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If you are looking for wholesale stones supplier whether for precious or semi-pernicious stones, you have come to the right place. Navneet Gems & Minerals sources the gemstones from their indigenous places to meet the needs of its worldwide clients at affordable rates. For instance, it gets the supply of Rubies & Sapphires from its hub Bangkok and other gemstones from Chanthaburi (Thailand) famous for precious gemstones.
It has its gem cutting factories in India and Thailand. Recently Navneet Gems & Minerals has launched some unique and captivating gemstones for beautiful ladies who believe in class and modern fashion trends. The affordable stones are Morganite, Morganite, Drusy Quartz, Mexifire, White Moonstone and Mystic Quartz, and Sea Glass.
Beads, Jewelry, and Swiss Blue Topaz are some of the reasonable stones that will add new look and charm to your personality. You can buy them from Navneet Gems & Minerals in the form of beautiful ornaments or in just raw forms.Posted on Tuesday, January 17, 2012 - 10:50
Navneet Gems and Minerals provides you in-depth information about most of the precious and semi-precious gemstones including their features, utility, and one stop purchasing option. It is a wholesale semi-precious stones as well as precious stones supplier with international expertise and experience. The company has been a leading player in semi-precious gemstones in international arena for more than a decade.
The various wholesale stones including Blue Topaz, Citrine, Amethyst, Garnet, Aquamarine, Diamonds, Pink Sapphire, and others stand for unbeatable quality standards. Navneet Gems and Minerals processes these precious and semi-precious stones in high tech labs equipped with latest technologies. The company offers you these gemstones at incredible lower price due its lowest profit margin maintenance policy.Posted on Wednesday, January 11, 2012 - 19:57
Navneet Gems and Minerals is an international wholesale semi precious stones as well as precious gems supplier. The custom design jewelry of NGM is world famous. Women love to buy them due to their chic design and attractive features. The color sea glass ornaments of the company are unique in themselves. They are made of colorful sea glass, which inherits the spirit and freshness of sea and makes its wearer also feel as well as look cool and highly energetic.
It is also found that sea glass is a health booster and mood refresher. Please visit the website to check its exclusive range of see glass jewelry items, which are designer, attractive, colorful, affordable and most importantly good for your health and mood.Posted on Monday, January 9, 2012 - 17:51
If you are looking for a reliable and reputed precious and semi-precious stones wholesale supplier to meet your gemstones requirement, you can rely on Navneet Gems & Minerals. The company is an internal wholesale stones supplier having its factory in India and Thailand. It specializes in semi-precious stones, especially in Blue Topaz.
If you are a modern and lively woman who wants to look everyday beautiful and energetic, no one can best help you achieve this, except Navneet Gems & Minerals. It has advance labs equipped with modern technologies for the production of Blue Topaz of world class perfection and radiance. Jewelries made of Blue Topaz look lovely, sparkly, and perfect for any type of event. If you are looking for this this stunning Topaz, the company has large stocks of this gemstone in three striking colors, Swiss Blue, Sky Blue and London Blue.
The company besides topaz offers you other semi-precious gemstones including Amethyst, Citrine, Aquamarine, Garnet, and Peridot.Posted on Saturday, January 7, 2012 - 18:49
Looking for a stones wholesale supplier of black diamonds? Navneet Gems & Minerals sources black diamonds from their origin place and sells you at incredible low prices. The company maintains the lowest possible profit margin.
Black diamonds are highly desired gemstones due to their excellent finishing and glittering look. Navneet Gems & Minerals sources this beautiful stone straight from Surat, which is known all over the world for the supply of quantities of Black Diamond.
Navneet Gems & Minerals is a reliable and reputed wholesale semi-precious stones supplier. The company has recently launched its large stock of aboriginal black diamonds at very reasonable price range. The collection includes round, fancy, and drops shapes in Black Diamonds. Plus, if you are looking to buy the black diamonds of most commonly used shapes, you can purchase them at special low prices from Navneet Gems & Minerals.Posted on Thursday, January 5, 2012 - 19:19
Blue Topaz has always been the most popular gemstone for stylish and strong women, who want to stand out. The gemstone is unique due to its transparency, permanence, radiance, availability, and affordability. However, Blue Topaz is rarely found in nature.
Jewelry items made of Blue Topaz look lovely, sparkly, and perfect for any type of occasion. This gem under the form of ring, necklace, earring, and bracelet are ideal for the modern women who want to look gorgeous. Topaz is a quartz crystal, usually colorless called as white topaz. It is transformed through radiation into its blue color. The gem is irradiated to bring out its blue color and then heated to make the change permanent.
Topaz comes in different shades of blue which depends on which type of radiation is used. The most popular colors are Swiss Blue, Sky Blue and London Blue. The white Topaz on treatment converts in high quality, attractive looking, and the best color in Blue Topaz, Swiss Blue Topaz. Sky blue Topaz results from the treatment of white topaz under the process of 6 months to 1 year. Sky color takes the least amount of time to be treated and this is the reason why it is cheaper of all colors of Blue Topaz.
On the other hand, London Blue Topaz is the most desired semi-precious gemstone due to its beautiful sparkle and dark blue shade. The gem is extremely rare and expensive too. Despite unusual production methods, Blue Topaz serves as a wonderful gemstone due to its high refractive index and beautiful look.
Apart from Blue Topaz, Citrine is a stone that is very popular as Feng Shui enhancement. The stone is a transparent yellow crystal that supports the flow of harmonious energy and lifting the energy in a space. If worn in an ornament; this stone gives its wearer a spectacular visual appeal. Citrines can also be placed in a bowl to make the environment of home positive, energized, and pleasant. So, the Blue Topaz and Citrines are both blessed with unique qualities which make them highly coveted gems. Plus, these are semi-precious stones which are affordable to buy.
Some other semi-precious stones are Iolite, jade, Tourmaline, Tanzanite, Cab Rubelite, Morganite, Morganite, Drusy Quartz, White Moonstone and Mystic Quartz, Amethyst, Citrine, Aquamarine, Garnet, Peridot, and color sea glass. These all are affordable stones that add charm and class to their wearer.
You can search on the internet for reliable and well-established wholesale semi-precious gems suppliers. The website of a reputed semi-precious wholesale supplier provides extensive information about all the precious and semi-precious gems and stones including their important features, history, and the ways of procuring them. However, wholesale stones suppliers should be assessed well before placing the purchase order. While selecting a Wholesale semi-precious stones supplier you must assess the authenticity of its gemstones, experience, and reputation in the market. The semi-precious gemstones suppliers also offer a wide range of customized jewelry items on demand.Posted on Tuesday, January 3, 2012 - 17:01
Navneet Gems and Minerals has been dedicated to be trading Gemstones in this industry for the last 19 years. We started off as a small firm dedicated to manufacturing of wholesale semi precious stones, but expanded our gemstone products into wholesale precious stones as well. Having a small stock of Precious gems, we had a few customer database of thai companies buying straight from us, as our sources for ruby and sapphires were straight from chantaburi, a hub of gemstones. Moreover. The best of Semi precious gemstones, manufacture in Jaipur, where our factory of gems is located. Being one of the leading exporters of Semi precious gemstones, and Precious stones, we expanded our business to different continents, providing wholesale gemstones to Jewellery companies in different parts of the globe. USA and Europe was a big Jewellery market those days, so we captured that market in a short span of time.
Our main exports of Blue topaz, a semi precious type of a stone, were to the USA and Japan at that time, especially Swiss Blue Topaz. Swiss blue topaz also sold well in the Middle East. Moreover, Sky blue topaz and London blue topaz was amongst the favorite Semi precious gems for European countries, especially Italy, Germany, France and Turkey.
But things changed since then, Europe and American consumers reduced their spending due to the lack of growth in their economies as most manufacturing shifted to Asian countries such as India and China. Our main exports for our Wholesale semi precious and Bulk Precious stones is to India and China, and partly to other countries in bits and pieces. Our factories in India and Thailand serve the whole world with different qualities of gems. Indian factories are specialized in Semi precious and Thailand is expensive to make Semi precious stones but have an edge over quality. Thus, most gemstones exported from Thailand are Precious gemstones, especially Thai ruby, and all colors in Sapphires.
Japan’s Jewellery sector has become one the most biggest as the manufacturers in Japan import almost all of their gemstone requirements from Asia, and the barrier of very specific jewellery requirements by the Japanese women, make it hard for other competitors to come in.
If you have requirements of a good supply of Gemstones, that gives wholesale prices for Semi precious and Precious gems, then we are the currect supplier as per your requirements. Our well trained staff, about the Jewellery and Gem industry, makes us ahead of other companies. The fact that our delivery is punctual makes us very professional at our work and business. Our quality management is done by our production and sometimes if crutial by Mr.Suresh Agarwal himself, the CEO of Navneet Gems and Minerals.Posted on Monday, December 12, 2011 - 12:29
As with all varities of agate, it is diaphaneity or what is called “good crystal” that is a primary determinant of calue in blue agate. This gem is normally found with a milky or cloudy body color. Translucent stones are rare and expensive. Although agates are normall cut en cabochon, especially transparent or limpid examples will occasiaonally be faceted
Blue agate is almost always cut flawless. Stones with inclusions other than drusy, a carpet of tiny quartz crystals growing on the surface, are almost without value as gemstones. Drusy is quite desirable, particularly when the cabochon is cut in a perform shape. In this case it is a question of what artists call composition, a pleasing proportion of drusy balanced against size and shape if the stone. Designer goldsmiths particularly seek stones of this sort.
Gems with banding can be quite pleasing, but will not command the price that a cabochon of uniform color will fetch.Posted on Thursday, December 1, 2011 - 10:57
Regardless of source, blue agate is chiefly valued for its translucency and purity of hue. The general mine run of stones from California and Namibia tend toward a slightly gray, medium-toned blue hue, sort of a stormy-sky blue. In this system of evaluation, gray, along with brown, are not regarded as hues but are treated as saturation modifiers which, when present, dull or muddy the saturation or mask the intensity of the hue. A gray mask is nearly always present in blue agate. Like a dirty film on a window, gray dulls the hue, reducing the saturation or brightness of the color. The gray may be difficult to detect but pure hues are always vivid, so the presence of gray may be inferred from a cool dullish blue. Obviously, the brighter the blue the better the stone.
Purple is the normal secondary hue, and when it is present, adds dramatically to the beauty and price of the stone. Holley blue is famous for its amethystine secondary hue, but a hint of purple can also be found in damsonite and even in stones from other locations. Occasionally a stone will be found that has a purple primary hue, but these are exceedingly rare. Stones of this color will have a blue secondary hue; that is, they will be bluish purple rather than purplish blue. The market prefers bluish purple, purplish blue, and grayish blue, in that order. The greater the percentage of purple and the smaller the percentage of gray the better the stone. I have seen only three examples of a pure blue hue without measurable gray.
Navneet gems and minerals is a supplier of Blue Agates in wholesale, a type of a chalcedony which is a semi precious stone.Posted on Thursday, December 1, 2011 - 10:47
Like many another gemstone, blue agate is marketed under a variety of aliases: damsonite, Mojave blue, and Holley blue agate are the most common. All are chalcedony from a variety of locales, with some small differences based on color and transparency of the agate.
Mojave blue is a trade name describing a slightly grayish blue opaque to semi-translucent stone found in the Mojave Desert, about a hundred miles south of Los Angeles. A similar quality material is found in Namibia. Damsonite is an opaque violetish material found in central Arizona. Holley blue is an opaque to translucent, purplish or amethystine-hued variety that has been found in and around Sweet Home, Oregon, and was named, apparently, for the Holley School near one of the sites. Another variation, Ellensburg blue, is found as glacial till scattered about the Washington state township from which it draws its name. Ellensburg blue agate often has purer blue hue.
Navneet Gems and Minerals is a wholesale supplier of Chalcedony, and especially a supplier of Blue Agate.Posted on Thursday, December 1, 2011 - 10:42