The power of owning all of the Infinity Stones can be a lot of pressure (see Avengers: Endgame), but what if you could own a really pretty replica of them?
Marvel and East Continental Gems announced the launch of their official Infinity Collection of Gemstones. This collection was curated by East Continental Gems — with Darren Romanelli (DRx) serving as the collection’s creative director — and unveiled today at the Marvel Booth at Comic-Con International: San Diego (SDCC).
The Infinity Collection of Gemstones includes all six of the Infinity Stones from the Marvel Universe — stones that represent time, space, reality, mind, power, and soul. Within the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), fans have seen how just a single stone can wreak havoc on a culture — but when paired together, the six of them can cause extreme, universe-altering damage.
The Time Stone: In real life, a Colombian emerald that is nearly 23 carats. In the MCU, the Time Stone has the ability to manipulate time, even in places beyond time.
The Space Stone: In real life, a sapphire from the island of Madagascar that is more than 30 carats. In the MCU, the Space Stone allows its user to exist in any location and move throughout different realities.
The Reality Stone: In real life, an oval-shaped, natural ruby from Mozambique, Africa that is more than 15 carats. In the MCU, the Reality Stone gives its user the power to will anything in or out of existence.
The Power Stone: In real life, an oval-shaped, natural amethyst that is more than 35-carats. In the MCU, users can access and manipulate all forms of energy, as well as enhance their own physical strength and durability.
The Soul Stone: In real life, a cushion-shaped spessartite that exceeds 35 carats. In the MCU, the Soul Stone can manipulate the soul of a person and control life and death.
The Mind Stone: In real life, a high clarity, intensely colored, rectangular, brilliant-cut yellow diamond, close to 35 carats. In the MCU, the Mind Stone allows users to enhance their minds.
The six stones together combine to more than 150-carats and are worth an estimated value of more than $25 million. The brand also plans to issue a limited-edition Reality Stone in September as part of a future collection to be released at a later date. For more information, visit eastcontinentalgems.com.