Top 3 Gemstones of 2017: 💯 Africa

It’s been a good year! It has surprised and delighted us in many ways. Here is our chart of the biggest Gem highlights of 2017: 
RUBY • MOZAMBIQUE  
It was our first parcel of Rough Ruby and we managed to cut a collection of beautiful truly Red Gems. Explore the variety of Natural Unheated Rubies from 1 to 6 carats on our website.
RED SPINEL •• TANZANIA 
The first arrival of Mahenge Spinel was in 2007, and that phenomenal material could hardly be beaten so far. Fast forward ten years, and still if you want a vibrant clean crimson Gem in a tangible size - look no further than Mahenge Spinel. If you want in the established cut on top of all, simply make your choice at one click here.
ROYAL INDIGO TOURMALINE ••• NAMIBIA 
Just last month our exclusive 2016's collection of Royal Indigo Tourmalines was crowned by The King of the Ocean: a grand Super Gem of 56 carats, clean and lustrous and supremely cut. Enjoy the hypnotic blue-green palette of affordable Royal Indigos at our special page. For finer quality, please email us directly.  
And not only that: in 2017 we've come across some more single Super Gems... again from Africa!
BLUE SAPPHIRE •••• MADAGASCAR
MANDARIN GARNET ••••• NIGERIA  
Finally, just a few weeks ago, we got it certified:
SUPERB EMERALD NO OIL •••••• ETHIOPIA
Follow up with the story of this unexpected Green Miracle in 2018! 
                              It's been a beautiful Gem year!  
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