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From stones for your everyday jewellery to high jewellery tier for those special occasions. 

 

Pick your favourite stone from the list below and book a free consultation slot with us. Be part of your own jewellery making process and share your ideas with our designer and gemologist.

Cabochon Sunstone

Named after its warm, golden and orangey-red colour that resemble the sun. Sunstone's flashes and sparkles are caused by the light-reflection of tiny plate-like mineral inclusions in the stone. This phenomenon is known as aventurescence.

Bi-colour Sunstone

Named after its warm, golden and orangey-red colour that resemble the sun. Sunstone's flashes and sparkles are caused by the light-reflection of tiny plate-like mineral inclusions in the stone. This phenomenon is known as aventurescence.

Chocolate Sunstone

Unlike other sunstones, this one here has a dark brownish hues. With its emerald cutting, it resembles a small chocolate bar! And of course the darker colour doesn't stop the aventurescence from shining through.

Tanzanite

Poised between lush blue, vibrant violet, and rich purple, exotic tanzanite is found in only one place on earth, near majestic Mount Kilimanjaro. This round-cut Tanzanite here has a stunning velvety blue.

Pink Tourmaline

This Pink Tourmaline here has a stunning raspberry pink hues. Unlike other light colour pink tourmaline, this darker shade of pink possesses a unique characteristic.

Red Rutilated Quartz

Rutilated Quartz is a variety of quartz which contains naturally occurring strands of rutile, which are often golden in colour like this one over here.

Star Rose Quartz

Rose quartz is opaque to translucent pink to red-pink colour. This one here has an asterism at the centre of the dome.

Tahitian Pearl

Exotic black pearls from the Pinctada margaritifera or Black-lip pearl oyster, are more commonly known as Tahitian pearls. These pearls are often referred to as black, but have a remarkable color range that covers the spectrum - from light, creamy white and grey, to regal greens, iridescent peacock and deep black.

Morganite

With its soft pinkish hue, morganite is often associated with innocence, sweetness, romance and love. Admire the lovely pinkish hues from the round cut Morganite stones.

Morganite (Pear-shape)

These pear-shape Morganites have strong and bright pink hues. The colour of the stones is a beautiful sakura pink colour.

Montana Sapphire

Forget blue sapphires, for a moment, and admire instead the extraordinary array of fancy coloured sapphires like these stunning Montana Sapphire from the Montana state of US. Each piece possesses a different character, like the one on the left has a mix of greens and yellow.

Non-heated Tanzanite

Natural (non-heated) tanzanite has a really delicate and fine colour. They resemble some of the traditional colours of Japan - 菫色 (Sumire iro) and 紅掛花色 (Benikakehana iro).

Hazakura Tourmaline (10mm)

Here's another piece of the well-loved Hazakura Tourmaline. This time, we brought in the 10-mm size tourmaline - suitable for pendant and ring. Admire the harmony blend of green and pink of the stone.

Green Tourmaline

These tourmalines possesses a light blu-ish green which has its own charm in many ways. We carefully pick among the stones to find this matching pair.

Sunstone

Named after its warm, golden and orangey-red colour that resemble the sun. Sunstone's flashes and sparkles are caused by the light-reflection of tiny plate-like mineral inclusions in the stone. This phenomenon is known as aventurescence.

Hazakura Tourmaline (pair)

"Hazakura (葉桜)" refers to cherry trees during the period after the cherry blossom falls and the trees start to sprout new leaves until the cherry trees are totally covered with new leaves of tender green. This pair of tourmaline reminded us of such beautiful scene in Spring.

Cat's Eye Tourmaline (Pink)

Strong and distinct chatoyancy effect is what we look for in cat's eye stones. Needle-like inclusions lies parallel to one another in the stone, creating a narrow band concentrated across the centre of the stone.

Cat's Eye Tourmaline (OV)

Strong and distinct chatoyancy effect is what we look for in cat's eye stones. Needle-like inclusions lies parallel to one another in the stone, creating a narrow band concentrated across the centre of the stone.

Cat's Eye Tourmaline (Blue)

Strong and distinct chatoyancy effect is what we look for in cat's eye stones. Needle-like inclusions lies parallel to one another in the stone, creating a narrow band concentrated across the centre of the stone. Here, the colour of blue tourmaline - Indicolite is especially rare.

Carved Cabochon

These cabochon were carved by a German cutter from a small town named Idar-Oberstein in Germany where the world's gem-cutting center is located. Many unique cutting and carving of stones comes from this region.

Colour-change Garnet

This piece of colour-change garnet has a very obvious change of colour from dark bluish green to reddish purple under different light source. When made into a ring, one can enjoy the view of colour changing effect on their fingers easily.

Lavender Tourmaline

This 1.91 ct Lavender Tourmaline has a nice pinkish purple colour with clean and brilliant cutting.

Lavender Spinel (pair)

Lavender Spinel, different from the classic pink red spinel is getting trendy in the Europe. This pair of lavender coloured spinel is especially bright as compared to others which has a slight greyish hues in them.

Mint Green Tourmaline

This cushion-cut Mint Green Tourmaline possesses a refreshing green colour that resemble a mint leaf.

Mint Tourmaline

Great brilliance and saturation with colour hues of greenish blue. Although the colour is quite similar to Paraiba Tourmaline, the price is much more reasonable!

Non-heat Tanzanite

One can enjoy the pleochroism of Tanzanite, with purple, blue, grey, violet and green tones within a stone. Here, we have three different sizes of non-heated Tanzanite.

Fire Opal (Cushion-cut)

This Brazilian Fire Opal is rare with excellent saturation which is hard to find among other fire opals. Normally cabochon cut, here, they are cut with facets to showcase their strong colours.

Fire Opal (Pear)

This Brazilian Fire Opal is rare with excellent saturation which is hard to find among other fire opals. Normally cabochon cut, here, they are cut with facets to showcase their strong colours.

Padparadscha Sapphire

Padparadschas are among the rarest gems in the world. The word 'Padparadschas' is a Sanskrit word used to describe the pink and orange colours of tropical lotus flowers.

Sphene

Sphene is one of the few gemstones that possesses exceptional dispersion and brilliant fire aside from diamond. Here is one heart-shaped cut sphene stone which can be made into a cute and stunning necklace

Star Ruby

Distinct asterism straight cross the top of the cabochon domes of these star rubies. Shimmering six-rayed star shown on the surface of the stone as it reflects the light

Vesuvianite

Vesuvianite, named after the Mt. Vesuvius in Italy where it was originally discovered. Cushion cut of the stone shows off the stone's colour and brilliance.

Star Sapphire

Star sapphire stone featuring the magnificent reflections of light known as the star effect.

Paraiba Tourmaline

A perfect 1 carat round cut Paraiba Tourmaline is quite a rare find as it is often cut oval, marquise or uneven shape to reduce the loss of stone.

Non-heat Blue Sapphire

One of the most valuable blue sapphire known is the Burmese blue sapphire. It is typically a little darker but this stone here has a softer hues of blue. A 4 carat sapphire is perfect for a necklace or a Princess Diana style ring.

Mint Tourmaline

What a charming colour of green-ish blue. Usually, green tourmaline appears to be darker in colour unlike this one over here. This particular one has great brilliance and saturation. Colour similar to Paraiba Tourmaline but its price is 10 times more reasonable!

Malaya Garnet

Malaya Garnet is a name given to reddish-orange to yellowish-orange garnet which is actually a mix of Pyrope and Spessartite Garnet. This peachy colour garnet is most valuable in trade shows.

Dendritic Quartz

Natural fern or tree-like inclusions are what make these Dendritic Quartz so attractive. Here, we have five different dendritic quartz with different sizes and design by the nature.

Emerald

You may not have heard of Emerald which come from Ethiopia. It is one of the latest Emerald mine founded in 2016 - 2017. Comparing the Emeralds from Columbia, Emeralds from this mine has lesser inclusion and as a new mine, the price is also more reasonable.

Emerald (Sugar Loaf)

This sugar loaf cut Emerald captured the eyes of our gemologist at his first glance. Though contain a little inclusion (which most emeralds do), this one has an overall charming colour and shape.

Black Opal

This flat pear shaped Black Opal is a rare find with strong play-of-colour. Intense hues of red, blue, green resembles the galaxy. Its size and shape is perfect for pendant design.

Bi-colour Tourmaline (Rectangle)

Bi-colour tourmaline is often cut in rectangular cuts, like the one here to highlight its colour zoning.

Bi-colour Tourmaline (Square)

Enchant by its beautiful transition from hues of pink to in one gem, bi-colour tourmaline stone is one of our customers favourite. Don't you think this one here kinda resemble the Italian flag?

Andalusite

Flashes of different earth tones in one stone is what make Andalusite stone special.

Ametrine

A perfect blend of purple and yellow. This stone is cut by an experienced stone cutter in the US. He has been cutting gemstone by himself for more than 30 years now. The carving at the bottom of the stone is what make this stone unique.

Alexandrite

Often known as "emerald by day" and "ruby by night", Alexandrite, with its chameleon-like qualities changes colour when view under different light source.