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Diamond Cut

Diamond Cut

Diamond Cut In nature diamonds are so hard that it can only be cut or scratched only by other diamond. While diamond cutting, a diamond saw is used to cut the diamond because no other element can ...

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Garnet Stone

Garnet Stone

About Garnet Stone Garnet crystal is the red, semi-precious gemstone and a birthstone for January month and the stone for celebrating the 2nd anniversary of marriage. The name “garnet” comes from ...

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Amethyst Stone

Amethyst Stone

About Amethyst Stone Amethyst was as expensive stone like ruby and emerald until 19th Century. Amethyst stone is the birthstone for February and the gem for the 6th and 17th wedding anniversaries. ...

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Diamonds

Diamonds

Thousands of years ago, Diamond stone were found in the south of India. For hundreds of years India was a leader in producing diamonds. Later it was also discovered in Brazil, South Africa, ...

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Emerald Stone

Emerald Stone

About Emerald Stone Emerald is a green colored, highly precious most beautiful and stunning gemstones of the Beryl mineral family. Since ancient times, it is worn by people because it is said to ...

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Pearls

Pearls

Pearls Gemstone Pearls are the only gemstone that come from a living organism. It is a very famous and popular gemstone which is found in ocean beds. Pearl is worn both as jewellery and as a stone ...

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Ruby Stone

Ruby Stone

Ruby Stone Ruby (Red coral) ( Manik in Hindi ) is also called Ratnaraj, means king of gemstones, which is very effective to support you when you are in trouble. The Ruby gemstone is one of the most ...

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Peridot Stone

Peridot Stone

About Peridot stone Glorious yellow-green Peridot stone also called as Olivine, Hawaiite, Chrysolite stone the August birthstone. Peridot gemstone is named after the French word peritot, meaning ...

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Sapphire Stone

Sapphire Stone

Sapphire Stone The birthstone for the month of September is sapphire stone . The name sapphire is derived from the Latin word “saphirus” and the Greek word “sapheiros,” both meaning blue. Commonly ...

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