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Precious Stones


Sapphires are one of the most popular and highly valued gemstones, known for their rich blue color and durability. They are the second hardest gemstone after diamonds and can range in color from blue, pink, yellow, green, and more. The blue sapphire is the most commonly recognized and sought after color. Sapphires are often used in engagement rings and other fine jewelry, and are a popular choice for their beauty and durability.


Rubies are a variety of the mineral corundum, and are highly valued for their intense red color. They are one of the hardest gemstones, and have been prized for centuries for their beauty and rarity. In some cultures, rubies are believed to bring good luck and protection to their wearer. They are often used in fine jewelry and are a popular choice for engagement rings and other special occasions.


Emeralds are a vibrant green gemstone that is highly prized for its color. They are a variety of the mineral beryl and are relatively rare, making them a sought-after choice for fine jewelry. The green color of emeralds is due to the presence of chromium and vanadium in the mineral. They are also the birthstone for the month of May.

Semi-Precious Stones:

Semi-precious stones are a term used to describe a wide range of gemstones that are less expensive than precious stones like diamonds, rubies, and emeralds. Some examples of popular semi-precious stones include amethyst, aquamarine, garnet, peridot, and tourmaline. These gemstones are often just as beautiful and eye-catching as precious stones, but are more affordable and accessible to a wider range of people. They are often used in fine jewelry and can be found in a range of colors and cuts.