Free Windows Themes Gems and Minerals

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Gems and Minerals – Free Windows Themes

The allure of gems is as old as man. Gems are mostly minerals but certain rocks for example Tigers Eye are cut and polished to turn them into precious and semiprecious gems. They have been used in trade and are valued on the basis of their purity and scarcity. Gemstones have been used in making jewelry for emperors, kings and queens throughout the centuries. Gems and minerals have been regarded as symbols of peace, prosperity and happiness. All over the world gems and minerals have held and still hold astrological importance.

Bring the beauty of gemstones to your Windows 7 & 8 desktop with these free windows themes. Each download includes a custom background. Sixteen gem and mineral themed free windows themes are yours to download. Pick your favorite or try them all. Don’t forget to browse the Windows 7 & 8 Themes and other categories and you may find other gems to download.

You can also use any theme offered as the foundation for your Rainmeter desktop. Add drive information, network information, media players and hundreds of other options to personalize your desktop. More information can be found in the Rainmeter category.

This gems & minerals themed custom collection includes free windows themes based on:

Amethyst Tungsten Ruby
Topaz Coral
Copper
Onyx Sapphire Hiddenite
Magnesium Carnelian Pearl
Tanzanite

Gems and Minerals – Free Windows Themes
amethyst
athenaspearl
carnelian-flare
carnelian-stairway
coppercumulus
glasscoral
hiddenitestar
magnesiumblush
nano-onyx
oxideflow
ruby-overeasy
sapphire
tanzanite-helix
topaz-fiber
topaz-minotaur
tungsten-pool

If your interested in seeing an amazing collection of gems and minerals online you can visit the Smithsonian Institution’s Gem Gallery. The 20,000 square foot permanent exhibition is home to the Hope Diamond as well as 3,500 other specimens from the National Gem and Mineral Collections, the National Rock and Ore Collections, and the National Meteorite Collection.

See more themes by Charles Herron at Where’s My Drink.com

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