Emerald is the most precious stone in the beryl group. The name comes from the old French word esmeralde, which was derived from the Greek word smaragdos meaning green stone. By definition, emerald is any medium to dark green beryl colored by chromium. Green beryl colored only by vanadium is not considered to be true emerald, but rather as simply green beryl. Since the 1960s, the American jewelry industry changed the definition to include vanadium colored beryl as emerald, but in the UK and Europe, they are still not recognized as such.

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Opal is a gem-quality form of hydrated amorphous silicon dioxide. Its name is derived from the Sanskrit word for stone. It is gemologically classed as a mineraloid rather than a mineral, owing to its amorphous form. Opal is considered to be the national gemstone for Australia, owing to the fact that Australia produces roughly 97% of the world entire supply of opal gemstones. Opals can be divided into three main subgroups: precious opal, fire opal and common opal (potch).

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Blue Sapphire

Tanzanite is the blue to violet to purple variety of the mineral zoisite. It is mined commercially only in one area of the world: the Merelani Hills of Tanzania, which is where it gets its name.Tanzanites appearance is influenced greatly by its pleochroism, which is the ability of a gemstone to show different colors when viewed in different crystal directions. Tanzanite can be violetish blue—similar to a sapphire color—or much more purplish. Often, both the violetish blue and purplish colors are readily visible in a fashioned stone when it is gently rocked and tilted.

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Yellow Sapphire

Ruby is the most valuable variety of the corundum mineral species, which also includes sapphire. Rubies can command the highest per-carat price of any colored stone. This makes ruby one of the most important gems in the colored stone market.In its purest form, the mineral corundum is colorless. Trace elements that become part of the minerals crystal structure cause variations in its color. Chromium is the trace element that causes rubys red, which ranges from an orangy red to a purplish red.

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Tourmaline is the most colorful of all gemstones. It occurs in all colors, but pink, red, green, blue and multicolored are its most well-known gem colors. Scientifically, tourmaline is not a single mineral, but a group of minerals related in their physical and chemical properties. The mineral Elbaite is the member of the Tourmaline group that is responsible for almost all the gem varieties. Three other members of the group - Schorl, Dravite and Liddicoatite, are seldom used as gemstones.

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Garnet is not a single mineral, but describes a group of several closely related minerals. Garnets come in a variety of colors and have many different varieties. However, the most widely-known color of Garnet gemstones is dark red. When the term Garnet is used, it is usually connotative of the dark red form; other color Garnets are usually given more descriptive gemstone terms.

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Cats Eye

Blue sapphire belongs to the mineral species corundum. It can be a pure blue but ranges from greenish blue to violetish blue. The name sapphire can also apply to any corundum that is not red and doesn’t qualify as ruby, another corundum variety.

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Welcome to HSP Overseas

Founded in the year 2015, HSP Gems is leading exporter of precious, semi-precious and industrial grade rough gemstones and gold. Expertise, experience, service orientation in Bangkok and sound local knowledge has made HSP Gems preferred supplier to many global clients.

HSP Gems at Glance

Founded in the year 2015.

Promoted by Mr. Saeed Ahmed.

Corporate headquarter at Bangkok (Thailand).

Manufacturing unit in India

Direct operations in 15 countries.

Reach in additional 11 countries through the alliances network of distributors, licensees and export operations.

Major client base from America, Europe, Africa and Asia.

Global exports worth $1 million.