Liquidation SALE! - 30% OFF!
Sapphire engagement rings, Gemstones and Jewelry
All one of a kind items!

Gemstone and Jewelry SALE!  30% off all inventory

Gemstone and Jewelry SALE! 30% off all inventory

by Andrea Van Wilgenburg

Sapphire engagement rings, loose natural sapphires, other loose gemstones, and gemstone jewelry 30% off until all inventory is cleared.  To shop our online sale, click HERE We carry 1000's of gemstones; sapphires, rubies, emeralds, alexandrites, opals, tourmalines, etc, so it will take time to list and clear all of our inventory.    Please keep in mind, because everything is one of a kind, in fairness to other customers, we are unable to hold/reserve items. As we approach retirement, we realize that it is time to begin liquidating our inventory.  Rogerio has been a professional gem cutter and a wholesale supplier of gemstones to jewelers since 1992.  Rogerio began developing his inventory through travels to places such as Sri Lanka and Brazil, as well...

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The Importance of a Precision Cut Gemstone

The Importance of a Precision Cut Gemstone

by Andrea Van Wilgenburg

Before you buy: Important information on gemstone cut When shopping for gemstone jewelry, the difference between precision cut gemstones and many native cut gemstones is not something about which most people are aware. However, when comparing a native cut gemstone with a precision cut gemstone, the difference can be very noticeable. Before – native cut sapphire. After – the same sapphire precision cut by Rogerio. My name is Rogerio Graca.  I am a professional gem cutter/lapidary and founder of Pristine Gemstones since 1991. Having been a gem cutter and a wholesale supplier of colored stones for over 28 years, I feel it is important to educate people about the “cut” in gemstones. Main photo – sapphire precision cut by Rogerio. Inset...

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Spinels - Take a Closer Look!

Spinels - Take a Closer Look!

by Andrea Van Wilgenburg

Although many people have never heard about spinels, when they see a fine spinel, it is love at first sight! The Many Attributes of Spinels Spinels come in many different colors but the red spinel is the rarest and most expensive of all. Spinels are also found in blue, purple, gray, orange, brown, pink, and even an inky green. Red spinels have been mistaken for rubies for centuries. Some of the most famous large rubies, such as the "Black Prince's Ruby" and the "Timur Ruby" in the British Crown Jewels are actually spinels, and not ruby as thought to be at the turn of the century. Spinels are very affordable compared to rubies and other precious colored gemstones. Spinels are...

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