Gems must have the following characteristics:
It must be beauty. A gemstone cannot be a gemstone if it is not beautiful. This beauty can be expressed in a brilliant color, or it can be transparent and clean, or it can have special optical effects, or a special pattern.
It must be rare, that is, low output. Things are expensive because it's hard to find.
It must be tough. That is, the texture is hard and wear-resistant, and can last for a long time. Because of its high value, people must expect it to be durable, value-preserving and even hereditary.
One of the reasons why diamonds are the most expensive gemstones is that they are the hardest gemstones in the world that are not afraid of corrosion. Therefore, the most valuable gemstones in the world are silicate minerals with high hardness and corrosion resistance such as jadeite. A few oxides such as rubies, sapphires and elemental minerals such as diamonds.
And soft, susceptible to corrosion gemstones are of low value, and are often used to make crafts to win by work; But there are a few gems that are not in this list, such as opal.
Opal is one of the most beautiful and precious gems in the world, meaning "to gather the beauty of gems in one".
It can appear in various body colors, white body color can be called albumin, black, dark gray, blue, green, brown body color can be called melanin, orange, orange red, red body color can be called fire protein.
High-quality opal is known as the "palette" of gemstones and is famous for its special color-changing effect.
Opal's color fragments form patterns, each one is unique, and different color patterns also determine the value of Opal.
Natural opal is known for its unique display of flashing rainbow colors called play-of-color. There are two broad classes of opal: precious and common. Precious opal displays play-of-color, common opal does not. Only a tiny percentage of opal in the world can be classified as precious opal.
Natural opal is very sensitive to changes in temperature. They also have a crazing tendency. They “craze” or develop cracks as they dehydrate. Lab-grown opal does not have cracking or crazing problems and thus, offsets these shortcomings of natural opal, and further demonstrates the beautiful color change in different forms. The rich color pattern and the diverse cutting features of lab-grown opal also create many creative design possibilities.
Lab-grown opal has better conditions than natural opal to meet market demand and have a sustainable development prospect.
There is a never-ending quest for gemstone's sparkle. The emergence of a variety of synthetic gemstones has further realized everyone's pursuit of beauty. Lab-grown synthetic opal has a “play of colors” effect, which highly differentiates it from other kinds of synthetic gemstone; therefore, it is going to be a new trend in the fashion jewelry industry.
In our sparkling collections, we use Kyocera made lab-grown Opal, which is the best of its kind.
Girls always like bling objects, shining, bright and beautiful..
Swarovski crystal - which have been recognized as high-quality, dazzling and highly accurate incarnations around the world, as ornaments of our girls watches.
In Europe and Asia, Swarovski crystals are regarded as elegant gifts, symbolizing purity, power and sacred inviolability.
Its cutting crystal technology has a history of more than 100 years and is world famous. Each Swarovski crystal stone is crisp and neat, and the cutting surface is smooth without any fine lines. Its newly developed cutting methods such as chestnut cutting and imperial concubine cutting make the refraction of the crystal bright and beautiful, it is difficult to find on the market comparable to Swarovski crystal. This has also become one of the reasons why Swarovski crystals are popular all over the world.