The most popular Gemstones in our days

 

    Gemstones have played various roles in the myths and legends of human cultures throughout history. Some tell a story or are believed to have special powers, but all of them share a common beauty. Each gemstone is unique with a special color, birthplace, and story. Gemstones come in every color of the rainbow and are gathered from all corners of the world, with each colored gemstone possessing a unique creation of beautiful color. Some gemstones have been treasured since before history began and others were only discovered recently. Join us as we explore the world of color gemstone jewelry.

 

Zircon - is a mineral belonging to the group of nesosilicates. The natural color of zircon varies between colorless, yellow-golden, red, brown, blue and green. Colorless specimens that show gem quality are a popular substitute for diamond and are also known as "Matura diamond".

 

Swarovski - crystals are man-made gems manufactured in Austria. In 1892, Daniel Swarovski invented the machine for making precision-cut, beautiful, high-quality lead glass crystals using quartz, sand, and minerals.  The exact proportions of these raw materials have remained a company secret.   This specialized manufacturing process ensures the highest possible degree of precision which produces brilliant crystals

 

The Swarovski pearl, also known as the Swarovski Crystal pearl -  is an imitation pearl that is created by using a Swarovski crystal at the center rather than a plastic bead. Using crystals rather than plastic beads yield a surprisingly realistic imitation pearl. These simulated pearls are reasonably priced and come in a variety of sizes and colors. Realism without the high price is one of the major benefits of the Swarovski pearl.

 

Aventurine - An opaque or semitranslucent glass flecked with small metallic particles, often of copper or chromic oxide.

 

London Blue Topaz - London blue topaz is a medium to dark grayish blue, sometimes described as "steely" or "inky". Many London blue gems have a slightly greenish tone when viewed from certain angles.

 

SITALL GEM -  is a unique material consisting of the main components of natural jewelry stones - SiO2 and Al2O3, with the only difference that it was synthesized in the laboratory. Thus, scientists create real miracles, folding their hands with various combinations of these oxides! It turns out a kind of jewelry "puzzle", repeating the natural minerals for all the chemical and physical parameters. According to its properties, the sitall is the closest to natural topaz. Crystal transparency and a wide range of possible colors give an unprecedented opportunity to recreate almost all colored semiprecious and even precious stones.

 

 

Swiss blue - is an intense blue color range that is verily described as vivid, electric or super blue. Some of the most vivid shades of Swiss blue topaz can be compared to the rich colors of the Caribbean Ocean which is very close to the color of top Brazilian Paraíba tourmaline. Its no wonder it is so well liked; it is gorgeous and affordable.

 

Rauchtopaz (rauch-topaz, smoky quartz, smoky topaz) is the old name for smoky quartz (rauch from German translates as "smoke"). And jewelers still use this expression, apparently, to give the stone significance. Also, rauchtopaz called smoky rock crystal or simply smoky topaz.

 

Enamel - Much in the way that “tooth enamel” is the protective coating over a tooth, “enamel” is a decorative or protective coating that is applied to a metal.  It is made up of glass, paste-like, substance that is adhered to a metal through fusion at very high temperatures.

It starts out in a powder form. The powder form of each color looks like baby powder. You’d never know the vivid colors it creates by looking at the powder.