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Synonyms for gemstone

a crystalline rock that can be cut and polished for jewelry

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The global demand for gemstones has been significant owing to consumers opting for purchasing medium priced gem products via certain platforms such as home shopping through television marketing.
Such beliefs have seen sales of these gems skyrocket," said Abdullah Al-Harbi, a salesman at a gemstone shop in Jeddah.
One such gemstone is the extremely scarce Musgravite.
The workshop would also shed light on the assessment criteria for various gemstones and outline a general pricing strategy for different marketing conditions.
He said Gem Bazaar is a unique concept where buyers and sellers meet each other and engage in gemstone trade, adding it has been brought forward to expedite and substantiate the local trade among the trade members of gemstone sector.
Gemstone facials can scientifically balance one's energy level, which will significantly elevate one's lifestyle and mood,'' she explained.
No money changed hands in the transaction, Gemstone alleged, because the trust and Mr.
Street-level illegal activity in diamonds and jewelry has increased, and the criminal and terrorist use of diamonds and gemstones has become the subject of many books and intelligence reports.
Two full-time miners extract gemstones destined to be polished and made into saleable carvings, bookends, clocks, or jewelry in the gift store.
Finding gemstones in rocks is a lot like looking for oil," says Gunter.
This world-class, one-of-a-kind precious gemstone known affectionately as "The Pink Passion", could be the ultimate Valentine's Day gift extraordinaire and become some lucky girl's new best friend with a guarantee to make her heart flutter.
The world's largest faceted Sapphire: the Ophir Sapphire - An extraordinary blue gemstone, the size of a dinner plate
Gem Bazaars have created numerous opportunities for the local stakeholders of gemstone sector.
com)-- Scientifically, a gemstone is a mineral or petrified material which is used in making jewelry but some gemstones like single-crystal rhodochrosite are too soft to be used as a piece of jewelry.
Every naturally occurring gemstone has its own particular feature, which should be known before to explore it in the mountainous areas of the country.