Carnelian

Carnelian

CARNELIAN (Quartz) Looks like Redeye FOUND IN Brazil, India, Scotland, USA COLOUR Blood-red, Reddish-orange HARDNESS 7 ANNIVERSARY 10th The rich, deep red/orange colours that this variety of chalcedony exudes have made it prized in history. It’s written in the...
Diamond

Diamond

DIAMOND Splinter of Stars FOUND IN Africa, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Russia COLOUR Colourless, White, Black, Yellow, Pink, Red, Blue, Brown HARDNESS 10 BIRTHSTONE April ANNIVERSARY 60th Diamonds are graded by colour, cut, clarity and carat (weight) – known as the...
Moonstone

Moonstone

MOONSTONE (Feldspar) Bathed in moon-glow FOUND IN Brazil, India, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, USA COLOUR Colourless, White, Cream, Peach, Yellow HARDNESS 6 – 6.5 BIRTHSTONE June ANNIVERSARY 2nd Obtaining its name due to its moon-like appearance this gem has long been...
Onyx

Onyx

ONYX (Chalcedony) Strong character & mystical aura FOUND IN India and South America COLOUR BLACK HARDNESS 7 Onyx is an opaque black stone which is a member of the chalcedony quartz group. The name onyx is properly applied only to the agate variety. Other varieties...
Opal

Opal

OPAL Precious bringer of change FOUND IN Australia, Brazil, Mexico, Slovakia, South Africa, USA COLOUR Colourless, White, Yellow, Orange, Rose-Red, Black, Blue HARDNESS 6 BIRTHSTONE October ANNIVERSARY 14th Opal is a hardened silica gel, containing up to 10 per cent...
Peridot

Peridot

  PERIDOT (Forsterite) The gem of the sun FOUND IN Egypt, Kenya, Mexico, Myanmar (Burma), Norway, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, US, Australia & China, COLOUR Olive-green  HARDNESS 6.5 – 7 Birthstone for August, Peridot has an...
Ruby

Ruby

Ruby (Corundum) A talisman of passion   FOUND IN Thailand, Cambodia, Afghanistan, Australia, India, Namibia, Japan, and Scotland; after the Second World War ruby deposits were found in Madagascar, Mozambique, Nepal, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Tanzania, and Vietnam...
Sapphire

Sapphire

SAPPHIRE (Corundum) Royal Blue FOUND IN Brazil, Burma, Columbia, India, Sri Lanka COLOUR All colours except Red HARDNESS 9 BIRTHSTONE September ANNIVERSARY 45th Sapphire is the name for all corundum and found in a great variety of colours, except ruby red, but usually...
Tanzanite

Tanzanite

Tanzanite (Zoisite) Blue elegance FOUND IN Tanzania COLOUR Indigo – purple/violet HARDNESS 6.5 BIRTHSTONE December   Tanzanite is a variety of sapphire-blue or purplish-blue coloured Zoisite. The stone was first discovered in Tanzania and was given the name...
Topaz

Topaz

Topaz  Mythic blue  FOUND IN  Russia, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Czech Republic, Germany, Norway, Pakistan, Italy, Sweden, Japan, Brazil, Mexico; Flinders Island, Australia; Nigeria and the United States. COLOUR Colourless (if no impurities), white, blue, brown, orange,...
Tourmaline

Tourmaline

TOURMALINE Rainbow pebbles FOUND IN Africa, Afghanistan, Brazil, Russia, USA COLOUR Black, Blue, Brown, Green, Red, Pink, Yellow HARDNESS 7.5 BIRTHSTONE October ANNIVERSARY 8th Tourmaline is a gemstone with a range of colours that surpasses all other gems and also...
Turquoise

Turquoise

  Turquoise The sacred stone FOUND IN Iran (Persia), Egypt, Northwest China, Mexico & U.S. COLOUR Opaque blue-to-green HARDNESS 5-6 Turquoise was one of the first gemstones to be mined and has long been prized for its intense opaque colour, which varies from...
Zircon

Zircon

Zircon  The oldest mineral in earth FOUND IN Australia, India, Brazil & Florida COLOUR Yellow, violet, blue, colour less, red, green, orange. HARDNESS 6.5 -7.5   Zircon has been known since antiquity and the faceted stones display great brilliance and an...
Labradorite

Labradorite

LABRADORITE Rainbow Moonstone FOUND IN Finland, Canada, Australia, Costa Rica, Germany, Madagascar, Mexico, Norway, Russia and U.S COLOUR Clear, white or grey in colour HARDNESS 6 – 6.5 Labradorite is a member of the feldspar group of minerals, which includes...
Lapis Lazuli

Lapis Lazuli

  Lapis Lazuli  Wisdom stone and night sky symbol FOUND IN Afghanistan, Russia, Pakistan, Mongolia, Italy, North America & Chile COLOUR Intense – deep blue HARDNESS 5 – 5.5   Lapis lazuli is an opaque blue rock made up of several different...
Malachite

Malachite

MALACHITE The stone of transformation FOUND IN Russia, Democratic Republic of the Congo; Gabon; Zambia; Tsumeb, Namibia; Mexico; Broken Hill, New South Wales; Burra, South Australia; Lyon, France; Timna Valley, Israel; and the Southwestern United States. COLOUR Green ...
Amber

Amber

AMBER Beaming sun FOUND IN Dominican Republic, the Baltic region of Europe, and Myanmar COLOUR Yellow HARDNESS 2 – 2.5   Amber is the fossilised resin of pine trees and was formed around 50 million years ago. Amber is the earliest used gem material of all...
Coral

Coral

Coral can be red, pink white, black or blue and is made of the calcified skeletal remains of marine animals called coral polyps. Unpolished coral is dull but can be polished to a glass like finish. The most valuable coral is red. Coral is listed in CITES Appendix II,...
Amethyst

Amethyst

  COLOUR Purple HARDNESS 7 Amethyst is the most highly prized stone in the quartz group and is available in shades of purple, lilac or mauve. Amethyst is said to have many supernatural powers and was traditionally worn to guard against drunkenness. Amethyst is...
Aquamarine

Aquamarine

FOUND IN Brazil, Afghanistan, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria, Pakistan, Russia, Tanzania, and Zambia COLOUR Aqua HARDNESS 7.5 to 8 Birthstone for March, aquamarine is part of the Beryl family which includes emeralds. The name aquamarine means ‘Water of...
Citrine

Citrine

Mohs Hardness: 7 Color: Yellow The name citrine is derived from the lemon-yellow-golden-brown colour of the stone. Natural citrine is rare and is a pale yellow colour. Most citrine on the market is amethyst, from the same quartz family as citrine, which has been...
Emerald

Emerald

EMERALD (Beryl)   Emerald, along with aquamarine and beryl, belongs to the beryl group of minerals and is the most precious. Emerald is always green in colour. Most emeralds have a ‘jardin’ which is the technical term for the inclusions which cloud an emerald....
Garnet

Garnet

Mohs Hardness: 6.5 to 7.5 Colour: Dark red The name “garnet” comes from the Latin word “Garanatus,” meaning “seedlike,” in reference to a pomegranate, because of this association the stone has come to stand for the safe return of a friend or loved one. Garnets were...
Haematite

Haematite

Haematite is an opaque, black grey stone with a shiny, metallic lustre. Haematite was popular for mourning jewellery, but today is mainly used as a stone in rings, as beads for necklaces, and engraved and set into signet rings. Haematite is not expensive.
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