Blue Sapphire

The most famous of Sapphire colours, the beauty of the Blue Sapphire is unparalleled. Each sapphire's hue individual and nuanced; no two are alike.with tones ranging from deep velvety blue to crisp cornflower blue, Our Blue Sapphire's are gorgeous specimens of nature's beauty.

Yellow Sapphire

Often referred to as Golden Sapphire for its rich and vibrant colour, the Yellow Sapphire is also the hardest stone in its caliber. This gem is prized by wearer not only for its beauty but also for the belief that it attracts prosperity and wealth.

Pink Sapphire

The Pink Sapphire is one of the most beautiful and uncommon stones in the world, occurring in the wide range of tones from baby pinks to deeper shades ranging from red to purple hue.


Rubies are desired for their beauty and valued for their rarity, Rubies are some of the most precious gemstones in the world, so much so the top quality Rubies are considered more valuable than Diamonds. Fine needles of rutile found inside Rubies can take from the star shape creating a captivating light effect resulting in the uncommon and extraordinary Star Ruby.

Besides its bright colour, Rubies are desired for its hardness, durability and luster.

Purple Sapphire

Purple Sapphire is also called Violet Sapphire with the tone from bluish purple to purplish pink shades. In western countries, this gemstones is often set in jewellery from designer engagement rings, pendents and wedding bands.

Orange Sapphire

Orange Sapphire is one of the corundum variety that has a unique salmon hue. Its hue ranging from light orange to vivid red-orange, or a dark orange with a brown overtone. It was once considered an underestimated and obscure gemstone, but it has recently became popular because of its rarity and beautiful colour.

White Sapphire

White Sapphire is a colourless Sapphire. Although Sapphires are usually thought of as Blue gemstones, they naturally occur in a variety of colours, including yellows, greens, pinks, and white.

White Sapphires are often used as diamonds substitute. Lastly never forget that sapphires, even White Sapphires are one of the four precious gemstones, which includes Diamond, Rubies, Emeralds and Sapphires.

Green Sapphire

Green Sapphires comes in all shapes, sizes and colour tones. Our Green Sapphires ranging from light mint and lime hue to deep earthly greenish-blue colour.

Green Sapphires are extremely durable when compared to other gemstones like Emeralds or Tsavorit garnet. A favourite for our customers, Madagascar Green Sapphires are one of our best sellers.


A gem is scarce supply, Spinels are very much in demand today and highly sought - after by gem connoisseurs and collectors across the world for its brilliance, hardness and spectacular range of colours; The name Spinel comes from a Greek word meaning "SPARK" alluding to the fiery.

Intensity of its colours which range from pink to orange, violet to black. The Red Spinel is the most commercially desirable, followed by the fine Cobalt-Blue, the soft Patel and vivid orange stone.


Ranging from a spring - like light green to an intense blue-green and a deep forest green, Tsavorite is also known as the oriental Emerald, and has been worn throughout the ages by Kings and Queens.

The highly valuable stone is renowned for its exceptional brilliance and hardness, with its rarity in larger sizes adding to its desirability.

Cats Eye

Ranging from fine apple green to the shades of beautiful honey yellow and a golden egg yolk colour, this unique gems name is derived from the Cat's Eye effect exhibited by the stone via the narrow silvery white ray across the surface when the gemstone is moved under the light.

An effect that requires near perfect inclusion in the stone, Cat's Eye is rare as its beautiful. Alexandrite Cat's Eye showcases a spectacular colour change from bluish-green to the shades of red, and the stone is for experts and enthusiasts as it combines two truly unique natural phenomenons.