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About Gems

To learn more about gemstones and their unique qualities, feel free to click on the images below. You will be able to read lots of interesting facts about the gemstones listed below.

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  • About Zircon

    Zircon is a beautiful, natural gemstone which is not to be confused with lab-made cubic zirconia. The most vibrant b...
  • Tanzanite 4.10ct

    About Tanzanite

    Tanazanite was discovered in 1967 in Tanzania. It has never been found anywhere else. Tanzanite is bluer in daylight...
  • About Topaz

    Natural Topaz is colorless to a rich reddish pink. But this durable stone is more popular for its rich, imperial, r...
  • About Spinel

    Spinel was an underappreciated gem in ancient times. Now, it is a favorite of gem dealers on account of its brillian...
  • About Sphene

    Sphene is a rare, bright, yellowish-green gemstone that is perfect for making earrings and pendants owing to its inc...
  • About Sapphire

    Sapphire comes in almost every color but its most popular color is Blue. It is a close cousin of Ruby as they are me...
  • Ruby 1.67ct

    About Ruby

    Ruby has all the attributes of a precious stone- hardness, color and brilliance. The finest quality of Ruby is known...
  • Peridot 6.53ct

    About Peridot

    Peridot has been used in jewelry-making since ancient times in Egypt. Their stones originally came from a volcanic i...
  • About Opal

    Legends and tales about this colorful gemstone can be traced back to the ancient Australian Aborigines. Learn more a...
  • About Morganite

    Women love Morganite for its fine pink and peach tones. The name Morganite came into being less than 100 years ago. ...
  • About Garnet – Almandite

    Garnet is a group of over 10 gems with a similar chemical composition. Red is the most common color, but it also com...
  • About Emerald

    Emerald is in the Beryl family of gems. Other varieties include Aquamarine and Morganite.The name Emerald comes from...
  • About Citrine

    The name Citrine is derived from the color of the lemon. The most desired Citrines have a clear, radiant yellowish t...
  • Aquamarine from Nigeria

    About Aquamarine

    Aquamarine is a beautiful gemstone with pastel blue shades which can complement any color making it an excellent sto...
  • About Amethyst

    Did you know that people used to drink wine in Amethyst cups? This gorgeous gemstone is the birthstone of February a...
  • About Alexandrite

    Alexandrite is a mesmerizing gemstone that changes color. In daylight, it is a gorgeous green and inside in lampligh...
  • About Garnet – Tsavorite

    What makes Tsavorite so desirable for jewelry-making is its radiant green color. This gemstone is a pure piece of na...
  • About Garnet – Demantoid

    Demantoid is the most expensive of all Garnets and one of the most precious of all gemstones. It sparkling quality a...
  • About Garnet – Spessartite

    Spessartite is known for its beautiful mandarin orange color. Discover its journey from a collector's gemstone to a ...
  • Tourmaline 1.20ct

    About Tourmaline

    Spessartite is known for its beautiful mandarin orange color. Discover its journey from a collector's gemstone to a ...
  • About Garnet – Hessonite

    Hessonite is a grossular garnet that is great for jewelry. It also known as cinnamon stone owing to its color that v...
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