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Though tourmaline occurs in almost every color, blue tourmalines, also known as indicolites, are a rarity. Coloured by iron, indicolites can vary from light to deep blue and are on the higher end of the price scale due to their exclusivity.
First Discovered in Brazil, Paraiba Tourmalines are among the world's most prized gemstones and are well-known for their intense blue colours, which are brought out by the copper present in them. In fact, Paraiba Tourmalines are set to be the perfect semi-precious stone investment in the near and foreseeable future.
Ranging from orange to reddish brown, spessartine garnets are rare gemstones. With good hardness, excellent brilliance, and sparkle, these gemstones look truly exceptional in jewelry. The fact that spessartine garnets are almost always completely natural and untreated makes them especially attractive to collectors.
Rhodolite garnet is the finest of red garnets. Its name is derived from the Greek word “rhodon”, which translates to “colored like a rose”. The color of this radiant gemstone combined with its brilliance and durability has contributed to its demand in the industry.
For a long period of time, exceptional quality Imperial Topaz have been rare to find. Once you learn to appreciate its rarity, the Imperial Topaz will become one of your favorite gemstones. This exceptional stone comes from Ouro Preto, located in Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Spinels come in vivid colours that span the spectrum. They take on different shades, from classic ruby to elegant sapphire. In recent years, spinels from Burma and Tanzania (Mahenge) have been gaining well-deserved recognition and are preferred in gem trade among others.
Morganite has increased in popularity and value over the years. With stunning pink colours brought about by the presence of manganese, the gemstone was first introduced to the American market by Tiffany & Co. after being discovered in Madagascar and remains, to this day, adored by jewelry enthusiasts and gemstones collectors alike.
Emeralds have always have a special place in people’s hearts. In fact, different cultures from across the world have folklore about the sought after gemstone. Found in various parts of the world such as Colombia, Zambia, Brazil, Afghanistan, and Russia, emeralds occur in shades between blue green to medium or darker green and have been in high demand for centuries.