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The Twinkle Of Star Gems
2020-10-02 01:50
The Twinkle of Star Gems Stars, the twinkly dots above our night sky, create amazing sceneries on what seemed to be a black blank space. Before the times of electricity and technology, th… Read More
2020-10-02 01:25
Ornamental Gemstones: Lapis Lazuli, Malachite, and Turquoise Ornamental gems have seen it used for millenniums through ancient civilisations till the present day. The reason for its usage… Read More
2020-10-01 08:08
Pearls: Natural or Cultured The creation of pearls truly is a wonder of nature. Unlike most gemstones, pearls are created by mollusks as a self-defense mechanism. Blessed with a unique lu… Read More
Spinel In Marble: The Little Red Dot
2020-10-01 03:39
Spinel in Marble: The Little Red Dot Throughout the history of gemstones, red stones dominated the culture of the ancient world. For them, red gems symbolise blood, power, fire, and beaut… Read More
September Birthstone: Sapphire
2020-10-01 01:45
Throughout the history of sapphire, it has represented a diverse symbolism in many cultures. It is thought to bring many attributes such as wisdom, wealth, truth, royalty, and many more. For… Read More
Facts About Peridot: The Underdog Gemstone
2020-07-26 11:15
When it comes to green gemstones, the first stone that comes to our minds will most probably be emerald. Unsurprisingly, it is the most talked-about green gem that represents everything from… Read More
2020-07-26 11:15
When it comes to green gemstones, the first stone that comes to our minds will most probably be emerald. Unsurprisingly, it is the most talked-about green gem that represents everything from… Read More
July Birthstone: Ruby
2020-07-20 07:49
Ruby, the great birthstone of July, is the most valuable member of the corundum species, with sapphire coming second. What makes ruby so highly valued perhaps is its intense red colour that… Read More
The Colourful World Of Opal
2020-07-19 14:44
Opal is a very familiar and easy-to-recognise gemstone that has enchanted anyone that comes across with its beautiful display of colours. It is the only stone that displays the phenomenon, p… Read More

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