23rd February 2018

Labradorite Gemstone of the Week

A variety of plagioclase feldspar, Labradorite is famous for its colourful iridescence. The stone is named after Labrador in Canada, where it was first discovered in […]
16th February 2018

Corundum Gemstone of the Week

A form of aluminium oxide, Corundum is a rock-forming mineral that is typically found in metamorphic, igneous, and sedimentary rocks. The mineral is best known for […]
9th February 2018

Amazonite Gemstone of the Week

Often referred to as the ‘Amazon Stone’, Amazonite is a green variety of microcline feldspar. Though the stone is typically green in appearance, specimens can vary […]
2nd February 2018
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Jade, Gemstone of the Week

Known and loved for over 7,000 years, Jade is one of the most popular green gemstones on the market today. When the stone was first discovered, […]