, looks just like the semiprecious stone, Hematite- Shines Great over Black
  • Honey - An effect stone, crystal with hints of Gold
  • Hyacinth -Brilliant red with touch of yellow, more orange than Light Siam
  • Indian Pink - Hot pink without the purple tones
  • Indicolite - Blue with a tinge of green, lighter than blue zircon... more blue
  • Jet - Opaque Black, Usually un-backed (Strauss) 
  • Jonquil -Very pale yellow with a tinge of green
  • Labrador - Metallic Silver, shiny like a stud, effect stone
  • Light Amethyst -Lighter version of Amethyst, lavender with hints of red 
  • Light Colorado Topaz -Paler gold than Topaz, less yellow/orange Beige. 
  • Light Peach -Pale Peach color
  • Light Rose - Paler version of Rose 
  • Light Sapphire -Much less intense than Sapphire 
  • Light Siam - Brilliant bright red, Fire Engine Red
  • Montana Blue -Deep blue good when Navy Blue 
  • Olivine -  Olive Green 
  • Padparadscha -  Salmon color, a nice light coral
  • Peridot -Medium green/yellow, excellent with greens and limes 
  • Rose - True rose color
  • Rose Opal - Rose Translucent with pearly Cast (Pearly) - similar to an opal with Rose tones. The AB version of Rose Opal has peachy tones
  • Ruby -Deep/Dark fuchsia (not RED like a ruby stone- for that see Siam)
  • Sapphire - Rich royal blue
  • Siam - Deep Blood Red, or deep Ruby color 
  • Smoke Topaz - Deep Topaz color, less yellow than Topaz, Bronze color
  • Starlight Gold -  a highly reflective bronze shade of gold
  • Sun -  Very golden Orange (Like the setting Sun)
  • Tanzanite - Light purple, more bluish and less red than Light Amethyst 
  • Topaz - Golden brown yellow, good with golds and browns 
  • Violet - Very pretty purple, lighter than light amethyst, same family
  • Volcano -  Effect color, intense purple, red, blue, green. Changes color as light hits it. 
  • White Opal -  Translucent with Yellow Cast (Pearly) - similar to an opal.  Great for Off White.