Women love to adorn themselves with semi-precious jewellery. It has become a status symbol nowadays.
When all gold jewellery and simple brass rings were the two extreme ends in the jewellery category, semi-precious gemstones came in to fill the gap beautifully. Gems that are not diamond, ruby, emerald or sapphire is a semi-precious gemstone. But that doesn’t mean the semi-precious stone is less valuable than precious gemstones. Semi-precious gemstones are just usually more abundant (but there are a few exceptions) and can be found easily.
The value of the semi-precious gemstone largely depends on color, availably and quality. Since these gemstones typically have more sources; they are a good choice for larger, clean-eye stones and come in a variety of colors.
Some semi-precious gemstones are not stones at all but are made of organic material like amber, coral and pearl. Some of the most common semi-precious gemstones are garnet, peridot, amethyst, citrine, blue topaz and turquoise. Semiprecious stones and beads are used to create astonishing jewelry pieces. There is such a huge variety of artificial gemstones jewellery available online at The Treasure Box that has pieces to match your entire wardrobe. Not everyone wants to wear expensive jewelry regularly, and few of us would have the budget to buy a new accessory for every outfit. Rather it is possible to create splendid pieces using relatively inexpensive yet beautiful beads.
Some of the most common beads used to create jewelry pieces are garnet, turquoise amber and Jade. Among the most popular and least expensive semi-precious stones are the amethyst, turquoise, aquamarine, topaz, peridot, opal, tourmaline, alexandrite and garnet. These stones while comparatively common and inexpensive are essential to jewellery makers. The most valuable ones are the amethyst, turquoise, lapis-lazuli, aquamarine, topaz, peridot, moonstone, tourmaline, opal, zircon, chrysoberyl and alexandrite.
We at Treasure Box Jewellery collection have pieces that are made using the same stone or with the mix and match of different styles. They are used in conjunction with metals such as sterling silver or gold plated. For example, the black onyx is often mixed with shining silver to create jewelry pieces suitable for evening party wear. These were often used in antique jewelry pieces as discovered on many archaeological digs. So what are you waiting for?
Check out the gemstone motif jewellery products from The Treasure Box!