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What are Gemstones?

Gemstone is any of various minerals highly prized for beauty, durability, and rarity. A few noncrystalline materials of organic origin (e.g., pearl, red coral, and amber) also are classified as gemstones. Gemstones have attracted humankind since ancient times, and have long been used for jewelry.

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Gemstones Prices In South Africa

[ABCgems] Namibian Pietersite AKA Vision Stone for Meditation (Gorgeous Swirling Bands- Mohs Hardness 7) 10mm Smooth Round Natural Semi-Precious Gemstone Healing Energy Beads

[ABCgems] Namibian Pietersite AKA Vision Stone for Meditation (Gorgeous Swirling

ZAR 582

gemhub 1 lb Gold Tiger Eye AAA Grade Rough Stones from South Africa - Raw Bulk Natural Crystals for Tumbling, Cabbing, Cutting, Lapidary, Reiki, Wicca and Energy Crystal Healing

gem hub 1 lb Gold Tiger Eye AAA Grade Rough Stones from South Africa – Raw Bulk

ZAR 414

Roytil South Africa Red Jasper Natural Stone Healing Crystal Gemstones for Fish Tank Aquarium Decor Carving Materials for Jewelry D3 (Color : 1000g)

Royal South Africa Red Jasper Natural Stone Healing Crystal Gemstones for Fish

ZAR 1820

Which gemstones are found in South Africa?

Rough gemstones collected in South Africa

  • Aquamarine – faceting grade material, various shades – blue, green, pale blue, and green.
  • Feldspar – solid material, takes an excellent polish, various colors, orange to dark red.
  • Unakite – pink feldspar, green epidote and quartz.

Where can I dig for gemstones in South Africa?

Vredendal, Villiersdorp, Worcester, and Ceres (the latter two both about 120 km from Cape Town ) are beautiful areas. Nestled between the Cape fold mountains, these areas deliver beautiful and unusual quartz specimens.

What is the rarest gemstone?

Painite : Not just the rarest gemstone, but also the rarest mineral on earth, Painite holds the Guinness World Record for it. After its discovery in the year 1951, there existed only 2 specimens of Painite for the next many decades. By the year 2004, there were less than 2 dozens known gemstones.

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