✦ Raw diamonds and polish diamonds

✦ Raw diamonds and polish diamonds

From school chemistry lessons, we know that diamonds are made of carbon. Carbon is a chemical element in the Mendeleev's periodic table with number 6 and an atomic mass of 12. Carbon is found in nature in the form of various compounds (especially in biology, being the basis of protein bodies), as well as in its pure form, for example,...



✦ Sapphire Stone

✦ Sapphire Stone

Sapphire gemstone, refers to the mineral Corundum family the same as a ruby stone.  ✦ History: In ancient times, People from Tamil in the regions of Southeast Asia were found only hard stones, the type of these stones was called Corundum. ✦ Colors: In addition to light blue and vivid blue tones, sapphires have a very wide palette of colors, they can be...



✦ Emerald

✦ Emerald

Gem Emerald, a gemstone, belongs to the beryl rock, green in color. Emerald is one of the most precious gems on the planet, by its estimated value it becomes in line with Diamonds, Rubies, Sapphires, and Paraiba Tourmaline. ✦ History:  As far back as ancient times Emeralds were very highly valued and traded in the 4th century B.C. At that time...



✦ Paraiba Tourmaline

✦ Paraiba Tourmaline

The first tourmalines were found in the 1500s, for a long time tourmalines were confused with other gemstones, such as rubies, emeralds, zircons. According to the hardness, Mohs scale tourmalines are 7-7,5.  Paraiba is the rarest and most precious type of tourmaline, not ennobled Paraiba tourmaline, which competes in price with diamonds, and high-quality rubies and sapphires. The tourmaline color palette...



✦ Pure Diamonds

✦ Pure Diamonds

The founder of the diamond industry is India. The first mention of precious finds there dates back to the 3rd millennium BC. Crystals began to come to Europe in the 13th century. However, they learned to process them only in the XV. The first diamond in our modern view was made by Louis de Bernell for the Duke of Burgundy,...