Amethyst Gemstone Gallery

Amethyst Gallery Please place the cursor of the mouse over the image to view the image title Click on the image for a larger size © Copyright , Internet Stones.com Back to Gemstone Gallery

Citrine Gemstone Gallery

Natural Citrine Gallery Please place the cursor of the mouse over the image to view the image title You may click on the image to view a larger size

Peridot Gemstone Gallery

Peridot Gallery   Please Place the cursor of the mouse over the Images to view the Image Title You may click on the Images for a larger view         © Copyright , Internet Stones.com                        

The Black Star of Queensland Famous Black Sapphire Gemstone

Black Star of Queensland

Origin of Name

The Name Black Star of Queensland reflects both the nature of the gemstone and its place of origin. The 733-carat Black Star of Queensland is the largest black star sapphire in the world, and was discovered in the 1930s in the Anakie Sapphire fields of the Rubyvale area in the State of Queensland, in northeastern…

Gemstone News Discovery of the Largest Musgravite and other Industry News

“We are very pleased and thankful to all the staff at the National Gem and Jewellery Authority of Sri Lanka for giving us kind permission to reproduce articles from Gem Talk Jan-March 2008”

“Due to the efforts of National Gem…

Gemstone and Jewellery Industry News

Gemstone and Jewellery Industry News

“We are very pleased and thankful to all the staff at the National Gem and Jewellery Authority of Sri Lanka for giving us kind permission to reproduce articles from Gem Talk Jan-March 2008”

“Due to the efforts of…

Star of India

Star of India/Star of Sri Lanka Origin of Name The 563-carat “Star of India” is the world’s second largest and most famous blue star sapphire, and is presently owned by the American Museum of Natural History, New York City, where it is exhibited in the J. P. Morgan Hall of Gems. The rough stone was […]

History of the Gem Trade in Sri Lanka

History of the gem trade in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka has had an immense reputation from time immemorial for different varieties of gemstones. According to legend King Solomon wooed Queen Sheba, by presenting her with jewelry set with gemstones from Sri Lanka. Almost three…

Chalcedony Gallery

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Jewel Studded Ornaments in the Iranian Crown Jewels

Jewel-studded adornments

Among the fabulous collection of jewelry in the Iranian Crown Jewels exhibited at the Museum of the Treasury of the National Iranian Jewels there are several jewel-studded ornaments that were used by the Shahs and Shahbanous that ruled Iran over the centuries, particularly…

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