Divinity Diamonds offers an exquisite range of gemstones, either loose, or set in jewellery pieces.
Emeralds are one of the most popular and valued gemstones in the world. They have been around for thousands of years, were well known and written about as far back as 6,000 years ago. The Emerald is a very attractive stone that was extremely popular in Ancient times and during the Middle Ages and Renaissance period in Europe. It’s most known attribute is its deep and intense green hue, sometimes referred to as “green fire”.
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Aquamarine is the beautiful gemstone that is the colour of the sea, bluish – green. It has been known to man for thousands of years. Ancient sailors would take these precious stones on ships when they travelled to stay safe, in medieval ages, it was believed to have mystical qualities such as for one to be happy in marriage and to be honest and faithful. Aquamarine has many great attributes that make it an excellent stone for ornamental jewelry and it is usually fashioned for earrings, rings, bracelets and charms. For instance, its hardness is rated a 7.5 o 8.0 on the Moh’s scale.
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One of the most sought after gemstones in the world are rubies.
The Ruby is one of the most beautiful gemstones created by nature. It comes in either a pinkish red or deep, rich red colour. High quality rubies have a wonderful hue to them and are termed “silk” rubies. Rubies were worn by Emperors, kings and aristocrats since the dawn of time. During ancient times it was said that those that possess Rubies will never have their wealth or belongings taken from them. Today, Rubies are used for the highest quality jewellery pieces and can be extremely beautiful in rings, charms, earrings and bracelets. Rubies are usually the perfect gemstone to create wonderful high quality jewellery out of. They are extremely strong, resistant to scratches, their colour which is usually created by chromium is very stable and won’t fade and the crystal structure is extremely beautiful, shiny and transparent to translucent, making it perfect for rings, bracelets, earrings and charms.
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One of the more beautiful gemstones found throughout the world are Sapphires. Sapphires are truly for color lovers. Sapphires come in many different types of colours from colourless to yellow, orange, to blue. Sapphires are from the mineral Corundum; this mineral is one of the strongest and hardest on earth and is perfect for making high quality jewelry pieces.
Sapphire is perhaps one of the oldest known gemstones. It was revered by kings and queens from the beginning of time. Sapphire comes from Latin word sapphirus. It is the word for blue.
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Topaz is the birthstone of December, it is a talisman for the sign of Sagittarius and the suggested anniversary gemstone for the 4th, 19th or 23rd year of marriage.
The name topaz comes from the Sanskrit and means fire.
Naturally pale to medium blue topaz is enhanced by irradiation to produce a more intense blue color.
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What is it that makes the tsavorite so desirable? Well, for one thing there is its vivid, radiant green. The colour range of the tsavorite includes a springlike light green, an intense blue-green and a deep forest green - colours which have a refreshing and invigorating effect on the senses. However, this gemstone is also valuable on account of its great brilliance. It has, like all the other garnets, a particularly high refractive index (1.734/44).
Unlike many other gemstones, the tsavorite is neither burnt nor oiled. This gemstone is not in need of any such treatment. Another positive characteristic is its robustness. It has almost the same hardness as the emerald, - approximately 7.5 on the Mohs scale - but it is markedly less sensitive. That is an important feature not only when it comes to the stone's being set but also in its being worn. It is well suited to the popular 'invisible setting', in which the stones are set close by one another.
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