Flora and fauna offer an extraordinary variety of shapes and colors. Yet different shades of green are not only found in vegetation, but in those hidden treasures of nature to which precious gemstones belong.
The Peridot, known to the Romans as the “evening emerald” is primarily found in Myanmar. It comes in yellow and brownish shades of green, as well as in an olive tone, from which its second name, the Olivine, is derived.
The Tsavorit - belonging to the Garnet family of gems - is remarkable for its bright, fresh tones from deep blue-green to forest green. This grossularite, which mainly comes from Kenya, is a wonderful example of pure nature with its stunning color saturation and radiance.
The Tourmaline gets its name from the Singhalese „turmali“, meaning „colorful” or “red/brown stone“ and is mainly found in Brazil, Madagascar and Namibia. Its nuances range from pink to red and from green and blue to shades of yellow, making each and every gem unique. The blue-green Paraiba Tourmaline is especially stunning with a color that is second to none.
The Sapphire is the second hardest stone next to the Diamond and belongs to the Corundum family. This precious gem comes not only in blue, but in all the colors of the rainbow - pink, violet, purple, orange, yellow and green. Or even in dark brown or black. Its color gradations vary greatly creating fascinating color differences in depth of shade. The Sapphire is found in Myanmar, Sri Lanka und Madagascar.
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