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Old 05-14-2014, 01:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Does anyone have any hobby interest in gemstones?

I did a quick search on gemstones and saw all of the Flawless basketball threads so I thought I would ask...(MODs please move to different topic if this section doesn't apply here)

Does anyone have any interest in gemstones, whether for investment or personal value? I started buying my wife "semi-precious" loose cut gemstones a few years ago. Nothing mind blowing or expensive, but they really are neat.

I started with a unique Mothers Day gift a few years ago and purchased some larger birthstones of our kids. (Topaz and Tourmaline). She seemed to enjoy them so on occasion I have purchased others. No diamonds (minus the one on her finger), but some unique items like Kunzite, Morganite, Amethyst, Pink-Blue- Topaz, Citrine, Aquamarine...among others.

Now that I have this collection of sparkly rocks (some with appraisal certificates), I suppose the next idea would be to have them set in jewelry one day. I tried to take some pictures to show a few off but Im learning that it's actually pretty difficult to get a good shot.

That said, does anyone else take interest in gemstones?
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Back in 2005 I collected gemstones. I enjoy colored gemstones. I have not bought any since then but saved a few. Its really fun and I had hook ups direct in Thailand and got some really nice stones direct from the lapidary there. Its fun, can make some money!

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I was actually thinking about adding a couple gemstones to my portfolio. I was thinking about buying something like this
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but i have no idea about the gemstone world. I would buy on ebay but you never know with what you buy on there. Anyone know any legit sites to possibly purchase some nice stones?
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I have purchased a loose diamond from Blue Nile, only one and only once. The other company I bought appraised stones on eBay from was Magpie Jewelers...friendly company that sent a certificate with the stones and combined shipping for like a month of purchases to save money. They helped a lot when I had questions.

I also ordered some Opal and a few Sapphires from a company out of Thailand. I dont eBay anymore but should be able to track them down in my feedback history.
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These arent very good pictures (cellphone quality trying to capture details of something smaller than a dime.)

I believe this is Amatrine, Amethyst, and Pink Kunzite stones. Id post more but got frustrated taking a dozen pictures with my shaky hand lol...the last is a boulder opal




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These arent very good pictures (cellphone quality trying to capture details of something smaller than a dime.)

I believe this is Amatrine, Amethyst, and Pink Kunzite stones. Id post more but got frustrated taking a dozen pictures with my shaky hand lol...the last is a boulder opal




Wow those are beautiful
Really makes me want to get in the game, the only thing i have are some stones in the rough, from a person on ebay selling "salted" bags. I just wanted the thrill of finding my own gems even though im sure the seller knows whats in them already
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Thanks! There is a state park in Arkansas I believe that you can dig on the public land. If Im not mistaken a canary diamond was found recently by a teenage girl. Ill try to dig up the article.

After reading, I thought it would be a fun weekend getaway when my son gets a little older

Edit: http://www.craterofdiamondsstatepark.com - 6ct diamond found last month also! Maybe I should plan to go now.
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Its amazing what people will pay for some stones by being uneducated. Make sure you are educating yourself before buying ANY stones. Diamonds have the highest mark up of any stone on the market and can be had for next to nothing
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Thanks! There is a state park in Arkansas I believe that you can dig on the public land. If Im not mistaken a canary diamond was found recently by a teenage girl. Ill try to dig up the article.

After reading, I thought it would be a fun weekend getaway when my son gets a little older

Edit: Diamond Mines - Crater of Diamonds State Park - 6ct diamond found last month also! Maybe I should plan to go now.
Wow what a stone! I'll meet you there!
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Its amazing what people will pay for some stones by being uneducated. Make sure you are educating yourself before buying ANY stones. Diamonds have the highest mark up of any stone on the market and can be had for next to nothing
I wouldn't consider myself skilled at all on gemstones but I have never paid more than roughly 40 on a loose stone, a few 20-30. Stuff like the bags of amethyst pictured next to the large stone were purchased for under 5.00 with shipping.

Some of this stuff could be colored glass I suppose, but I took that small risk knowing I wouldnt be cashing in on Topaz for retirement. I imagine that with these lower end stones, your just paying for the polish and facets as the natural forms are quite abundant correct?

Feel free to disclose some sources :-) as Id be interested.
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I wouldn't consider myself skilled at all on gemstones but I have never paid more than roughly 40 on a loose stone, a few 20-30. Stuff like the bags of amethyst pictured next to the large stone were purchased for under 5.00 with shipping.

Some of this stuff could be colored glass I suppose, but I took that small risk knowing I wouldnt be cashing in on Topaz for retirement. I imagine that with these lower end stones, your just paying for the polish and facets as the natural forms are quite abundant correct?

Feel free to disclose some sources :-) as Id be interested.
I get rubies, diamonds, and a lot of other stones and I take pliers and rip them out of jewelry before I scrap it and every once in a while I sell them.
if it is a nicer diamond I will pay for the stone as well as the jewelry
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Here are some of my other gemstone pickups...not diamonds or rubies...or emeralds. But the wife likes them. Its hard to see facets/cuts of the stone. Most are round, oval, concave or octagon.

First, Topaz...my sons birthstone. Generally its clear or blue but with treatment it comes in a variety of colors, her favorite being a vibrant pink. The mystic topaz is super treated but looks awesome with its rainbow of colors:





Next is an example of an error in purchase. I bought a certified/appraised aquamarine stone with an oval facet. The first I received was almost clear as you can see on left. It didnt match description and seller sent the other as a replacement after I complained.




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if it is a nicer diamond I will pay for the stone as well as the jewelry
Do you ever rip out semi-precious stones like those Ive mentioned?
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You guys ready to see some Gemstones or what ?

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You guys ready to see some Gemstones or what ?

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I am! Got any to share? On a serious note...the hobby intrigues quite a bit, Im sure others have dabbled some in this.
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Thanks! There is a state park in Arkansas I believe that you can dig on the public land. If Im not mistaken a canary diamond was found recently by a teenage girl. Ill try to dig up the article.

After reading, I thought it would be a fun weekend getaway when my son gets a little older

Edit: Diamond Mines - Crater of Diamonds State Park - 6ct diamond found last month also! Maybe I should plan to go now.
I been putting this on my new years resolution to do list for past 4 yrs and never get to it .. Im trying this yr ..just have to go at decent climate time ..dont want to be in a hole while its raining and want to do like 2 -3 days of digging the same spot
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I been putting this on my new years resolution to do list for past 4 yrs and never get to it .. Im trying this yr ..just have to go at decent climate time ..dont want to be in a hole while its raining and want to do like 2 -3 days of digging the same spot
Maybe get lucky in rainy weather...I can think of two reasons - wet rock/earth seems easier to sift through. And two, less people out there in parkas trying to find a diamond.

I also want to go, hopefully in a few years. My 5 year old son loves rocks, and I saved/bought them when I was younger on family trips to the mountains. It would be fun to dig, even if we came back with little to nothing.
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Maybe get lucky in rainy weather...I can think of two reasons - wet rock/earth seems easier to sift through. And two, less people out there in parkas trying to find a diamond.

I also want to go, hopefully in a few years. My 5 year old son loves rocks, and I saved/bought them when I was younger on family trips to the mountains. It would be fun to dig, even if we came back with little to nothing.
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i wouldn't mind stepping into collecting some. especially since i can collect with the wife. any good sites to start buying from that you guys know of?
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i wouldnt mind stepping into collecting some. especially since i can collect with the wife. any good sites to start buying from that you guys know of?
Ive learned that Im overpaying some since starting topic. And I share a concern that some may be fake but luckily a lot of $$$ arent sunk into this yet.

Every stone I imaged came from eBay...probably the worst place you can buy gems, but the sellers I chose were longtime powersellers which gave me a sense of security. My main source was Magpie Jewelers then and customer service was great (holding items for weeks to help you save on shipping...etc).

Another user mentioned to me that you can get stones for much cheaper by going to scap metal stores, or gold stores, which pull the stones out before melting. Im sure special arrangements have to be made with those guys.
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Be careful on Ebay. Tons of fakes and quality can be very poor or not in collectible condition. I was lucky to have 3 direct places in Thailand to sell me Gemstones, the one would send them FedEx overnight and because of the time difference, they would be here some times at 5-6 A.M.. But the quality and price was there and I bought from nobody else. There is a website JTV, but the markup is high. They have a TV channel as well, some good deals but again mostly overpriced. Also be aware of treatments, you buy a ruby thinking its all natural and find out its basically worthless as a gemstone but looks good in jewelry. They are LGF or liquid glass filled, meaning it started out as a low grade ruby, very opaque and crazing. They fill it with a gel of glass that adds clarity and a better color but its essentially worthless to collect. The popular mystic topaz stones you see a lot, those start out as a white stone, its then CVP or essentially wrapped around the outside of the stone. But the stone itself inside is still a clear white stone.

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I would be down to make a trip to look for some diamonds
Sounds like a good plan of attack .. I check their website on occassion to see if there is any mojo .. They list all finds . I believe they found good size one recently .. Makes me want to go even more . Only thing is Little Rock is closest airport.

I seriously try to plan it out every yr and than i go to Mexico instead ...stupid genes !
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Guys apologies it took longer I expected to take some photos. Been super busy this last week. See if you can identify what these are, some real gemmy gems here, no junk. This is only a small part of what I have.

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Ruby, Emerald, Amatrine(Purple/gold)? Im going to guess sapphire and Im not sure on the yellow/gold gems or . I may be 100% inaccurate but it was worth a shot

Thanks for sharing and tell me how I did guessing...I based it off color and size.
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Ruby, Emerald, Amatrine(Purple/gold)? Im going to guess sapphire and Im not sure on the yellow/gold gems or . I may be 100% inaccurate but it was worth a shot

Thanks for sharing and tell me how I did guessing...I based it off color and size.
No Ruby or Emerald. There is actually 2 kinds of Ametrine stones there. The large 40+ carat is a pear shape checkerboard cut blended Ametrine. The other is a 15+ carat split Ametrine. Which stone or stones are sapphires? Figured I make it fun.

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Red and orange/gold sapphires....the bottom right has to be? Id say the blue also but thatd be too easy. But Im not sure on light green or other greens.

And dang thats a pretty piece of Ametrine. The pear and the 15ct especially. Im sure the 40ct is one to see to see in person, thats huge. Also I really like that gem. Mine imaged is much smaller.

Tourmaline and a few others come in green hues, heck...diamonds do slso. So lets take a stab a a super rare red diamond or canary diamonds. One picture looks like smokey quartz but I doubt you added that to be imaged. Is picture #2 Aquamarine with the Ametrine?
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