Gold – The King of commodities

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Why is Gold Valuable? Gold has occupied a unique role in the financial systems of cultures worldwide. Unlike...

What is Painite and why painite from Myanmar can fetch US$60,000 per carat

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Humans have adorned themselves and their belongings with attractive stones since prehistoric times. We’ve used fossil materials such as jet and amber,...

Teal Sapphires: Wear a piece of the Ocean & the Forest at once

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The Era for Teal Widely known as teal, this dark cyan-like hue was originally named after the bluish-green stripe...

Using Conventional Equipment to Separate Natural from Synthetic Ametrine

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Ametrine is a bicolored quartz variety that contains both amethyst and citrine zones in the same crystal. The only significant source of...

Silver vs. White Gold, what’s different!

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March 30th, 2020 At first glance, it's hard for the untrained eye to tell the difference between white...

Tourmaline the art of selling with color

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March 9th, 2020 Every design can benefit from a well-placed pop of color — and there’s perhaps...

Jewelry buying doesn’t have to be complicated

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March 2nd, 2020 Buying jewelry comes naturally to some people, but certainly not everyone. It can...

Engagement Rings: The best alternative gemstones

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February 27th, 2020 An engagement ring is considered to be one of the most important pieces...

Sunstone – A truly fascinating Gemstone

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February 5th, 2020 - By Ulymar Rocha Sunstone is a crystal that exhibits a spangled...

All about Memorial Diamonds

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January 30th, 2020 A “memorial diamond” maybe a lab-created diamond that made up of the ashes or...
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Large Type IIa Diamond from Arkansas, USA

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A 1.16 ct type IIa diamond recovered in 2020 from Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas. Photo by Diego Sanchez....

US Polished Imports Return to Downward Trend

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RAPAPORT... US polished-diamond imports fell again in February after showing signs of stabilizing in the previous month, according to recent data from the...

New Emerald Locality in Southern California

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Figure 1. A map of California with an inset showing the San Diego area and marking the emerald locality (star).
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