Zultanite specialist to raise profile of color-changing gem with online sales website

Zultanite specialist to raise profile of color-changing gem with online sales website

Although this gemstone came into being millions of years ago, it has only been known by the name of morganite since 1911, before that the gemmological world simply viewed the 'pink beryl' as a variety of beryl, not as a gemstone in its own right. mainly comes from deposits in Brazil, Madagascar, Afghanistan and California. Its good hardness of 7.5 to 8 on the Mohs scale

Although this gemstone came into being millions of years ago, it has only been known by the name of morganite since 1911, before that the gemmological world simply viewed the 'pink beryl' as a variety of beryl, not as a gemstone in its own right. mainly comes from deposits in Brazil, Madagascar, Afghanistan and California. Its good hardness of 7.5 to 8 on the Mohs scale

Ametrine: very helpful in getting rid of depression, leads to inner peace and tranquility. Many believe that it contains the powers of amethyst and citrine in one stone, making it a very powerful money stone as well as a higher psychic awareness and spiritual enlightenment. VERY RARE POWER STONE.

Ametrine: very helpful in getting rid of depression, leads to inner peace and tranquility. Many believe that it contains the powers of amethyst and citrine in one stone, making it a very powerful money stone as well as a higher psychic awareness and spiritual enlightenment. VERY RARE POWER STONE.

Image of FINE GEMSTONE: NATURAL BI-COLOR SAPPHIRE - 3.03 CT. with GIA | Lot #73116 | Heritage Auctions

Image of FINE GEMSTONE: NATURAL BI-COLOR SAPPHIRE - 3.03 CT. with GIA | Lot #73116 | Heritage Auctions

Alexandrite - This stone can undergo a dramatic shift in colour depending on the type of light it is viewed in. A variety of Chrysoberyl, alexandrite belongs to the same family as the emerald.

10 Gemstones Much Rarer Than Diamond

Alexandrite - This stone can undergo a dramatic shift in colour depending on the type of light it is viewed in. A variety of Chrysoberyl, alexandrite belongs to the same family as the emerald.

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