Gemstones can often have more than one color in a single stone. Gems that are two colors are known as bicolored gems, and these include ametrine, which is a mix of amethyst and citrine in one stone, giving it both violet and yellow colors. Other bicolored gemstones include tourmaline, ruby in fuchsite and more. We have bicolored natural gemstones in various colors, shapes, cutting styles and sizes. From this page, you can use our filters at the top or on the left-hand side to find gems by gem type, color, shape, cut and so on. For example, select 'ametrine' to see all of our bicolor ametrine gems. You can also filter by single, pairs, lots, faceted gems or cabochons by using the check boxes at the top.
Certified Customer Reviews
Overall Rating -> 10
man their gems are pretty good, and the prices aren't to bad either, I like checking out hte gems on there website, beceause the pictures of the gems are taken pretty well, and you can see the table, and the facets.
I love gemselect and I have bought a fair amount from them. The only complaint I have is not being able to save gems. I have a lot of projects so i am in the market for a lot of different gems and it's so disappointing to have to delete them all just to purchase one or two that I have saved in my cart.