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Navneet Gems and minerals has been manufacturing and selling sky blue topaz cabochons at wholesale prices. We have our own production house of sky blue topaz gemstones in all types of cuttings like cabochons, faceted, briolettes, beads and fancy shapes. Our manufacturing unit is daily producing more than 5,000 pieces in blue topaz stones.
Sizes and shapes we manufacture -
We have been manufacturing sky blue topaz cabochons from 2mm to 20mm+ sizes in rounds, ovals, pears, cushions, long cushions and other fancy shapes as well. Alpart from normal cabochons we have also been supplying rose cut sky blue cabochons, checkboard cut, flat bottom and other shapes as well.
Quality and color of our sky blue topaz cabs -
Our quality for sky blue topaz cabs are even and good colored, no double shades, no color vairation. We are not reselling our products and manufacturing in our own unit by rough so we have top sky blue topaz rough stock as well in all sizes. Here are the sample pictures of our rough and sky cabs -
Use of sky blue topaz cabochons -
We are mainly supplying sky topaz to many sliver and gold jewelry companies in wholesale quantites in India, Thailand, the United states and many other countries as well.
Check our stock list here -
You can check our stock list here of all available sky blue topaz cabochons, we keep on manufacturing new stock as well so you can send us inquiry if you need any other sizes apart from these - Check herefor stock list
Contact us for for sky blue topaz cabochons -
Please drop us a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to get more information about sky blue topaz cabochons. You can also call us on our contact us page mentioned number.
©Navneetgems.com - All rights reservedPosted on Thursday, May 29, 2014 - 14:40
What are the reasons behind the "Big 3" being Ruby, Sapphire & Emerald.
1. Nature & History:
Posted on Wednesday, May 28, 2014 - 11:55
Information is the most important knowledge. Here are a list of the few of the best category of Gemstone and Jewellery articles that I have written as a Graduate Gemologist from the Carlsbad campus GIA from USA.
All articles written by:
Navneet Agarwal, Graduate Gemologist, GIA.
Trends in our Jewellery industry
Latest Information about Gemstones, Jewellery, Fashion industry.Posted on Monday, May 26, 2014 - 09:53
Introduction of Blue Sapphire
The beautiful birthstone of September, Sapphire, is the member of Corundum mineral family. Sapphire is available in so many different colors, but Blue color is the most fascinating color. You can garner the idea about its royalty that Prince Charles gave a Blue Sapphire engagement ring to Princess Diana. Such a romantic, charming and energetic gemstone a Blue Sapphire is.
Image Courtesy: Wiki Pictures
The sources of Sapphires are Madagascar, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand, China, North America, Australia, Afghanistan, Burma, Colombia, Cambodia, Kenya, Laos, Malawi, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Tanzania, USA and Vietnam.
What are Kashmir Sapphires?
The heaven of India, Kashmir, is the place where classic Blue Sapphires are mined. Kashmiri Sapphires are the finest Sapphires. The mining of Blue Sapphire was on peak in Kashmir in the end of the 19th century and early of the 20th century. Now, Blue Sapphire from Kashmir is rare. The reasons are that the deposits of Blue Sapphires are dying out and Kashmir is the most dangerous place to mine.
Beautiful Kashmir Mountains
Image Courtesy: Pala Gems
Image Courtesy: Dreamers 2016
The quality of Blue Sapphire from Kashmir is the finest as the world record price per carat was auctioned at $ 180731 per carat in a ring and the whole Sapphire Ring was auctioned about $ 5 million in April 2014. The high end Blue Sapphire from Kashmir has very limited buyers because only high quality lovers buy it.
Image Courtesy: Greater Kashmir
The story behind the disputed area "Kashmir"
In Kashmir, Blue Sapphires were first discovered in 1880. Now, this Northwestern region of India is lying between India and Pakistan. There is a dispute on this beautiful region in between India and Pakistan. Most famous beautiful and sparkling Blue Sapphires deposits are located near Sumjam village which is controlled by India. The most recent purple Sapphires are found in Batakundi and Basil Region, which comes under Pakistan controlled Kashmir. Below the images 1 & 2 will clear picture in your mind.
Image 1: Courtesy - GIA
Image 2: Courtesy - GIA
Today, if the name Kashmir is associated with Blue Sapphire, then it will become a very strong selling tool. Kashmir Sapphires are sighted as exceptionally rare that bring the romance and the glory of a lost empire to mind. Indian politicians keep Kashmir Sapphire in their safe.
The market of Kashmir Blue Sapphire is very demanding. As it is very rare to find fine Blue Sapphire from Kashmir region, when any Blue Sapphire in big size is mined there, it goes for auction. Following table is showing some big Kashmir Blue Sapphires auction price in different locations.
Table Courtesy: Kashmir Blue
Kashmir Blue Sapphires are the most valuable of all Sapphires mined in the world. They have very high end targeted market that not everyone is able to buy it. It has very limited high end client list. Kashmir Blue Sapphire is also favorite gemstone of collectors who love to collect gemstones. The price range of Kashmir Blue Sapphire varies from $ 5000 to upto $ 50000 per carat. This price range is from low quality to high quality.
Navneet Gems and Minerals have some beautiful Kashmir Blue Sapphires in their stock. Pictures of few of them as follows:
Carat Weight: 5.72
Color: Velvety Cornflower Blue
Carat Weight: 2.33
Color: Velvety Cornflower Blue
Carat Weight: 2.05
Color: Royal Blue
Carat Weight: 2.22
Color: Deep Blue
Shape: Emerald Cut/Octagonal
To buy Kashmir Blue Sapphire with certificate, you can contact to Navneet Gems and Minerals on email@example.com or you can call for enquiry or place your order on +66 – 818323858. You can also visit the store at:
Navneet Gems & Minerals Ltd.
919/326, Jewelry Trade Center (JTC), 26th Floor, Room Number 326, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok, Thailand
Beautiful Kashmir Blue Sapphire earring.
Here are some questions people generally asked about Kashmir Blue Sapphires:
I hope all of the above questions are answered in this article. The answer of the last question is the conclusion of this article that the Kashmir Blue Sapphires are still available. They are available but not as common as other Sapphires. Their market is very limited and only high end consumers buy it. If you are interested to include Kashmir Blue Sapphire in your collection, then you can contact to Navneet Gems and Minerals on the contact details given above.Posted on Saturday, May 24, 2014 - 21:14
Ruby and Pink Sapphire – they are from the same family of mineral, Corundum. They are chemically identical, but they are purely different from each other because of their color variations, availability and price. It is very hard to draw a link between them; you can check the following image for that:
Image Courtesy: Jewelry Secrets
Similarity between Ruby and Pink Sapphire:
The color of the Ruby and Pink Sapphire is the main difference between both the minerals. You can find Corundum in a wide variety of colors like pink, blue, red, green, yellow, black, white and almost every shade in between them. Conventionally, the red variety of Corundum is called Ruby, whereas all other shades are called Sapphire.
The red color in Ruby occurs because of the chromium impurity whereas the colors of Sapphire are the result of iron, titanium and chromium impurities. It is hard to find difference between Pink Sapphire and light Red Ruby. There are no specific rules that which shade of red represents Ruby and which shade of pink represents Sapphire. The color of Ruby varies from intense purple red to lighter orange red and the color of Pink Sapphire varies from hot pink to pale pink or more red.
Image: Pink Sapphires
Image: Red Ruby
What some unscrupulous sellers do, they sell these Pink Sapphires as light Red Ruby. The reason behind this is that Pink Sapphire is the less expensive in Corundum family. They do this job very frequently to the new consumers and people who have no knowledge about the gemstones. Pink Sapphire is quite reasonably priced than Ruby and more commonly mined. Though, fine Pink Sapphires are also rare, but fine Rubies in bigger size are rarer. Sellers sell Pink Sapphire as Rubies so that they can gain maximum profit. Ruby and Pink Sapphire looks alike, so, it will be easy for them to sell it to novice consumers. Though, people attract towards Pink Sapphire because they think that this is light Red Ruby and more affordable.
Image Courtesy: Pala Gems
Four of the above are the Corundum with same hue, which is red, but with different saturation and tone. If you see, you think that 3 and 4 are Rubies, as most of the sellers tell their customers. 1 classifies as Pink Sapphire and 2, light Red Ruby to some consumers and a rare Pink Sapphire to others. This above image clear all the variations in Pink Sapphire and sellers sell it as Ruby so they can warn good profit.
If you are going to buy Red Ruby, then you should be extra careful when buying it. You can ask for the originality certificate from the seller because real Rubies are very rare and expensive. They are dark red in color and Blood Red sometimes. The availability of both the minerals put a direct influence on their prices. Pink Sapphires are more common than Rubies and can be found in bigger size and nine times out of ten, Rubies are much higher priced than Pink Sapphires.
The color of these minerals is depending on the origin as well. The world’s finest Ruby is originated from Myanmar (Burma). Other than Myanmar – Thailand, Sri Lanka and Cambodia are the main sources where Ruby is mined. In the Burmese Ruby, there is a strong red fluorescence and long u. v. light. In the Thai Ruby, the color is darker red because of the presence of Ferrous (Iron), which produce brownish to purple overtone. Sri Lankan Rubies are typically more pinkish, which are referred as Pink Sapphire in some cases. Cambodian Rubies have same characteristics as Thai Rubies have.
Image: Ruby Crystal
Sri Lanka and Burma are the classic source for Pink Sapphire. But nowadays, Pink Sapphire is also mined in Africa from Madagascar and Tanzania. The concentration of chromium determines the depth of color and the traces of vanadium results violet tones in Pink Sapphire.
If you are a consumer and going to buy a Ruby, then you should be careful about what you are buying. You should check its beauty by analyzing its attractive color, brilliance and transparency. Then its quality which depends upon its color, clarity, cut and carat. These four Cs constitutes different shades of Red, inclusions, sharpness and size. And, last but not the least, its value. The value depends on that the Ruby is natural or synthetic, treated or not and what is its country of origin. You should keep all the things in your mind while going to but a true Ruby for you.
Image: Pink Sapphire Crystal
In general, Ruby and Pink Sapphire both are beautiful gemstones from Corundum. Chemically, both are same, but the percentage of chromium creates difference between them. The presence of chromium is higher than 0.9% in Ruby, whereas chromium presence is lower than 0.5% in Pink Sapphire. So, if you are not able to check this percentage, then you better ask for the genuinity certificate from the seller for both of the gemstones.
Image Courtesy: Navneet Gems
The metaphysical properties of Ruby and Pink Sapphire are also creates a big difference between them. Ruby is well known of intense passion and good luck, whereas Sapphire is associated with sincerity and divine knowledge. If Ruby protects you from misfortune, then Sapphire gives you blessings. People use Ruby as personal inspiration and Sapphire for faithfulness. If we talk about the classic birthstone, then Ruby is associated with the month of December and Sapphire is associated with April, whereas in modern context Ruby is the birthstone of July and Sapphire is September.Posted on Tuesday, May 20, 2014 - 17:23
Are you looking for a reliable source of Blue topaz from Bangkok (Thailand) because your current source proves to be not stocking enough sizes and doesn’t meet your requirements?
You must read below if so, here is the following agenda for this page:
1. Introduction about Navneet Gems and Blue topaz - There are hundreds of supplier selling blue topaz but what makes Navneet Gems better than other suppliers; wholesale and competitive prices, all sizes and shapes stock availability, own manufacturing, huge and bulk production house and knowledgeable and multilingual staff.
Navneet Gems started its blue topaz's drive 18 years ago with two people and now have a staff of more than hundred people all around the world. We stock more than half million carats blue topaz (Swiss blue topaz, sky blue topaz and London blue topaz) at one point of time.
Here we are mentioning difference between buying from us and other companies -
1. Everyone knows a reseller can not give you competitive prices and good quality stones because reseller always buy from a manufacturer and resale to other hands.
2. Example - if you are looking to buy 7x5mm ovals, 10mm rounds, 20 carats + free sizes and other sizes and shapes in swiss blue topaz then a reseller will able to only provide some sizes and shapes and will not able to accomplish all your requirements and charge you 20-30% higher prices whether a manufacturer like us will able to complete all your needs and charge you wholesale price so it’s better to skip hands and directly buying gemstones from a manufacturer.
3. Everyone wants to earn by business no one is seating for losing money, YES! its truth about business – if you go for a reseller than he will definitely add his own profit in his costing and further sell you at high prices.
SO its always good to buy gemstones directly from a manufacturer and stock holder to SAVE at least 20-30% of your money.
2. Ordering Process of Blue topaz with us - There are two ways to ordering with us -
A. Online blue topaz buying – If you are seating thousand miles away from us and want to buy blue topaz gemstones from us then you can simply go to our contact us page listed in top red bar or from here and fill the contact us form mentioning your requirements, For better and fast assistance please make sure you write detail information regarding your requirements.
Example - I want to buy Swiss blue topaz Rounds 5mm, 6mm, 7mm and 8mm, 200 pieces in each and in AAA quality.
Above is just an example, if you have any query regarding buying lot, 10cts+ blue topaz or any other requirements then you can write according to you. We will get back to you in less than half an hour (In Bangkok working hours)
If you directly want to send mail then inbox us at firstname.lastname@example.org
B. Visit our office in Bangkok, Thailand - If you are in Bangkok, Thailand then there is no other best way then visiting us and directly buying from us, if any customer has problem to ship goods back to his country when staying in Thailand then we ship goods on our customers ‘address and provide them tracking number for express shipping.
In Thailand, our office is situated in heart of the Bangkok city. You can visit our office on this address -
919/326, Jewelry Trade Center (JTC), 26th Floor, Room Number 326, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok, Thailand
Our office is situated in next building to the Holiday inn hotel, sliom road, Bangkok, Thailand. You can see our Google map listing here to make it easier for you to find us - https://plus.google.com/108091976236463103771/about
3. The process of Blue topaz we follow - Blue Topaz generally comes in three colors – Sky blue topaz (Lightest shade), Swiss blue topaz (More Strong to vivid medium dark blue color) and London blue topaz.
Swiss blue topaz and London Blue Topaz– Strong to vivid medium dark blue to dark blue color of topaz is electron irradiated followed by heating and cooling. Navneet Gems does not use neutron treatment and only use electron beam method by linear accelerators followed by heating and cooling to produce Swiss blue topaz. Our electron irradiated blue topaz is complete safe to wear, which doesn’t emit unsafe residual radiation.
Our company is licensed by NRC (Nuclear Regulatory commission), In August, 2007 the NRC tested 9 batches of blue topaz which is irradiated averaging 500 carats on one and found that the topaz posed no health risk. Then a Fact Sheet on Irradiated Gemstones came in market for blue topaz seller and users to ensure the public that these gems were completely safe. You can also browse many questions answered by the NRC in Fact sheet.
In a general way there is limit of radiation that should be followed while producing this gemstone, if limit goes high then it is unsafe to wear.
Sky blue topaz - It is not completely irradiated stone, it is just irradiated to brown and then heated. Color of this shade of blue topaz quite resembles to Aquamarine but this is quite low in prices when compared with Aquamarine. We have been manufacturing more than 50,000 carats sky blue topaz in all sizes and shapes in a month. Along with stones we have top sky blue topaz rough available for selling; we have availblity of 9 grams to 60 grams rough in sky blue topaz in top sky (baby swiss) blue topaz color.
3. Qualities of Blue topaz we have - Our quality for all blue topaz shades are AAA quality, please check here, our stones are well cut, polished, shaped and dimensioned. From pear, heart, octagon, marquise to round, oval, trillion, baguette we have available in stock anytime. Every stone manufactured from our unit is perfect in height, no shallow and no deep. Regularly height of our gem comes in range of 54-60% of length. If customer needs any specific height then we do it for him/her. Girdle of every stone is sharp, well finished and polished to make every piece elegant.
Here is the video of Swiss blue Topaz stone from our stock –
4. Different "genres" of blue topaz (Or shapes) - In this segment we will describe the genres based on two ways -
A. Shape wise B. Cutting wise
A. Shape wise Blue Topaz - We have availability Rounds, Ovals, Octagons, Cushions, Marquise, Long Cushions, Trillion, Baguette, Hearts, Pears and Fancy shapes from 2mm to 20mm calibration sizes and free sizes as well. For price information you can send us required size and we will drop you the prices in your inbox within few hours. Please check some same pictures here -
B. Cutting wise blue topaz – Navneet Gems has been manufacturing and selling different cuttings like cabochons, faceted, briolettes, fancy, rose cut, diamond cut and concave cut. If customer has any special requirement then we cut it from rough or other available goods. For Example – A customer asks us for Portuguese cut in swiss blue topaz 10mm rounds then we make it for him by available goods in normal cut so basically we can cut all different cuttings, please see some sample pictures here -
5. Why to buy Blue topaz from our company - Every jewelry designer, reseller, retailer of blue topaz always look for a supplier who can provide consistent supply, quality gems, competitive prices, delivery on time, good after sales services and cheap shipping charges SO here is Navneet Gems for all those supplier seekers.
Most important thing is even color and maintained quality of gemstones that we provide to our buyers. We never had any bad experience with our customers except 2 cases of one day late delivery and that is acceptable in a 18 years long career.
So please visit our office or drop a mail on email@example.com regarding your requirements, we will reply you as soon as possible.
Posted on Sunday, May 18, 2014 - 19:22
YES YES YES, in the market you are likely to find different colors of Swiss blue topaz.
Well, this might be a tough question to answer as there is usually a very bias opinion about these type of issues in the market which are usually only seen by a trained eye.
Here are the different types of Swiss blue topaz color available in the market. With us at Navneet Gems and Minerals you will only find; Super Swiss blue topaz and the normal Swiss blue topaz:
|Baby Swiss Blue Topaz||Normal Swiss Blue Topaz||Super Swiss Blue Topaz|
|Color||Top sky blue topaz color||Normal Ocean Blue color||Intense, more Neony like Paraibas'|
|Availability||Medium & Increasing||High & Decreasing||Low & Decreasing|
|Market type||Mass Market||Mass market||High end retail market|
|Price||$1.75-$3.50 / carat||$2 - $5 / carat||$5 - $20 / carat|
If you wonder how difficult it is to buy Semi precious stones from Jaipur and how to get around to get the best deals in the city, this guide is for you. We give this guide away because we ourselves have an office in the center of Jaipur where our manufacturings take place.
Obstacle #1: Getting to Jaipur
It isnt the easiest of jobs to do. Because of the poor insfrastructure from any International city in India to Jaipur, it makes it easier to just take a flight but taking a flight can have its own obstacles.
Taking the flight: The closest place to fly from is New Delhi (Capital city of India). The big obstacle is that the Jaipur International airport is quite small and not very "classy", and sometimes a little unsafe to land (usually due to foggy weather or rainy ground). The ticket usually costs around $100-$150 with the duration of only 30 minutes - 45 minutes but waiting time in Delhi might be long.
Taking the train: This is the second best way to travel to the city of Gems from Delhi, this route recently has upbrought very new oportunities as the rail systems have been less corrupted, and actual investment has actually gone into train systems. This really is a very inexpensive ride of about 15$-20$ per person in an airconditioned train with breakfast. The duration is around 4 hours - 5 hours.
Obstacle #2: Getting in touch with the right people for sourcing
If you think getting there was a difficult reach, then Buying in Jaipur is one of the most difficult parts of the whole trip. It just started and got a ton more interesting, thats what is the best part of this place, adventure.
Its very important to do the homework right, in order to get in touch with the right people you need to initially screen the dealers that dont understand your requirements and are sending junk photos of gemstones and jewellery you are just not interested in. Once you have done the screening right, then you need to make sure you get their contact addresses down. Once you have landed in Jaipur or driven there, you should call them all individually and make an appointment with them. Make sure to reach 30 minutes later then what the dealer/wholeseller/manufacturer/broker has promised, thats how it works, you have to make the supplier wait for you and not the other way around (We will learn later how this helps in bargaining)
If you dont have any contacts then simple contact us, we'll hook you up with some good brokers and you could ofcourse walk down the Semi precious stones market in Jaipur as the picture below:
Obstacle #3: Judging quality and people
In order to just the quality of the stones, its very important to have the lighting that best "shows" the real color and the right quality. Obviously seeing emeralds in yellow background for example will give the buyer a "deceptive" quality image about its inclusions. So make sure you go out of the box, go out in the sun if possible.
I know this may sound wierd but judging people is very important. Its very important to see if the people who you are going to make all or alot of your Gemstones purchases with have the right intentions and have a clean heart. Because if they dont, then in Semi precious stones its very easy to put fake Amethysts in a parcel of Genuine Amethysts by as much as 50% and you wont even realize it. You should test the supplier in your own ways (By asking for prices and narrating bullshit stories and see their reactions).
Obstacle #4: Pricing (Bargaining)
This is where your culture of barganing where the seller says "Thats my final price" and it ends there? Not in Jaipur. You go on and on, but if you dont want to sound very cheap or if it goes against your ego then tell the seller the price you can buy it which is usually atleast 50% less than what the seller initially quotes. But todays market, the bargains are starting to slip down on % values. This is because of a tighter supplier of stones where market is getting tighter and production low.
Some tips to make sure you follow when you are price bargaining:
Obstacle #5: Shipping the stones out of the country (Exporting)
The best way to get it shipped is tell the seller to ship the stones to your address, make sure to take a tracking number form the seller.
If you are planning on a trip to Jaipur to buy Wholesale semi precious stones from a manufacturer in Jaipur, please inform us and we will make sure to set up a meeting. And if you need any other services please email me at firstname.lastname@example.orgPosted on Saturday, May 17, 2014 - 12:48
In the running gemstone market one who is manufacturer and expertise of that particular gemstone can give you cheap prices and fine quality because of wholesale production, So we are manufacturer of BLUE TOPAZ, running our own production unit in Thailand. At a time we stock more than 1 million carats blue topaz (Swiss, Sky and London) including cabochons, faceted, briolettes, checkerboard, rose cut and different shapes as well. 1 million carats BLUE TOPAZ, YES WE HAVE! We are one of the companies who is manufacturing and selling Blue Topaz in such quantities. Keep scrolling to know more interesting news about blue topaz and Navneet Gems -
Manufacturing in wholesale quantities - In today's gems market if you are buying from a reseller then he definately going to charge 20-30% higher prices than manufacturer. What if you directly buy from a manufacturer? Yes you can SAVE 20% and get 20% lower prices. We manufacture swiss blue in a large quantities.
Available stock in every size and shape - We stock almost every size and shape in swiss blue topaz gemstones and according to requirement we take out goods and ship on the same day, this makes easy for us to supply goods.
Thailand cutting of Swiss blue topaz - Maximum of our stock in this gemstone is cut in our Thailand situated manufacturing unit. Our experts’ Thai cutter work efficiently and meticulously. We also have our factory in Jaipur, Thailand but we are not cutting swiss blue topaz there because Indian labors is not so that efficient that Thai labors are.
Every piece of our gemstones is cut in a way that you can see every facet clearly. Our experienced team has instructed to all gems ‘cutters to follow gem cut/shape factor, girdle thickness, culet size, table percentage or size, crown height etc. and they do that in a perfect manner.
How to reach us to buy Blue Topaz?- Science has made communication and things so easy that now you can get everything in your hands just clicking few keyboards buttons :) :)
Yeah! so simply you can drop us a mail on email@example.com or fill contact us form on contact us page to send us a inquiry.
We have our office in Bangkok, Thailand, in case you are in Bangkok then visit and buy gemstones directly from office.
Generally, Real Estate, Gold or other precious metals are entitled best for investment purpose. To earn big profits, you need to invest big. But, there are other reasonable alternatives too. Raw, uncut gems offer good returns for your investment. Tourmaline is the best option for that. You will find millions of reasons why Tourmaline crystals are considered a hedge bet.
Here are some of the reasons:
Image source: GIA
Image: Rainbow Tourmaline Crystal
Image Source: Navneet Gems
The heat treatment or radiation treatment can wreck a fine bicolor Tourmaline. These processes have a propensity for lighten the color, which is often the exact opposite of what you want with Tourmaline.
All of this above put in to the wrangle that holding raw "cutter" Tourmalines as a transitional to enduring investment a good idea. What I recommend to you to invest, the raw stones. The reason is that it is quite easy to settle on good material from altered in the rough form – often with matrix rock attached. You can give a desired cut to the stone or left it as it is which is also appreciated. Your investment could be more effective if you buy your Tourmaline smartly. You can choose a primary source like a miner or a reasonable secondary source i.e. first – level reseller.
You can get a good supply from louse markets sometimes, but you should have to be extra assiduous while buying Tourmaline from the reseller. I suggest you to spend some time to research about the stone and probe to find good dependable sources. You can start with a few small purchases to get to know the seller. And incidentally, there is another reason why I think investing in Tourmalines is a good opportunity; it is a lot of fun!
I believe that economic ups and downs are often, so, we should be prepared for that. I think of my own Tourmaline investment as a hedge, so if the dollar or my other investments are doing well, the price of Tourmaline may be spongy, but that is okay for me. The real investment value of Tourmaline comes into play when the dollar is down.
I found so many reasons to compare Tourmaline prices with other precious gemstones like Sapphire in the commodity market, but there are some pretty noteworthy differences, which are as follows:
Different colors of Tourmaline
Tourmaline and Sapphire, both are pleochroic, which means if you move both in different directions, they can show different colors. Tourmaline has strong pleochroism than Sapphire. So, if you think that you are not able to buy Sapphire, then Tourmaline is the best replacement to wear and for investment as well.