Topaz
Although pure Topaz is colorless, it also occurs in a broad range of them from yellow to blue, pink, peach, gold, green, red, and brown. Some natural yellow stones are heated to become permanently pink (pinked topaz).
Turquoise
The color of turquoise gemstone ranges from sky blue to green and yellowish gray. The blue of this stone is because of copper while the green from iron. The color of Topaz which is a combination of the sky blue color and the stimulating green of the sea i
Peridot
Peridot also known as the evening Emerald is known for its distinctive signature. In the case of most gems their color is caused by traces of other elements present within them however the color of Peridot is an integral part of its structure. If you have
Citrine
Citrine is basically any form of quartz that is yellow or orange in color. This form of quartz is actually quite rare in nature, which is why most citrines on the market are actually heat treated to obtain the desired color. Sometimes low grade, inexpensi
Garnet
Despite the fact that their most popular color remains red, Garnets are actually found in orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, brown, black pink and white. While red is no doubt popular, its Garnet in its blue incarnation which is the rarest and is mostly
Amethyst
A deep violent color is what sets the Amethyst from all other stones. Being a variety of Quartz it is very close in structure and composition to rose quartz, citrine, carnelian, onyx, and chalcedony. Generally speaking amethyst is considered to be the mos
Emerald
Emerald, which is a green variety of beryl, is perhaps the most famous green gemstone around. Because it scores an impressive 8 on the Mohs Scale and also because of its beautiful Color, Emerald quickly became one of the most valuable gemstones in the wor
Ruby
Ruby is the most famous Red variety of Corundum and is most desirable due to its durability, luster, and rarity. Scoring an incredible 9 on the Mohs Scale, Ruby is very resistant to scratching. Transparent, flawless rubies exceed all other gems in value.
Sapphire
Sapphire refers to the blue variety of corundum. Sapphire is the most precious of all blue gemstones. Given that it is “almost” as hard as diamond, has great luster and a sparkling color, it is one of the most sought after gemstones in the world. Sapphire
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