October 12, 2018

Precious stone

We have more than 12 stones available with beautiful and attractive jewelry that will help your business run better from the product side. Here are what you can find in our collection. Precious stone Precious stone - What is precious stone? There are various types of gemstone which are also categorized to â??preciousâ?? and semi-preciousâ?? stone, due to the traditions from the west world. However, nowadays, all gemstones are considered precious since they are all rare and there is a limited supply of them. Here is the list of gemstones that sparkly ready for your selection. SAPPHIRE The majestic velvet blue color of sapphire is acquired by the presence of titanium and iron traces in the stone. The worldâ??s most famous sapphire engagement ring is the one previously owned by the late Princess Diana, and currently worn by Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. The pure sapphires are actually white. But there are other colored sapphires known as â??fancy sapphiresâ?? that comes in many colors such as, black, pink, green. However, if you come across red sapphire â?? remind that it is ruby. To make the most out of the gemstoneâ??s stunning color, pairing it with gold or black gold will make it very unique. Additional popular choices are silver, platinum, or yellow rose gold. Sapphire is the birthstone for September and the gem of the fifth and forty-fifth wedding anniversaries. However, having sapphire as a gift for other occasion can means you cherish the wearer for their wisdom, truth and justice. RUBY Famous for its deep red and vibrant glow. The gemstone is associated to love, desire, and passion. A finest ruby has hit the highest records of auction due to the per-carat value for all colored gems. Ruby is the birthstone for July and the gem of the fifteenth and fortieth wedding anniversaries. The rubyâ??s bright red hue can be paired with any gold color: white, rose, yellow and gold, but also platinum. Ruby is very suitable for a gift for women. EMERALD If you look for a gemstone that express the highest self of prestige, emerald is the one. Known for its intense green shade and a clear depth of color that very few gems possess, emerald is the precious stone that symbolizes renewal and hope. Emerald has been used by many royalties. Cleopatra, the famous Queen of Egypt, was known as an emerald lover. Moreover, emerald possesses its own cut regarding its intricated called â??jardinâ?? â?? which makes the cutting so challenging that gem cutters developed a special cut in rectangular or square just for it. Emeralds are normally cast in yellow gold, but their vivid color is greatly intensified by noble platinum and white gold, too. Emerald is the birthstone for May and the gem of the twentieth and thirty-fifth wedding anniversaries. PINK SAPPHIRE Pink sapphires come in various shades of pink which make them universally complementary to all skin tones. The pink gemstone represents femininity and delicacy, yet, also expresses resilience and strength. The gemstone also symbolizes good fortune, power through hardships, intense love and compassion, and subtle elegance. The popularity of pink sapphires has been increasing the modern day due to the scarcity prior to 1990â??s. Pink sapphires were considered exceptionally rare since they were only found in a few locations around the world including Sri Lanka and Myanmar. Pink sapphires have become more widely available since new deposits were found in Madagascar in the late 1990s, then the mines of East Africa.