April 20, 2021

Gemstones with Health Benefits

For millennia, people have used gemstones principally for ornamental purposes. However, in both ancient and modern times, cultures all over the world have also believed that […]
February 9, 2021

Garnet: Beauty in Many Colors

From Gem Society   Although garnet is commonly associated with the color red, these gemstones can be found in almost any color and are popular choices […]
February 6, 2021

Luxury Giants Like Louis Vuitton Are Falling for Big Gems

“They get a lot of publicity and customers who otherwise would not have thought of these brands for high jewelry.” A handful of huge diamonds has […]
February 2, 2021

The art of the cut: The gem revealed

Through meticulous design and precise execution, lapidary masters unveil the inner beauty of the stone, turning it into a vessel of philosophical thought and spiritual narrative. […]
January 29, 2021

Spinel, Beauty that needs your attention

Although spinel has been used in jewelry since ancient times, this gemstone has only recently received the attention it deserves. Before the rise of modern gemology […]
September 26, 2020

The Beryl Family includes some of the most popular and expensive gems

The beryl family includes some of the most popular and expensive gemstones. Emerald and aquamarine are well-known and popular choices for jewelry, while red beryl is one of the rarest and most […]
January 5, 2020

Pink diamonds, rare already, about to get more scarce as the biggest mine producing them closes

Rio Tinto-owned Argyle Diamond Mine in remote Western Australia accounts for 90 per cent of worldwide pink diamond production. Auctioneers report rising demand and prices for […]
December 30, 2019

What your colored engagement ring means

Shine bright like a yellow diamond? But actually. Your S.O. knew that if he or she liked it they should put a colored ring on it. Gemstones in […]
November 20, 2019

What’s behind our obsession with gems?

Humankind’s fascination with precious stones long predates the establishment of gemology. The Romans believed that diamonds were splinters of falling stars, while the ancient Greeks considered […]
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