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We bring forth a wide range in the Gemstones that capably attract the attention of one and all. The exotic range that we provide to the customers in Gemstones includes Amethyst Gemstone, Alexandrite Gemstone, Apatite Gemstone, Aquamarine Gemstone, Blue Topaz Gemstone, Chrome Diopside Gemstone, Citrine Gemstone, Garnet Gemstones, Iolite Gemstone, Kunzite Gemstone, Moonstone Gemstone, Morganite Gemstone, Peridot Gemstone, Quartz Gemstone, Ruby Gemstone, Sapphire Gemstone, Spinel Gemstone, Tanzanite Gemstone andTourmaline Gemstone. The precious and semi precious Gemstones that we Manufacture, Export, Import and Supply are widely demanded amidst the clients for their purity and natural form. All the products that we offer are based on the USP of “Quality in Quantity at Best Prices”. Besides we also provide services regarding polishing, cutting etc. for the valuable and reliable Gemstones. We assure safe delivery of the products to different destinations and therefore use appropriate plastic bags and boxes for the packaging purpose. Apart from this, we also offer customized packaging facility to the customers.


Amethyst Gemstone

Amethyst Gemstone Amethyst Gemstone (Hardness of 7.00)

Amethyst
comes from Greek word “Amethystos” which means “not drunken”. The stone has a long history. It symbolizes piety and celibacy. According to Leonardo Da Vinci, amethyst has the power to safeguard against evil thoughts and the power to sharpen the intelligence. Amethyst is traditional birthstone of February. The gem is available in different sizes and shapes including very large sizes as well. It remains in the priority of designers because of its royal color and affordability. Amethysts look good in both shades whether it is dark or light. Synthetic amethyst is also made in the labs of Russia so prior care must be taken while buying it from dubious sources. Amethyst is the mineral quartz, with a hardness of 7. It is considered durable for everyday wear. They are available in mm sizes and far sizes in shape of Round, Oval, Pear, Heart, Marquies, Trillion, Buggette, Square, Octogun, Cushion, Briolette, Beads, Checker Boards, Buff Tops, Cabs and in many Fancy Shapes. The gem could be cleaned with brush or scrub gently. read more...

Apatite Gemstone

Apatite Gemstone Apatite Gemstone (Hardness of 5.00)

The Apatite is available in different colors and forms but mainly blue Apatite is easy to find. The stone is heat and shock sensitive so you must take care while wearing it. Some of the blue Apatite show chatoyancy and can be cut easily. Apatite is a stone, which is considered to nourish the body by improving the flow of nutrients, and solving the food related problems in the body. It is also believed that the Apatite can strengthen bones, joints, and helps in solving the emotional issues in the body. They are available in mm sizes and far sizes in shape of Round, Oval, Pear, Heart, Marquies, Trillion, Buggette, Square, Octogun, Cushion, Briolette, Beads, Checker Boards, Buff Tops, Cabs and in many Fancy Shapes. Apatite has a hardness of 5 and therefore should not be used for daily wear purpose. read more...

Aquamarine Gemstone

Aquamarine Gemstone Aquamarine Gemstone (Hardness of 7.50)

Aquamarine
is a member of Beryl family. It is a stone that is believed to keep the sailors safe in the sea and becomes even more powerful when immersed in water, it calms the waves. The stone has an impact on the relationships especially of the married couple empowering it with longevity and happiness and it is thus also considered as a precious gift for anniversary. Aquamarine is the birthstone for March and considered as the treasure of mermaids. Aquamarine is of aqua (sea blue) color, but the darker color of the stone is considerably more valuable. If you are more attracted towards the greenish shade of the stone, you probably would have to spend less to owe it as compared to the blue colored stone. Some of the highest quality specimens of brilliant blue "Santa Maria" aquamarine come from the Santa Maria de Itabira Mine. Aquamarine from africa that has the same intense blue color is called ">Santa Maria Afrique". The stone posses a hardness of 7.5 and thus considered as a durable gem for daily wear. They are available in mm sizes and far sizes in shape of Round, Oval, Pear, Heart, Marquies, Trillion, Buggette, Square, Octogun, Cushion, Briolette, Beads, Checker Boards, Buff Tops, Cabs and in many Fancy Shapes. It cleans up by just using a scrub or brush on mostly backside of the stone where dirt is collected. read more...

Alexandrite Gemstone

Alexandrite Gemstone Alexandrite Gemstone (Hardness of 8.50)

Alexendrite
, named after Czar Alexander II, is famous for its ability to change color with change in the intensity of light, from bluish mossy green in strong light to red in dim room light. You can watch it flick back and forth by switching from fluorescent to incandescent light. read more...

Blue Topaz Gemstone

Blue Topaz Gemstone Blue Topaz Gemstone (Hardness of 8.00)

The Blue Topaz is vastly used as a designer stone as it is affordable and easy available in wide range of shapes and sizes. Topaz is said to posses the cool blue of the sky. It is mostly available in White Topaz, Sky Blue Topaz, Swiss Blue Topaz and London Blue Topaz. However some new colors like Pink Topaz and Mystic Topaz are also available, but these are paper coated of natural white topaz , hence can not recut. It is believed that topaz dispels enchantment. It has the power to increase strength and the power to change its color in presence drinks or food adulterated with poison. The famous icy blue color of the stone is gained by exposing colorless topaz to radiation and then heat. Like diamond topaz is also a hard stone but it can be split apart when hit it with full force at once. Therefore, topaz must be protected from hard knocks. They are available in mm sizes and far sizes in shape of Round, Oval, Pear, Heart, Marquies, Trillion, Buggette, Square, Octogun, Cushion, Briolette, Beads, Checker Boards, Buff Tops, Cabs and in many Fancy Shapes. The stone can be easily cleaned by using a brush or scrub gently on application of a mild soap read more...

Chrome Diopside Gemstone

Chrome Diopside Gemstone Chrome Diopside Gemstone (Hardness of 5.50)

Chrome Diopside
is a deep green colored stone and will enhance the look of your flowery apparels in your wardrobe. It is found mostly in Siberia. It is the most affordable green gemstone that can be used as a green stud or for other jewelry purposes. Its color is very close to Green Garnet (Tsavorite) Gemstone, hence it is good substitute of Tsavorite for low cost jewelry. The hardness of the stone is 5.5 on moh scale and Due to less hardness, it should be protected from regular wear rings. It should be stored separately from other gems. They are available in mm sizes and far sizes in shape of Round, Oval, Pear, Heart, Marquies, Trillion, Buggette, Square, Octogun, Cushion, Briolette, Beads, Checker Boards, Buff Tops, Cabs and in many Fancy Shapes. This gem can be cleaned easily by applying dish soap and cleaning it gently with brush or scrub. read more...

Citrine Gemstone

Citrine Gemstone Citrine Gemstone (Hardness of 7.0)

Citrine
the unique name was gained by the French word citron, or lemon. The colors of the stone range from the juicy lemon yellow to bright orangey brown. Citrine is the most affordable of all the earth-toned gemstones. It will surely compliment any cloth in your wardrobe. Apart from being, a beautifully attractive stone citrine is also considered to posses some powers like top ward off the snakebite and it was believed that citrine protected against evil words and thoughts. Citrine is the birthstone for November. Citrine is set in yellow/white gold either alone or in combination with other stones to give the gold jewelry an outstanding auspicious look. Citrine is said to be quartz cousin and like Quartz, it is available in different shapes and sizes in plenty. They are available in mm sizes and far sizes in shape of Round, Oval, Pear, Heart, Marquies, Trillion, Buggette, Square, Octogun, Cushion, Briolette, Beads, Checker Boards, Buff Tops, Cabs and in many Fancy Shapes. Like other Quartz citrine is a stone which can be used roughly as a daily wear gem. Care must be taken, as citrine should not be much exposed to heat as it may start to fade its color. The gem can be cleaned by simply using a brush or a scrub. read more...

Garnet Gemstones

Garnet Gemstones Garnet Gemstones (Hardness of 7.50 to 7.25)

Garnet
has its etymology in the Latin name of pomegranate which granatum. Just open the pomegranate; the tiny glossy red seeds are the true replica of the Garnet Gemstones. Thus, to the world Garnet has always been a tiny glossy red gem that is bursting with fire and brilliance. However, the slew of discoveries in the 19th century has added a number of new colors to the family of Garnet. There are Garnets that change colors in different light , called Color Change Garnets. read more...

Iolite Gemstone

Iolite Gemstone Iolite Gemstone (Hardness of 7 to 7.5)

It was complimentary for the designers to have found a stone which is affordable yet expensive in looks and can be effectively used to enhance the look of the blue color apparels especially jeans, denim or velvet. Iolite was named from the Greek word “ios” or violet. It is not a renowned stone but it does have a long history. Iolite will look different colored from different directions. The better and the richer blue color of the Iolite demands more from your pocket. They are available in mm sizes and far sizes in shape of Round, Oval, Pear, Heart, Marquies, Trillion, Buggette, Square, Octogun, Cushion , Briolette, Beads, Checker boards, Buff Tops , Cabs. and in many Fancy Shapes. Iolite is a hard stone that possess hardness of 7 to 7.5, but should be protected from blows. The stone can be made clean by using a brush or scrub with dish wash soap. It mostly needs to be cleaned from the backside where dust is collected. read more...

Kunzite Gemstone

Kunzite Gemstone Kunzite Gemstone (Hardness of 7.0)

Kunzite
is a fashion favorite gem that is affordable and available in large sizes. It is called “Evening Jewelry Stone” as it is suitable to wear for night parties because of its sparkling Pinkish Purpulish color, as well as it may fade it’s color if exposed to strong spot lights/Sunlight. But looking to the beauty and affordability of this stone it has been favourite gem stones of high end jewelry manufactures. It is a difficult stone to cut, particularly in small sizes. Hence usually 3 carat and up sizes are available in the market. Usually 10.00 carat and up stones hold good pink color, it is difficult to get good color in small sizes. But We at ABC Stone Co. Ltd. has master cutters who are specialized in this very difficult stone too. Hence we provide you almost all calibrated sizes and shapes as well as Far sizes or made to order sizes. They are available in mm sizes and far sizes in shape of Round, Oval, Pear, Heart, Marquies, Trillion, Buggette, Square, Octogun, Cushion, Checker Boards, Buff Tops, Cabs etc. read more...

Moonstone Gemstone

Moonstone Gemstone Moonstone Gemstone (Hardness of 6 or 6.50)

The moonstone as suggested by the name it was believed that moonstone was formed by the frozen moonlight. This appealing gem is hard to find in its purest form and is becoming rarer. At times moonstones are carved in such a way, that they show man carved in the moon face. Moonstone has a hardness of 6 or 6.5. It is not preferred to store the moonstone in contact with other gemstones to prevent it from scratching. They are usually available in cabs. The available color are White, Orange, Honey, Gray and Chocolate etc. They are available in mm sizes and far sizes in shape of Round, Oval, Pear, Heart, Marquies, Trillion, Square, Octogun, Cushion, Checker Boards, Buff Tops, Cabs etc. Moonstone should be cleaned using a mild soap with a brush or scrub. read more...

Morganite Gemstone

Morganite Gemstone Morganite Gemstone (Hardness of 7.50)

Categorized under beryl, “Morganite” is a beautiful gem mainly found in Peach-Pink color. This gemstone is also known as "pink beryl", "rose beryl", "pink emerald", and "cesian beryl". The stone got its official name after millionaire bank tycoon J.P. Morgan, who was an avid gem collector. read more...

Peridot Gemstone

Peridot Gemstone Peridot Gemstone (Hardness of 6.50)

Peridot, the birthstone for August
, is generally found in fresh lime green color and the interesting fact is that its color is an integral part of its structure and the science of light plays no part in its iridescence. read more...

Ruby Gemstone

Ruby Gemstone Ruby named from the Latin word for its hue, ruby is the epitome of the boldest of colors: the gem of desire, passion, courage, and emotion. Its value can be gauged from the fact that in the ancient language of Sanskrit it is called Ratnaraj, or "the king of precious stones”. read more...

Quartz Gemstone

Quartz Gemstone Quartz Gemstone (Hardness of 7.0)

The word "Quartz" is derived from the German word "quartz", Quartz is the second most abundant mineral after feldspar. The pure quartz is colorless and transparent in crystal form. There are a number of varieties of quartz such as Citrine, Amethyst, Rose Quartz, Smoky Quartz, White Quartz, Green Quartz, Blue Quartz and milky quartz. Quartz is mainly found in sedimentary rocks such as sandstone and shale. A major mining location for high purity quartz is the Spruce Pine Gem Mine in Spruce Pine, North Carolina, United States of America. read more...

Sapphire Gemstone

Sapphire Gemstone Sapphire Gemstone (Hardness of 9.0)

Sapphire
comes from Greek word Sappheiros meaning Blue. Sapphire is known as the gem of fidelity, purity, and loyalty and so is a popular choice for engagement rings. However, Sapphire generally comes in blue, but we can also find the stone in pink, yellows, orange, and peach and violet colors. These other color Sapphires are often referred to as fancy Sapphire. Sapphire occurs readily in sizes up to 2 carats, and yet, it is not unusual to see gemstones in sizes of 5 to 15 carats. read more...

Spinel Gemstone

Spinel Gemstone Spinel Gemstone (Hardness of 8.0)

Spinels
, often referred to in ancient texts, as “Balas Rubies” and one of the rarest gemstones. The stone is mined in the gem gravels of Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Afganisthan (Balas or Balascia refers to Badakshan in northern Afghanistan), Tanzania and Tajikistan. Due to similarity in properties like hardness and durability, vivid color, and brilliance, Ruby and Spinel have for long been confused with each other. read more...

Tanzanite Gemstone

Tanzanite Gemstone Tanzanite Gemstone (Hardness of 6.50)

The mineral name of Tanzanite is Blue Zoisite but as it is found at only one place on the planet, the Merelani Hills of Tanzania, so it is widely known as Tanzanite. Tanzanite is available in a variety of shapes and sizes and colors that vary in the shades of blue. Rarely pure blue Tanzanite generally displays an overtone of purple. In smaller sizes, tanzanite tends toward lighter shades of lavender and periwinkle while in sizes above 10 carats tanzanite show deeper, richer intense blue color. read more...

Tourmaline Gemstone

Tourmaline Gemstone Tourmaline Gemstone (Hardness of 7.0)

Tourmaline
Sinhalese (tura mali) means “mixed stone”. As per the name, the stone comes in a huge range of iridescent colors and color combinations. The options are so wide that it can be said of tourmaline: you name the color and you can have it. read more...

Emerald Gemstone

Emerald Gemstone Emerald Gemstone (Hardness of 8.50)

Emerald
, the green variety of Beryl, is the most famous and valuable green gemstone. Its beautiful green color, combined with durability and rarity, make it one of the most expensive gemstones. Deep green is the most desired color in Emeralds. In general the paler the color of an Emerald, the lesser its value. They are sometimes heat treated, which causes their color to turn blue Emerald, among the rarest of gems, are almost always found with birthmarks, known as inclusions. Some inclusions are expected and do not detract from the value of the stone as much as with other gemstones. However, you should look to make sure that fissures do not go too deep into the stone so that it might be weakened enough to break if it were hit accidentally. The fissures that are characteristic of emerald are traditionally filled with oil or resin to make them less visible to the eye. You should assume that your emerald has been improved in this way unless it has a laboratory certificate indicating otherwise: such rare stones command a considerable premium. read more...
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