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Introducing The Most Popular Gemstones For Ladies’ Jewellery

When browsing ladies’ gemstone jewellery, it can be tricky deciding which precious or semi-precious stone to choose. What does each stone symbolise and how will they suit the rest of your jewellery collection? Here are our four favourite precious stones that always look magnificent when crafted into gemstone jewellery; rubies, emeralds, sapphires, diamonds.

These precious crystals form naturally in the earth, before being cut and polished ready to be added to a stunning piece of jewellery. 

For more information, check out our ultimate guide to gemstone jewellery

Why Should I Choose Gemstone Jewellery?

Gemstone jewellery not only looks great, it can be a great investment too as it’ll likely retain its value over time. Like all precious metals and crystals, there are a finite amount of them here on earth and therefore the rarer the stone is the higher the value. Whether you choose gemstone jewellery for its aesthetic appeal or as a celebration of a life milestone, make sure you take into account the 4 Cs to ensure you’re getting the highest quality gemstone for the best price:

  • Carat - refers to the weight of the diamond. 
  • Cut - this is judged by how well its facets interact with light; in other words, how much the stone will sparkle. 
  • Clarity - how many inclusions and blemishes can be seen on the stone. The fewer the imperfections, the higher the price will be. 
  • Colour - the most expensive diamonds appear totally colourless, though many of the differentiations between each grade will be invisible to the naked eye. 

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