This gemstone, found in the mines of Sri Lanka, Myanmar, and Madagascar, is often mistaken for rubies (red) or sapphires (blue) due to its red hues or blue hues. However, this gemstone has also been discovered in the various shades of pink, green, yellow, brown, black, or violet (uncommon). On the Mohs scale, a spinel […]

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This dazzling gemstone has aptly secured a place a for itself in the genre of “Precious Stones.” Known to be included in the Corrundum group of minerals, that is minerals containing  Aluminium oxide and some trace elements, Sapphires are principally famous for possessing a blue color. Surprisingly, this gemstone is also found in Purple, Yellow, […]

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The bright colored Emerald belongs to the Beryl family of gemstones, owing its vibrant colors to Chromium and Vanadium , which are pivotal for the formation of this beautiful stone. Emerald occurred for the first time in an Egyptian mine roughly 100 years ago. Since then, there have been numerous sources, with Colombia being the […]

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The chief objective of a gemstone certification is to distinguish a natural stone from a synthetic one. It is an imperative process in the Gem Industries as a natural, untreated stone is more valuable than a synthetic one since the former is seldomly found.   A fundamental Gemstone Certificate comprises: Name Dimensions Hardness or Refractive […]

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This is yet another gemstone from the Corrundum group. The word Ruby stems from the Latin word  ‘Ruber’ which means Red. The emergence of Ruby can be regarded as a fascinating phenomenon since it is atypical that Chromium oxide, which is normally present in the deepest extremities of the earth, surfaced precisely when Alumina was […]

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