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Multicolour Gems
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Leading online retailer of loose colored gemstones, pearls and certified diamonds.
Leading online retailer of loose colored gemstones, pearls and certified diamonds.

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Classed as collector's gemstone, #Sphene is a fairly rare and this striking Sphene cushion weighing 33.34 cts is a brilliant gem exceeding the fire of in diamond and showing flashes of gold, yellow and green under the sunlight.

Check it out > http://bit.ly/2fViGkJ
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This 3.67 untreated yellow #sapphire is from Southern Ethiopia. Similar stones occur at the new deposit up north, but this stone was mined some 1000 miles near the Kenyan border. Check it out: http://bit.ly/2w3Vjd2
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In a fortuitous twist, the relative demise in natural #pearl valuations as a consequence of pearl cultivation actually proved to be a boon for the pearl industry. Before cultivation, there were simply never enough natural pearls to go around. And thanks to the creative use of baroque pearls, pearl jewelry designed are getting edgier.

Check it out: http://bit.ly/2v7WLyo
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#Rubies like this untreated 5.99-carat gem starting to appear from a new deposit in Mozambique and we still don't know the exact location. The star isn't really strong, but it's still easily apparent in sunlight or with a spotlight source.

Check it out: http://bit.ly/2uVJngQ

Asterism is when fibrous inclusions align on all of the crystal axes, so the cat's eye effect can appear in two or three directions at once, forming the star. Cabochon-cut star rubies characteristically shows a six-rayed star. 
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#Beryl that is not dark or green enough to be considered Emerald and too green to be considered to be aquamarine is classified as Green Beryl. The light green gemstones, like this 2.5kg specimen, can usually be heated to light blue, but the light green colors are also in demand because of some people who like the color of aquamarines in antique jewelry pieces where green beryl was more commonly used.

See green beryl stones: http://bit.ly/1l5gjFk

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For creative minds: lip-shaped Purple #Spinel weighing 2.45-carat, for your next jewelry design project. Check it out > http://bit.ly/2tbpWMB
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The traditional heating of #sapphires is a widely used and accepted enhancement process which can improve the color of the stones, like for this eye clean sapphire octagon from Tanzania. Check it out > http://bit.ly/2tYsznD

Heating techniques range from simply throwing gems in a fire to be cooked or burned to employing sophisticated electric or gas furnaces at specific pressures and atmospheric conditions. The treatment is permanent and heated stones do not require special care. 
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#Spinel comes in a range of beautiful shades, including pink, purple, orange and blue. And here we have for you a mystic and royal dark purple Spinel cushion weighing 4.77-carat from Tanzania. Get it here: http://bit.ly/2tUCgDN

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Trying to come up with an original idea for your jewelry designs? Here are two fancy #tourmaline slices, which could help you unleash your creative side.

Check it out: http://bit.ly/2tUxplL
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Brazilian #alexandrites are known for their strong color change and daylight colors that often appear more blue than green.

See more: http://www.multicolour.com/alexandrite/
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