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A piece of jewellery always begins with a dream, an idea or a concept. And of course, it needs two specific things: premium skilled artisanship and gemstones of the highest quality. Jewellery of the highest caliber is a harmonious mixture of both elements to create a unique feeling and memory.

And it is this memory we strive to create by supplying gemstones fit for kings and queens. Being the World’s First Gemstone Boutique allows us to provide a service like no other and an experience which has no parallels. Whether it may be a centre-stone for an engagement ring, or small calibrated gemstones for wedding bands and designer, we have it all.

We understand choosing the right stone for the right occasion can be difficult. This is why the team at THE GEM MONARCHY is able to assist with every step of the selection process, from the mines to you. So trust the process, and put your faith in us to find the best gemstone for you!

Yours Truly,
The Gem Monarchy Team


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The Royal Herald

The Royal Herald is The Gem Monarchy’s Official Newspaper, with all of the latest news and editorials.

We believe in a holistic experience when delivering our service, therefore for every stock update, we have an associated article. Check out some of our most popular articles to date, on Sapphires from Ceylon and Tourmalines from Africa. Other awesome articles are available in The Royal Herald.

Ceylon Sapphires: The Pearl of the Indian Ocean

A beautiful and unique 5 carat purple Ceylon sapphire, a collector’s stone for sure! The Name: Ceylon Ceylon was initially known as Ceilão, a name given to Sri Lanka by Portuguese colonisers in 1505. The British then re-colonised the land in 1798, transliterating Ceilão into English as Ceylon. Sapphires found in Ceylon were originally famous because of the vibrant medium blue hues, however, there is more to the opinion of the populace and the demand of the people. Where in the world is Ceylon(Sri Lanka)? Colours of Sapphire and Why? Contrary to popular belief Ceylon Sapphires occur in many different…

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Spinels: A Cheaper Alternative

An Introduction Spinel has a lower hardness than both sapphire and ruby on the Mohs’ scale of hardness. Its uniqueness derives from its presentation in many colours, sharply pointed crystal shape, and natural sparkle. These characteristics make it similar to diamonds, due to both being in the cubic crystal system. They also are a major factor in the naming of the stone as according to some etymologists and Gemologists. A Short History The history of these stones go as far back as to the ancient landmines of the South East and Central Asia. Another name for spinels in these regions,…

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