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Precious Stones

Precious Stones


What are precious stones?

Precious stones are rare and valuable gemstones that are highly prized for their beauty, rarity, and durability. These gemstones are usually cut and polished to be used in jewelry, but they can also be used for decorative purposes or as investment pieces. The most well-known precious stones are diamonds, rubies, sapphires, and emeralds, but there are many other gemstones that are considered precious as well, such as alexandrite, tanzanite, and spinel.

Stones beloved by everyone

Diamonds are the most popular and valuable precious stone, known for their brilliance, fire, and durability. They are formed deep in the earth's mantle under intense pressure and heat, and are composed of pure carbon. Diamonds are usually colorless, but can also come in a range of colors including yellow, brown, pink, blue, and green.

Rubies are another popular precious stone, known for their rich red color and hardness. They are composed of aluminum oxide with trace amounts of chromium, which gives them their signature color. Rubies are often used in engagement rings and other high-end jewelry.

Sapphires are a type of corundum that come in a range of colors, including blue, pink, yellow, and green. They are also composed of aluminum oxide, but with different trace elements that give them their unique colors. Sapphires are often used as a center stone in engagement rings, but can also be used as accent stones in other types of jewelry.

Emeralds are a type of beryl that are known for their deep green color and natural inclusions, which are tiny imperfections within the gemstone. They are formed under specific geological conditions that allow for the presence of chromium and vanadium, which give them their distinctive green color. Emeralds are often used in high-end jewelry and can be quite expensive.

Other precious stones include alexandrite, which changes color depending on the lighting conditions, tanzanite, a blue-violet gemstone that is only found in Tanzania, and spinel, which can come in a range of colors including red, pink, blue, and purple. These stones are all highly valued for their unique beauty and rarity, and are often used in high-end jewelry pieces.