http://www.etsy.com/listing/64873689/platinum-vintage-ring-zircon-blue-1950s This alluring European ring, Circa 1950s, is made of platinum. The center blue/green stone is a semi precious gem called zircon with a weight of 3.39 Carats. The jewel is hallmarked "950" indicating a platinum alloy of 95%. The ring weighs 6.90 Grams and the finger US size is 5¼. It is our pleasure to resize the ring for you at our expense. From our expertise, this ring is in excellent condition and fine quality.
http://www.presstv.com/section/3510515.htmlMore than 7000 years ago extracting turquoise from mines of Neishaboor in the north east of Iran began.Since then Iran's turquoise and many other gemstones have set the standards for this precious stone all around the world.In this edition of Iran program Hoda Lezgi tells us more about the Iranian precious stones as well as their various uses in the country.
http://www.jewelrytelevision.com/index.aspx?tid=21847&product_id=DVD4&…Ruby, Emerald, and Sapphire- This illusive trilogy of gemstones has impacted the course of history like none other. Experience the story of the Ruby, Emerald, and Sapphire.
http://tinyurl.com/4l47jz6mm Round Semi Precious Stones Matched Pair Set Of 5Customers love these. StacieM of Northern, KY writes,"I bought these specifically to make earrings with to give as gifts. The blue topaz is what caught my eye, as it is my young niece's birthstone and I wanted to give them to her for her b-day this year. They are simply gorgeous! The blue topaz is sky blue, but not too light. The peridot is my fave, and I am keeping them for myself! The citrine is much brighter than pictured. Overall, I am very satisfied and would recommend. The only issue I noticed is that one of the amethysts is slightly bigger than the other (about 0.5 mm) but I don't think it will be obvious one they are actually set in to castings. Other than that, all of the sets are perfectly matched as pairs, giving you the option to use them as earrings."
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This is a place to learn all about precious gemstones. Where they are found and how they are made.
Which are the most sought after and the most rare.
We will look into the history of many of the gems and discuss their origins, colors, folklore and why they are prized by Kings and commoners alike.
many colors of garnets
Gemstones come from all over the world. Some have even been found in Meteorites. (special kind of peridot) Very Rare! Some can be hand picked in National Parks, in the USA, or in private mines that have opened to the public such as the one below in Ontario, Canada
Amethyst Mine Panarama, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
Remember, A gemstone, by it’s nature, is a “Forever” gift.