Most of the time I order from gemselect.com is for custom orders I get the pleasure to freely design for. Clients always love the gems. They also arrive in a timely manner, just as in the pictures, great prices. Also enjoy window shopping the really pricey ones :)
Your site is spectacular!Itâ€™s easy to use and the representations ( photos) are spot-on,Iâ€™m not a professional gemologist, but I have a amateurâ€™s excitement with everything,Iâ€™m trying to educate myself. Your education materials are very helpful.And, Yes, I have already told my friends about your site.
To day I found some amazing opals for and order I have to complete ..... and maybe a couple I instantly thought of designs for, I canâ€™t wait to create these pieces for inventory. You have to check out Gem Select!
found what looks to be an incredible boulder opal on gemselect.com. Also got a bit carried away and bought more gems than anticipated. It's expensive to pay for these stones in this way, but the convenience makes it worthwhile.
I bought my stones and designed my jewelry myself, starting with my stone selection. They are my grandchildren birth stones that I will pass to them later. They are part of me then I will be part of them. Something I created with love for them.
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Some gems such as onyx, agate and coral are dyed to produce an even color. The art of dying agate is believed to be an ancient one, dating back to the Romans. Agate dying was revived by the Germans early in the 19th century. More about treatments