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Know about the rarest gem stone all over the world

Submitted by gemsngems on Mon, 11/18/2019 - 08:35

Most important artificial stones: There are more than 4000 minerals on our earth. You will probably never see many of these minerals in real life. Thanks to the geological process of the earth there are many beautiful, bizarre and precious minerals and precious birthstones for all months. You may never have heard of some. Crazy names such as Amegreen , Amazonite and Amblygonite, for example, are searched quickly in the search engine because you do not know what it is exactly.

5 things to know to buy your gems

Submitted by gemsngems on Tue, 11/05/2019 - 07:03

The world of precious stones is a vast and fascinating field. Many ill-intentioned people can use the naivety of buyers to sell low value stones at exorbitant prices. This is why we offer you some tips to choose the best your jewelry set with green amethyst stone and especially know the main bases that make a gem of good quality. Although gemology requires years of learning and advanced technical tools, it is not rocket science to quickly know the basic rules.

Eye-Catchy Colors Of Sapphires And Their Meanings

Submitted by gemsngems on Wed, 10/16/2019 - 08:26

Natural Sapphires are extremely appealing and also they make a really useful gemstone. Loose Sapphire stone has ended up being much more prominent with the stones on involvement rings being popular items out there today. One of the aspects that make sapphire prominent over ruby is that it can be found in a wide range of colors and also still preserves the shine as well as clarity of diamond when it is correctly cut and prepared.

Zircon, a stone with a thousand facets:

Submitted by gemsngems on Wed, 08/07/2019 - 08:25

Knowing more about this fantastic and marvelous stone is of paramount importance for those who want to appreciate the properties of this stone, which is often poorly known and devalued but which still has unexploited potentialities. Zircon is above all a stone with bewitching reflections, strongly implanted in the earth and whose history goes hand in hand with that of the planet. As a result, wearing zircon is, in a way, communing with history, being one with the world around us, traveling through time, at a time when the world was nothing but dust piles and of gas, land of volcano and chao

The laboratories for precious stones:

Submitted by gemsngems on Wed, 07/24/2019 - 08:14

In the precious stones trade, the gemological laboratory plays an increasingly important role. The reputable merchant wants to be sure he correctly describes his items, and many buyers want to be assured of an identification report from a respected gemology laboratory. Gemstones labs help keep the gem industry honest, as buyers and sellers know that gemstones are subject to possible testing at any time.

A complete guide about wholesale loose gemstones the Topaz stone

Submitted by gemsngems on Wed, 07/10/2019 - 04:58

Topaz is an aluminum silicate and fluorine. Topazes can be found in a multitude of different colors, but Swiss Blue topaz blue is very popular and appreciated. These different colors are due to elements involved in the chemical composition of topaz: iron, chromium, magnesium or titanium. This fine synthetic stone is appreciated since ancient times, its name would come from the Sanskrit word "Tapaz" for "fire", indeed, it was believed endowed with the ability to make invincible the one who bore it. The b

Different Types Of Precious Stones:

Submitted by gemsngems on Wed, 07/03/2019 - 12:14

Gems, precious stones, or are precious or semi-precious stones usually mined from rocks. Once cut and polished, they are used in the manufacture of jewelry and ornaments. Gems are usually hard and durable; the level of durability of a jewel is an important element when deciding on its use. In general, the value of a jewel varies according to its purity and rarity. Gems usually come in different colors such as red, blue, violet, green, pink and yellow gemstones.

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