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Types of Gems: A World to Discover

Jun 06, 2020

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The creativity and design of a jewel begin in most cases, from the acquisition and manipulation of a gem, which depending on many factors, can contain a very high potential to achieve a grand design and jewel.

Formation of the gems.

Gems are created from natural processes and forces that define them by their color, shape, purity, hardness, among other aspects. From its formation to its wear, the rocks go through natural cyclic processes that originate inside the earth. This cycle causes the stones to form and pass through different climatic conditions such as temperature and pressure, causing mixtures of various minerals with each other, finally creating the Green Gemstones.

pink topaz

Conventionally, gems have been divided by the jeweller sector between precious Green Glass Gemstones  and semi-precious gems. However, this type of classification has nothing to do with purity, beauty, or purchasing value.

Today, the consumer looks for and knows different Rarest Gemstones either because he is attracted to their color, rusticity, or brightness, which has resulted in many other flowers appearing in the visible spectrum of buyers.

Precious stones

Diamond

One of the rarest and esteemed expensive gems on the marketplace, diamond, is shaped in igneous rocks.

Although the diamond is formed at a great depth of the earth, we have access to them and other Morganite Stone. Because many cases, reach the surface through volcanic eruptions or are dragged by rivers or streams that lead them to alluvial deposits (river beds), coastal sands, or sea beds.

The diamond is the flagship gem of the jewellery. It is chemically composed of crystallized carbon and is desired due to its hardness, purity, and shine, with white colour being the best known and valued by the jewellery industry and buyers. Also, we can find the diamond in other natural tones such as yellow, orange, cognac, pink, and blue, Purple Gemstone.

Diamonds are certified according to different quality standards, and a document issued by a recognized laboratory in this area will specify unique characteristics that the stone contains.

Ruby

Ruby is a deep red Peridot Gemstone that can contain flashes of violet and orange. The gemstones considered to be the best quality are those that have a very dark and strong purplish-red color, free of inclusions and impurities.

The ruby with the best attributes is found in Myanmar (Burma) due to the purity of its color. Being that in these countries, the red color may be less intense and more opaque, or even Light Blue Gemstone  may have more inclusions.

Sapphire

This gemstone is more profuse than the ruby. The best known and valued is deep Blue Gemstones, although you can find a wide range of colors in different regions of the planet that range from pink, green, violet, and even transparent or colorless sapphire.

In the Myanmar region, there is a bright and intense Blue Stone Gem that has a small violet tint and is considered one of the best in terms of quality.

These precious August Gemstone can usually be treated through standard and legal practices and processes within the market, to improve and refine them in some way. The stones that are obtained without treating represent a much higher value within the industry, precisely for not having any type of human intervention.

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