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Pearl

Pearls are produced by shelled mollusks, when a foreign object, such as a grain of sand, gets in the shell and its surface is deposited by layers of Mother if pearl. Suchwise, a few years later ...

Gold

Gold had been known to mankind for thousands of years, as evidenced by numerous ancient jewels found by archeologists. Gold is a part of precious metals group, due to its ductility and, of course ...

Diamonds

Diamond- from Ancient Greek adamas (unbreakable). This word perfectly describes the physical properties of diamond, since it is at the top of the Mohs scale of mineral hardness. Diamonds are ...

Silver

Perhaps, everyone has heard about incredible effects of silver. However, not everyone knows how big is the range. Even if you do not owe any silver jewellery, it does not mean you do not encounter ...

How to find out ring size.

Making purchases online, we are concerned about picking the right size. Choosing the ring for yourself, and especially as a present, without being able to try it first – may seem like a daunting ...

Amethyst

Amethyst is the most expensive variety of quartz. Its colour can vary from dark purple to pink. Amethyst crystals are quite hard, and estimated to have 7 points out of 10 on the Mohs scale. The ...

Swarovski

The Swarovski company was founded in the late 19th century in Austria by Daniel Swarovski. To this day the company remains a family business, run by the fifth generation of the Swarovski family ...

Quartz

One of the most abundant minerals on Earth is quartz. Pure quartz is either transparent or has a white colour due to internal cracks. Inclusions and impurities colours quartz, creating new varieties ...

Garnet

Dark red garnet crystals look similar to pomegranate seeds (Latin: granatus – grain, seed). Perhaps this is how the mineral got its name. Nevertheless, garnet is not necessarily red. It has ...

Emerald

Emerald is a green coloured beryl, considered as one of the most rare and expensive among other minerals. Emerald hardness is estimated to be 7.5 - 8 out of 10 units according to the Mohs scale ...