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Gemstones Guide to Precious & Semi Precious Stones

The fabulous opal

The fabulous opal

The opal is a legendary gemstone, famous for its colors and unique, unmistakable individuality. These classic gemstones are typically one-of-a-kind. Each gemstone is exceptional. Opals as birthstones Writers have spent thousands of years trying to describe opals. Even in ancient times, the opal was considered remarkable. Some ancient cultures thought that opals fell out of the sky during thunderstorms and contained lightning. As a birthstone, the opal is believed to...

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Gemstones Facts Episode 5, Aquamarine

Gemstones Facts Episode 5, Aquamarine

In this episode, we will reveal few unusual facts about Aquamarine #DidYouKnow - Roman fishermen considered Aquamarine lucky and called it 'Water of the Sea'- The biggest Aquamarine found in Brazil weighs almost 243 pounds.- To know more such interesting revelations, watch the video!To shop an incredible range of Aquamarine gems, log onto @rmcgems✉️ online@shoprmcgems.com🌐 www.shoprmcgems.com View this post on Instagram A post shared by RmcGems (@rmcgems)

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Emerald – The legendary ancient gemstone

Emerald – The legendary ancient gemstone

Emeralds have an unparalleled history in jewelry. This fabulous gemstone is best known as royal jewelry and is used as a high-status gem in every culture in the world. Emerald is almost as hard as diamond, and sometimes even more expensive. Emeralds come in a range of colors from classic green to blue and blueish-green and yellow. The different colors are caused by different types of mineralization. Emeralds are cut...

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Alexandrite – One of the rarest and strangest gemstones

Alexandrite – One of the rarest and strangest gemstones

Alexandrite is a color-changing gemstone. An old saying says it's like an "emerald by day and like a  ruby by night". Discovered in 1830 in Russia, the gem was named after Emperor Alexander III, the Czar of Russia in 1839. The natural gemstone has a unique range of natural color. Colors are sometimes pale, sometimes deep, ranging from blue, to the famous classic alexandrite green, to almost translucent in natural light....

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