Dichroic Stones

This chart shows the stone colors. Remember that the stones colors vary with light and motion, so it is very difficult to catch the exact color.
When the stone has Frit in the name, it means that it has black lines and squiggles.

Amethyst Teal.
Stone shows violet and teal.
Aqua
 Stone shows aqua and blue.
Blue Ripple
Stone shows deep blue with green highlights
Clear Frit
Clear stone with black streaks. Stone shows many colors when moved.
Clear Pink
Stone is clear with pink/green highlights
Clear teal
Stone is clear with teal highlights
Cyan Ripple
Cyan ripples in complimentary colors
Emerald Ice
Stone Shows emerald green with sparkle
Flamingo. Stone is deep pink with highlights Green Ripple
Ripples of colors
Hot Pink Frit
Hot Pink stone with black splashes
Ice
Clear stone that reflects colors as it moves.
Lava
Appears as if looking into water. Colors are very neutral with ripples
Opal
Stone shows light pink and green. Resembles an opal.
Opaque Pink
Deep pink with blue highlights
Patch
Patches of different colors
Peridot Pink
Stone shows shades of peridot green and pink
Pink Pattern
Black with deep pink pattern
Pink Reed
Pale Pink with lines of color
Pink Ripple
Ripples of shades of pink

LM
Purple
Various shades of purple
Purple Pattern
Honeycomb purple pattern
Splash
Splashes of colors,
Lemon
Lemon yellow w/white streaks

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ST

WHFT

LMGO

Cobalt
Deep Rich Blue
Streamers
Yellow w/black streamers
White Frit
White w/black squiggles
Lemon Gold
Sparkle Lemon Gold

RBW

 

LVFT

PSPL

BG

Rainbow
A rainbow of colors
Lava Frit
Icy Blue Water w/black
Pastel Splash
Many pastel colors
Blue Green

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