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Amethyst occurs in deep royal purple to light pinky-lilac colours, this variety of the quartz group is the traditional birthstone for February.


Aquamarine is the beautiful blue to green variety of beryl. Historically associated with the sea, aquamarine typically forms as large crystals.

Blue Moonstone

Moonstone is a shimmering white gemstone which displays an attractive blue or rainbow coloured sheen as light shines on it.


Natural diamond forms under high temperature and pressure. Pure diamond is composed of only one single element, carbon.


Recognised by their rich, green hue these beautiful gems are part of the beryl group along with aquamarine and morganite.


Mostly known for the abundantly occurring, wine red pyropes and almandines, the garnet group is one of the largest mineral families.


The unique colour-play which dances on the surface of precious opal owes its vibrancy to its unusual crystalline structure.


The only jewel made by living creatures, pearls are unique and are valued additions to anyone’s jewellery collection.


Peridot is bright lime green. Originally discovered near Egypt, it was brought to Europe by the crusaders in the Middle Ages.


Popular for engagement and eternity rings, ruby is the birthstone for July and the celebratory stone for 40 years of marriage.


Sapphire is most well known as a blue coloured precious gem, although they can be found in almost every colour.


The mineral group of topaz are usually brown to yellow in colour including rich spicy browns to the peachy-gold of Imperial topaz.


A popular gemstone which comes in a wide variety of colours depending on the elements contained in the crystalline structure.


Zircon is a beautiful but less commonly seen gemstone, a sparkling stone which looks similar to diamond when colourless.