I have interest & expertise in Platinum Jewelry & Ruby, from Ruby roughs to polished Rubies to Ruby Jewelry. Anything about Rubies, I'd love to talk!
I have graduated in Science & Technology & Our family has been in the Ruby business for over a century & I have myself been involved in platinum jewelry e-commerce since 2008. I have extensively studied Rubies & stay regularly updated with the current markets, trends, treatments & recent developments. My father has been a speaker at the International Colored Gemstone Association, & Jaipur Jeweler's Association.
Jewelove Suranas Jewelove K.K. Exports, The Ruby People All India Gem & Jewelry Trade Federation Jaipur Jewelers' Associaton Former member International Colored Gemstones Association Former member Jaipur Jeweler's Association
Gem World Diamond World Retail Jeweller
Bachelor of Technology from Indian Insitute of Technology Kanpur, India. Certified Diamond Grader, Diamond Training Institute, Jaipur
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Hi Rachel The necklace can be made in several non-precious metals such as steel. The gemstones, if real, may be semi-precious gems, but that seems unlikely based on your description. They are most probably
Hi Atul I would suggest that you have the stone tested at a gem lab & then send me a photo of the certificate. I can help you better then. If you are residing in Jaipur, you can have it tested at <a href=" http://www
Hi Jo Generally rings marked as CZ have cubic zirconia & not a diamond. However, if the stone if of a decent size such as 0.50 cts. Or more, I would recommend that you get it tested by a Gemological laboratory
Hi Deborah Glad to hear about your interest in rocks! Emeralds are beryllium & green in color. A garnet has different composition from a ruby. All sapphires & rubies are primarily corundum. If the where
Hi Jescole Sorry to hear that. Chlorine is known to lead to disintegration of prongs. It is quite possible that the bleach may have damaged the prongs. It is always recommended that you remove the ring
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