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The Stones

Each of our stones is handpicked and priced according to color, cut, carat, and clarity. We provide genuine natural gemstones that are mined; we do not use lab-created, nor ‘enhanced’ and ‘treated’ gems. What we use are from nature and are not altered in ay way, just cut and polished.

The 5 C’s

Cut

Cut is your personal preference. Our stones come in the following shapes:

ColorCaratClarity

 

Color or 'hue' is also your personal preference and it depends on your personal taste. Color is divided into three components: hue, saturation, and tone. For example, emeralds come available in hues ranging from yellow-green to blue-green, with the primary hue being green.

We generally do not deviate from 1.5 – 3 carats per Jewel fastener. Nevertheless, we do provide stones in jewel fasteners and cufflinks at a higher carat weight.

Clarity is judged by reference to inclusions. Stones such as emeralds tend to have numerous inclusions and surface breaking fissures. Unlike a diamond, where a device magnification is used to grade clarity, the emerald, for example is graded by eye. This is why when an emerald has no visible inclusions to the eye, it is considered flawless. The less inclusions, the more expensive the gemstone or diamond.

Crystal

(For Emeralds) there is one more ‘C’, crystal, and it is simply a synonym for transparency, or what gemologists call ‘diaphaneity’.

How we determine our Pricing

Supply and demand drive gemstone prices, rarity, along with the color, cut, carat, clarity of a gemstone.  For some stones such as rubies, high quality is rare and demand is always high. Some of the areas where the rarest gems are mined are in in regions where the government has strict sanctions, reducing supply even more. This is why a flawless natural garnet can cost much less than a flawless natural ruby. This is also why 3-carat Zambian emerald will cost much less than a 3-carat Columbian or Burmese emerald. This is once again due to rarity, political turmoil in certain areas driving supply down, color preference and transparency, or ‘crystal’.

Market value for gemstones is also determined by factors such as carat, color, clarity, and brilliance. Stones that lack surface breaking fissures are extremely rare, and therefore pricier.

Our Jewel Fasteners

Our Jewel Fasteners are not your typical shirt studs, Each fastener contains a 2-prong patented screw system, allowing you to remove fastener from shirt. Our precious stones include Diamonds, Colored Diamonds, Rubies, Emeralds, and Blue Sapphires.