World Famous Gems & Jewellery
Welcome to our world-famous gemstones category! In this section, we will take you on a journey to discover some of the most stunning and sought-after gemstones from around the globe. From the deep red of rubies and the vivid green of emeralds, to the sparkling blue of sapphires and the glowing yellow of topaz, we will introduce you to a wide range of dazzling gemstones that have captivated people for centuries. We will also explore the history and cultural significance of these precious stones, and offer tips on how to choose and care for your own gemstones. So come and join us as we delve into the world of famous gemstones and uncover their allure and beauty.
Crown of the Andes is often viewed as the largest collection of emeralds in the world, originally made for the life-size statue of the Virgin in Colombia.
On Thursday, Australia Post will release a dazzling collection of colorful stamps illustrated with native gemstones — the golden sapphire, pink diamond, rhodonite and fluorite. The stamp issue is titled “The Rare Beauties: Extraordinary Gemstones.”
The gemstone in question is a rare violet diamond that, at 9.17 carats, was the largest jewel of its kind ever discovered, the media outlets said. It was originally unearthed in August 2015 and after several weeks of assessment, it was polished down to a 2.83 carat oval-shaped diamond.