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Buy Loose Columbian Emerald Gemstones at Wholesale prices

 

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Columbian Emerald lot

COLUMBIAN EMERALD

SHAPE - Oval

0.52 CARATS

 TREATMENTS: Slight Heat

PRICE - 49$

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ITEM CODE#: 017

Emerald

COLUMBIAN EMERALD

SHAPE - Oval

0.97 CARATS

 TREATMENTS: SLIGHT HEAT

PRICE - 180$

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ITEM CODE#: 018

Emerald

COLUMBIAN EMERALD

SHAPE - Oval

0.57 CARATS

 TREATMENTS: SLIGHT HEAT

PRICE - 199$

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 ITEM CODE#: 019

Emerald

COLUMBIAN EMERALD

SHAPE - Oval

1.66 CARATS

 TREATMENTS: SLIGHT HEAT

PRICE - 780$

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ITEM CODE#: 020

Emerald 5

COLUMBIAN EMERALD

SHAPE - Oval

1.85 CARATS

 TREATMENTS: SLIGHT HEAT

PRICE - 555$

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ITEM CODE#: 021

Emerald

COLUMBIAN EMERALD

SHAPE - Oval

1.59 CARATS

 TREATMENTS: SLIGHT HEAT

PRICE - 159$

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ITEM CODE#: 022

Emerald

COLUMBIAN EMERALD

SHAPE - Oval

1.51 CARATS

 TREATMENTS: SLIGHT HEAT

PRICE - 453$

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ITEM CODE#: 023

Emerald

COLUMBIAN EMERALD

SHAPE - Oval

1.02 CARATS

 TREATMENTS: SLIGHT HEAT

PRICE - 199$

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ITEM CODE#: 024

Emerald

COLUMBIAN EMERALD

SHAPE - Oval

1 CARATS

 TREATMENTS: SLIGHT HEAT

PRICE - 200$

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ITEM CODE#: 025

Emerald

COLUMBIAN EMERALD

SHAPE - Oval

1.24 CARATS

 TREATMENTS: SLIGHT HEAT

PRICE - 240$

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ITEM CODE#: 026

Emerald

COLUMBIAN EMERALD

SHAPE - Oval

0.38 CARATS

 TREATMENTS: SLIGHT HEAT

PRICE - 38$

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ITEM CODE#: 027

Emerald

COLUMBIAN EMERALD

SHAPE - Oval

0.74 CARATS

 TREATMENTS: SLIGHT HEAT

PRICE - 74$

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ITEM CODE#: 028

Emerald

COLUMBIAN EMERALD

SHAPE - Oval

 0.77 CARATS

 TREATMENTS: SLIGHT HEAT

PRICE - 231$

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ITEM CODE#: 029

Emerald

COLUMBIAN EMERALD

SHAPE - Oval

0.62 CARATS

 TREATMENTS: SLIGHT HEAT

PRICE - 620$

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ITEM CODE#: 030

Emerald
Posted on Thursday, August 15, 2013 - 17:55

Buy Loose Oval Wholesale Zambian Emerald gemstones at great prices!!!

Welcome to the page of NavneetGems.com where you can buy Zambian Emeralds in all Oval shapes directly from us, the below pieces are all photographed by me, and are all on sale at great prices! All of these are naturally certified.

Astrology of Emerald: Emeralds since the beginning have been known to be a great stone for keeping yourself as close to nature as possible. Self realization is something you can gain by wearing a Emerald ring in your index finger or secondly prefered is Middle finger.

Qualities of Emerald: All the pieces below are quite nice colored, but the quality varies. In emeralds as you can see color is very important, it should give a green feel at the first look of the Emerald stone. One of the piece is my facorite, the one that is 3.70 carats and is very nicely transparent. The more transparednt (Water) there is in an Emerald, the better the quality is.


 

Buy Emeralds online below, simply click BUY NOW - PAY - RECIEVE!

NATURAL EMERALD
4.58 CARATS

OVAL SHAPE - NORMAL CUT

PRICE - 137$

ORIGIN: ZAMBIA

ITEM CODE#: 047

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Emerald Emerald
 NATURAL EMERALD

4.58 CARATS

OVAL SHAPE - NORMAL CUT

PRICE - 149$

ORIGIN: ZAMBIA

ITEM CODE#: 048

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Emerald

Emerald
NATURAL EMERALD

5.01 CARATS

OVAL SHAPE - NORMAL CUT

ORIGIN: ZAMBIA
PRICE - 199$

ITEM CODE#: 049

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Emerald Loose

Emerald testing report

NATURAL EMERALD

3.95 CARATS

 

OVAL SHAPE - NORMAL CUT

ORIGIN: ZAMBIA

PRICE - 158$

ITEM CODE#: 050

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Emerald

Emerald

 NATURAL EMERALD

3.70 CARATS

OVAL SHAPE - NORMAL CUT

PRICE - 370$

ITEM CODE#: 051

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Emerald

Emerald
NATURAL EMERALD

CARATS

OVAL SHAPE - NORMAL CUT

ITEM CODE#: 052

PRICE -

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Emerald

 

NATURAL EMERALD

CARATS

OVAL SHAPE - NORMAL CUT

ITEM CODE#: 053

PRICE - 

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Emerald

                

                    

We have many more pieces of Loose Emeralds available in our stock that we will be continously updating on this page so please keep looking.

For any other information please email us at info@navneetgems.com

Posted on Wednesday, August 14, 2013 - 19:03

Glass Beach in California.

In Northern California, in MacKerricher State Park near the city of Fort Bragg, you will find this magnificent beach full of colorful glasses. Actually over the decades, waves had smoothed and reshaped them in round shape, transforming the shoreline into godly beauty formed with the colorful palette of pebble-like glass and sand.

You must be wondering why I am writing about glasses, well after reading this post you will understand that these glasses are as beautiful as gemstones and as natural as natural precious stones.
Around 1906-1967, cities around beaches were badly known to use the shoreline to dumb garbage. After the destruction of San Francisco by an earthquake, the roads were loaded with stones and junk was thrown out on the shore for sea to clean away. This of course, involved lots of pieces of glasses.
It was not until 1967, when city’s North Coast Water Quality Board realized their mistake and relocated the dumps and cleaned the shorelines and after the clean-up only smoothed and rounded glass remained back on the shore.
After few years this beach was purchased by California State Parks in October 2002. The Trust managed to completely remove waste and cleaned-up the shore.
Now, today this beach is attracting many beach lovers from around the globe and even pick-pocketing these beautiful glasses from beach. Literally you cannot ignore their beauty. But, unfortunately due to this pick-pocketing quality of glasses are being duplicated very quickly.
ll, that’s all about this unique beach. Keep tuned with us and Stay connected from Blogs. Over and out from NGM News section. 

In Northern California, in MacKerricher State Park near the city of Fort Bragg, you will find this magnificent beach full of colorful glasses. Actually over the decades, waves had smoothed and reshaped them in round shape, transforming the shoreline into godly beauty formed with the colorful palette of pebble-like glass and sand.

You must be wondering why I am writing about glasses, well after reading this post you will understand that these glasses are as beautiful as gemstones and as natural as natural precious stones. Have a look.

Glass Beach in California.

Around 1906-1967, cities around beaches were badly known to use the shoreline to dumb garbage. After the destruction of San Francisco by an earthquake, the roads were loaded with stones and junk was thrown out on the shore for sea to clean away. This of course, involved lots of pieces of glasses.

Glass Beach in California.

It was not until 1967, when city’s North Coast Water Quality Board realized their mistake and relocated the dumps and cleaned the shorelines and after the clean-up only smoothed and rounded glass remained back on the shore.

Glass Beach in California.

After few years this beach was purchased by California State Parks in October 2002. The Trust managed to completely remove waste and cleaned-up the shore.

Glass Beach in California.

Source: Wikipedia

Now, today this beach is attracting many beach lovers from around the globe and even pick-pocketing these beautiful glasses from beach. Literally you cannot ignore their beauty. But, unfortunately due to this pick-pocketing quality of glasses are being duplicated very quickly.

Well, that’s all about this unique beach. Keep tuned with us and Stay connected from Blogs. Over and out from NGM News section. 

Posted on Wednesday, July 10, 2013 - 19:40

The Largest Open Pit Diamond Mine in the World.

Mir Mine, also known as Mirny Mine, is the second biggest excavated hole on the globe. This mine is 525 meters deep and 1,200 meters wide. The hole of the mine is so huge that even the passage of airspace above the mine was blocked as there were several occurrences of them being pulled inside downwards by an air circulation.

The mine was discovered on June 13, 1955 by geologists Yuri Khabardin, Ekaterina Elagina and Viktor Avdeenko. They discovered records of volcanic stones kimberlite which are usually associated with diamonds. This discovery was the first achievement in the search for kimberlite in Russia, after several unsuccessful trips of 1940s and 1950s. For this development, in 1957 Khabardin was given the Lenin Award, which was one of the biggest prizes in the Soviet Union.
The development of this mine was started in 1957 in extremely severe varying weather conditions. Every year 7 months of winter froze the ground into permafrost and turned into sludge in the summers. Buildings had to be raised on heaps, so that they would not drain in the summers. The main processing plant was built 20 Kms away from the mine as it has to be built on better ground.
In the winter seasons, temperatures were so low that car wheels and steel used to get destroyed and the oil get frozen. During winter seasons, the workers of the mine used jet engines to defreeze the frozen layer and dig out the permafrost. The entire mine was used to be covered and protected at night to prevent the equipment from cold.
Check out yourself this giant mine.
Your latest and unique news about gemstones keep visiting Navneet Gems. Don’t forget to read my latest blogs. Cya!
SOURCE: Wikipedia

Mir Mine, also known as Mirny Mine, is the second biggest excavated hole on the globe. This mine is 525 meters deep and 1,200 meters wide. The hole of the mine is so huge that even the passage of airspace above the mine was blocked as there were several occurrences of them being pulled inside downwards by an air circulation.

The mine was discovered on June 13, 1955 by geologists Yuri Khabardin, Ekaterina Elagina and Viktor Avdeenko. They discovered records of volcanic stones kimberlite which are usually associated with diamonds. This discovery was the first achievement in the search for kimberlite in Russia, after several unsuccessful trips of 1940s and 1950s. For this development, in 1957 Khabardin was given the Lenin Award, which was one of the biggest prizes in the Soviet Union.

The development of this mine was started in 1957 in extremely severe varying weather conditions. Every year 7 months of winter froze the ground into permafrost and turned into sludge in the summers. Buildings had to be raised on heaps, so that they would not drain in the summers. The main processing plant was built 20 Kms away from the mine as it has to be built on better ground.

In the winter seasons, temperatures were so low that car wheels and steel used to get destroyed and the oil get frozen. During winter seasons, the workers of the mine used jet engines to defreeze the frozen layer and dig out the permafrost. The entire mine was used to be covered and protected at night to prevent the equipment from cold.

Check out yourself this giant mine.

The Largest Open Pit Diamond Mine in the World.

The Largest Open Pit Diamond Mine in the World.

The Largest Open Pit Diamond Mine in the World.

SOURCE:Wikipedia

Your latest and unique news about gemstones keep visiting Navneet Gems. Don’t forget to read our latest blogs. Cya!

Posted on Wednesday, July 10, 2013 - 11:41

Rarest Gemstones of earth.

Each and every gems created by supreme power are unique in its own way but few of them are the rarest. As per the new release report of Discovery channel here is the list of splendid gems that are really rarest on the earth.

Black Opal

Black Opal

Opal is national stone of Australia, and black opal is the unusual and most precious of its type. The lack opal has a wealthy, rich black background, but shades of base will be gray. Discovered in the area in northwestern New Southern Wales, black opals are natural gem and solid gemstone that amazingly absorbs scattered white light, giving it brilliant spectral colors.

Musgravite

Musgravite

The Gemological Institution of America (GIA) calling Musgravite "a scarcity among the all other rare gems. Musgravite is a very close relative of Taaffeite. Musgravite was first found in 1967 in the Musgrave Variety of Southern Sydney. Since 1993 craftsman are not able to find out any mine of Musgravite. As of 2005, there were only eight Musgravite samples are present on the globe.

Painite

Painite

Found in 1951 in Mogok, Burma, Painite was once regarded the most rare gem in the World. For years, only two gems were known. In 1979, a third sample amazingly was retrieved by the GIA. These days, more than a million gems and amazingly pieces have been found. However, only a tiny proportion of them are appropriate for sale. Painite is made up of aluminum, calcium nutrient, oxygen, zirconium and boron.

Red Diamond

Red Diamonds

Red diamonds, just like any other beautiful diamonds, are made from compressed carbon. However, the amazing red diamond naturally formed due to structural defect in diamond crystal structure, this is the reason why they are the rarest diamonds.

Poudretteite

Poudretteite

 

Still one of the most rare gemstones known till date, this pink mineral get its name from Poudrette family, operator of quarry near Mont Saint-Hilaire, Quebec, Canada, where Poudretteite was first discovered. It was discovered as a few small gemstones during the mid-1960s, but wasn't identified as a new gem until 1986. The first recorded gem-quality sample of Poudretteite wasn't discovered until 2000, when it was discovered in Mogok, Burma. This amazing, perfect 9.41 size Poudretteite gem from Burma is truly one-of-a-kind. It is regarded to be one of the biggest.

Still one of the most rare gemstones known till date, this pink mineral get its name from Poudrette family, operator of quarry near Mont Saint-Hilaire, Quebec, Canada, where Poudretteite was first discovered. It was discovered as a few small gemstones during the mid-1960s, but wasn't identified as a new gem until 1986. The first recorded gem-quality sample of Poudretteite wasn't discovered until 2000, when it was discovered in Mogok, Burma. This amazing, perfect 9.41 size Poudretteite gem from Burma is truly one-of-a-kind. It is regarded to be one of the biggest.

Check-out list of Precious Stones from Navneet Gems collection and stay connected with us! 

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Posted on Saturday, July 6, 2013 - 19:53

Earth’s oldest Gem Stone - Greenlandite

Meet one of the oldest gems of the earth. Greenlandite was found in the Sixties during the study of the huge metal down payment, Isukasia northern of Nuuk. Greenlandite was consequently found in several places in the Godhabsfjord area. It was later recognized that the geological atmosphere in which greenlandite was recognized was around of 3.8 billion dollars years old. This implies that we are referring to one of the worlds earliest formations!

If we discuss geologically then the stone includes quartzite with a large content of a natural minerals - fuchsite - allocated throughout, providing the stone a clean natural shade. Quartzite is made of fine-grained quartz, while the chromium-containing fuchsite appears like sparkle, with excellent spangles allocated throughout the stone. Greenlandite is a hard nutrient, often transparent with a metal inner shine based on its many spangles. This type of stone is also known, in the jewellery industry, as aventurine quartz.
Greenlandite has been used as a precious stone in Greenland for many years, justly promoted as “the globe's earliest gemstone”. Natural aventurine quartz gem has long been known as an Native Indian or Brazil precious stone, and more lately rocks from southeast Africa have showed up which can be difficult to differentiate from greenlandite. Professionals will observe that along with of greenlandite is a more bluish green than that of the international versions of aventurine quartz movement. 
Gemstone Greenlandite
Greenlandite is best for signet jewelry, the best-known use of greenlandite is actually in the Bishop of Greenland’s cape. Bigger items can be used decoratively as bookends or correspondence shelves. It is also well-suited for use in larger stones preparations, mosaics, and candleholders.

Meet one of the oldest gems of the earth. Greenlandite was found in the Sixties during the study of the huge metal down payment, Isukasia northern of Nuuk. Greenlandite was consequently found in several places in the Godhabsfjord area. It was later recognized that the geological atmosphere in which greenlandite was recognized was around of 3.8 billion dollars years old. This implies that we are referring to one of the worlds earliest formations!

Earth’s oldest Gem Stone - Greenlandite

If we discuss geologically then the stone includes quartzite with a large content of a natural minerals - fuchsite - allocated throughout, providing the stone a clean natural shade. Quartzite is made of fine-grained quartz, while the chromium-containing fuchsite appears like sparkle, with excellent spangles allocated throughout the stone. Greenlandite is a hard nutrient, often transparent with a metal inner shine based on its many spangles. This type of stone is also known, in the jewellery industry, as aventurine quartz.

Greenlandite has been used as a precious stone in Greenland for many years, justly promoted as “the globe's earliest gemstone”. Natural aventurine quartz gem has long been known as an Native Indian or Brazil precious stone, and more lately rocks from southeast Africa have showed up which can be difficult to differentiate from greenlandite. Professionals will observe that along with of greenlandite is a more bluish green than that of the international versions of aventurine quartz movement. 

Gemstone Greenlandite

Greenlandite is best for signet jewelry, the best-known use of greenlandite is actually in the Bishop of Greenland’s cape. Bigger items can be used decoratively as bookends or correspondence shelves. It is also well-suited for use in larger stones preparations, mosaics, and candleholders.

Posted on Saturday, July 6, 2013 - 17:50

Where to find the most beautiful loose blue topaz stones?

Are you looking to have a stunning jewel for the next important event of your life? Our company is a place to stop where you can choose from the most charming gemstones at the best prices. One of your best choices would be to choose some of the loose blue topaz stones. Blue topaz is a very popular stone nowadays that can be used with a lot of purposes, including health purposes and is mined in several regions of Europe and America but Australia can`t be excluded from the centers where blue topaz is mined. We have blue topaz supplier who can help you to come up with the best choices.

Why would you choose to deal with our company, anyway? First of all, we have two manufacturing unites, one in India and the other one in Thailand where we cut the exact shades of blue topaz you want to have. In the shades for the loose blue topaz stones, we include pear, round, marquise or any other form that customers dream of. And what do you think of the international trainings and events that we participate at, so we can be up-to-date with everything in the world of jewelry? Our blue topaz supplier can help you with all updates in the jewelry world, so you can make the perfect and trendy choice!

If you can`t decide which of the three types of blue topaz to choose, you should contact our blue topaz supplier who will definitely help you to have your most wanted jewels. You can choose from swiss, London and sky blue topaz to add to your jewels. It doesn`t matter if it`s about a bracelet, necklace, a ring or a pair of earrings: loose blue topaz stones simply look perfect on these! If you don`t want to miss the best deal for online wholesale and top quality topaz stones, don`t hesitate to make this deal with us!

Posted on Monday, June 24, 2013 - 13:52

Things to know about blue topaz gemstones

Are you always dreaming of a unique necklace to have on your neck or a pair of earrings that could make you the center of the night? In this case, you have a rare and fairly expensive deal, offered by our company: to buy blue topaz. There are several things to know about this stone, included in the family of gemstones. First of all, topaz stones have various colors but blue is the most beautiful of all, thanks to its purity and rare outfit that can make you look extremely special. Blue topaz gemstones are mined in several areas of Australia, America and Europe.

If you want the best services and the best blue topaz deal, including top quality gemstones and online wholesale, our company targets all these things and you`re welcome! We know everything related to the world of jewels, thanks to our active participation at all international jewelry events and trainings. Blue topaz gemstones look excellent on a pair of earrings but also give a fantastic look of your outfit, if you wear the stones on your ring/rings, necklace, and bracelet or even on your dress. You have the possibility to choose from the most beautiful stones to buy blue topaz.

Blue topaz gemstones come in different shapes and types. We have all shapes and three types of blue topaz stones for the preference of every client apart. Starting with pear, round or princess to marquise, you have all available shades directly from our manufacturing units: one in India and the other one situated in Thailand. Swiss, sky and London blue topaz are the three types of blue topaz gemstones and we have all three. If you want to buy blue topaz, it`s highly recommended to opt for London blue topaz. It`s the most expensive but the most beautiful of the three types of blue topaz gemstones. Give yourself the chance to shine like a star because you deserve it!

Posted on Monday, June 24, 2013 - 13:49

Let`s become familiar with the world of blue topaz gemstones!

Did you recently hear that investing in loose blue topaz gemstones became a popular business? If so, you heard it well! If you want the best blue topaz deal, we have everything you need for the best functioning of your gemstone business. All you need to do is to choose the types of blue topaz stones in which you`d like to invest and start your business with and let the other things in our task. Our blue topaz stone services are the best on the present market! We will never let you down with the services we provide.

First of all, if you want to start a gemstone business, it means you want the best place where to purchase these charming loose blue topaz gemstones. Our company is part of every international jewelry event and training, just to be aware of all updates and trends that relate to the world of jewels. This is already a reason why you should opt for the best blue topaz stone deal, offered by our company. But this is not everything. We target two extremely important things for both our gemstone investors and simple customers: we offer online wholesale and top quality gemstones.

If you want to start investing in blue topaz stone, you definitely need all three types of blue topaz and all its possible shades, available for sale on the market. Our competitive prices are definitely what you need, especially when you need to purchase a high amount of loose blue topaz gemstones. We have all three types of blue topaz needed by every customer: London, swiss and sky blue topaz stones. Thanks to our manufacturing units situated in Thailand and India are ready to come up with all possible shades of blue topaz, starting with marquise to pear, princess or round, everything! With our top quality gemstones services, you will definitely succeed with your new gemstone business!

Posted on Monday, June 24, 2013 - 13:44

December Birthstone Blue Topaz

December Birthstone Blue Topaz is very famous and effective. So far many people have been healed by this stone. Now have a look about Blue Topaz Jewels. Loving jewels means you care about precious things in your life. If you`d like to have a jewel with a very special stone on it, one of the perfect choices would be a blue topaz stone. Our company is the best place where you can find top quality blue topaz along with your beloved jewel at competitive price. The famous blue topaz can be found and is mined everywhere worldwide. Several places to mention are Australia, Europe but Asian countries as well. Thanks to its beautiful blue color, this gemstone worn on any part of your body represents peace and the blue sky.

If you`re looking for some beautiful blue topaz beads, you can take a look at our wide range of beads available for sale, waiting just for you! If you perhaps would like to make your own bead but need only a particular shape of these stones, you can have any shapes you`d want to create your bead with! Starting with marquise and princess to pear and round, our manufacturing units situated in Thailand and India can bring you faceted blue gemstones from the topaz family! Our target is directed towards online wholesale and top quality gemstones along with competitive prices. You have the possibility to choose from the three types of blue topaz available at our company: London, sky and swiss blue topaz.

The international events and trainings in the domain of jewelry we participate at help us to be up-to-date with the latest news in the world of gemstones, so we can come up with the best services for the maximum satisfaction of every client apart. We know that wholesale blue topaz is what most of the customers are looking for and our company is ready to serve you anytime! Buying blue topaz stones is an expensive deal but when you have it on your jewels, you will be very proud of these. You can bravely take this decision because we will not let you down!

Posted on Monday, June 24, 2013 - 13:31