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Natural Gemstone

Providing you the best range of japer palm stones 1 each to 1.5 at 90/rs,2 each 270/rs, rose quartz sphere, tiger eye double point pendant wire wrap, irani firoza turquoise and tiger eye tumbled stone 20 mm to 30 mm size with effective & timely delivery.

Japer Palm Stones 1 Each To 1.5 At 90/rs,2 Each 270/rs

Japer Palm Stones 1 Each To 1.5 At 90/rs,2 Each 270/rs
  • Japer Palm Stones 1 Each To 1.5 At 90/rs,2 Each 270/rs
  • Japer Palm Stones 1 Each To 1.5 At 90/rs,2 Each 270/rs
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Approx. Price: Rs 1,300 / PieceGet Latest Price

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Minimum Order Quantity10 Piece
ColorGreen
MaterialGranite
Usage/ApplicationHealing
Gemstone MaterialNatural
ShapeOval

Cosmic Jasper is a new Jasper variety discovered in Madagascar. *Palm Stones are smooth, polished natural crystals, in the shape of an oval used in the mindfulness practice to soothe stress, calm your mind, reduce anxiety & find your focus points. A perfect stone to carry with you where you go.
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Rose Quartz Sphere

Rose Quartz Sphere
  • Rose Quartz Sphere
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Approx. Price: Rs 2,200 / PieceGet Latest Price

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Minimum Order Quantity10 Piece
Stone NameAmethyst
ShapePear
Usage/ApplicationMaking Jewelry
ColorBrown
CutFaceted
Packaging TypePacket
Country of OriginMade in India

Rose quartz is a stone that conveys maternal tenderness, reassurance and serenity. A rose quartz sphere can be placed in any room of the house, including the bedroom, where it will ensure a restful sleep with its calming and comforting properties. A blue calcite sphere radiates a gentle and calming energy.
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Tiger Eye Double Point Pendant Wire Wrap

Tiger Eye Double Point Pendant Wire Wrap
  • Tiger Eye Double Point Pendant Wire Wrap
  • Tiger Eye Double Point Pendant Wire Wrap
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Approx. Price: Rs 700 / PieceGet Latest Price

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Minimum Order Quantity10 Piece
Stone UseTurkish
OccasionEngagement
ColorGolden
Design TypeCustomized
Country of OriginMade in India

It was traditionally carried as a talisman against ill wishes and curses. This gemstone promotes emotional and mental balance. It is both a grounding and an uplifting crystal, as it promotes feelings of self-worth, courage, and confidence in your abilities.
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Irani Firoza Turquoise

Irani Firoza Turquoise
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Approx. Price: Rs 3,200 / PieceGet Latest Price

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Minimum Order Quantity10 Piece
ColorBlue
Country of OriginMade in India

We are one of the oldest and renowned of natural gems in Indian space. Turquoise is an opaque sky blue or teal green gemstone whose English name comes from 'Turkish Stone'. The word Firoza or Feroza has its origins in India and means 'successful' as well as 'turquoise stone' and is often a girl's name.
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tiger eye tumbled stone 20 mm to 30 mm size

tiger eye tumbled stone 20 mm to 30 mm size
  • tiger eye tumbled stone 20 mm to 30 mm size
  • tiger eye tumbled stone 20 mm to 30 mm size
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Approx. Price: Rs 1,600 / PieceGet Latest Price

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BrandCa Agate
Country of OriginMade in India

A gemstone is also called a fine gem, gem, jewel, semi-precious stone, or precious stone. It is a piece of mineral crystal in the form of cut and polished, which can be used to make jewelry or other adornments. However, rocks like opal and lapis lazuli and the occasionally organic materials, which are not minerals like a jet, pearl, and amber, are also used for jewelry and are thus often considered to be gemstones too. Most gemstones are hard, but due to their luster or other physical properties possessing artistic appeal, a few soft minerals are used in jewelry.

 

Characteristics of a Gemstone

The traditional classification in the West, which goes back to the ancient Greeks, begins with a distinction between semi-precious and precious; similar distinctions are prepared in other cultures. The precious stones are ruby, diamond, emerald, and sapphire in current use, like the other semi-precious gemstones. This particular distinction reflects the scarcity in ancient times of the respective stones and their quality: in their purest forms, all are translucent with fine color, except for the colorless diamond, and very hard, with the hardnesses ranging from 8 to 10 on the Mohs scale. 

Whereas the other stones are classified based on their translucency, color, and hardness. The traditional distinction does not specifically reflect modern values. For instance, while grenets are comparatively inexpensive, a tsavorite, a green grenet, may be much more valuable than a mid-quality emerald. Another unscientific term for the semi-precious gemstones, which are used in archaeology and art history, is hardstone. Usage of the terms 'precious,' 'semi-precious' in a commercial context is arguably misleading, and it deceptively implies certain stones are intrinsically more valuable compared to others, which is not necessarily the case.

Gemstones are identified by gemologists in modern times, who describe the gems, including their characteristics using technical terminology specific to the gemology field. The first and foremost characteristic a gemologist uses in gemstone identification is its chemical composition. For example, rubies of aluminium oxide (Al2O3) and diamonds are made of carbon (C). Several gems are crystals, which are classified by their crystal system, like trigonal or monoclinic, or cubic. Another term that can be used is a habit, and the gem form is usually found in. For example, diamonds, having a cubic crystal system, are often found as octahedrons.

 

Classification

Gemstones can be classified into multiple species, varieties, and groups. For example, ruby is the red variety of the corundum species, while any other color of corundum can be considered as sapphire. Other examples are aquamarine (blue), emerald (green), goshenite (colorless), red beryl (red), morganite (pink), and heliodor (yellow), which are all varieties of the mineral species beryl.

Gems are characterized by the factors of dispersion, refractive index, hardness, specific gravity, fracture, luster, and cleavage. They can exhibit double refraction or pleochroism. They can have luminescence and a distinctive absorption spectrum.

 

Flaws or Material Within a Stone Can Be Represented as Inclusions.

Gemstones can also be classified in terms of their "water." This is a recognized grading of the luster of gems, "brilliance" or transparency. Extremely transparent gems are known to be the "first water," while the less transparent gems are the "second" or "third water."

Value

Gemstones contain no universally accepted grading system. Diamonds are graded using a system, which was developed in the early 1950s by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA). All gemstones were graded historically using the naked eye. A key breakthrough was used in the GIA system: the inclusion of 10x magnification regardless of the grading transparency standard.

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