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Gemtown Thailand. 

Is the center of many kinds of gemstone jewelry gemstone market in Chanthaburi It is the largest jewelry manufacturer in Thailand, such as topaz, ruby, sapphire, emerald, zircon, Song Jia, New Mexico Forum, แaemtists, citrine and many more. The shop is a manufacturer of jewelry is a gem of raw materials and advanced Ceai. Therefore, we are confident and guarantee the quality of the product and the price of every piece of jewelry. 


Why choose Gemtown Thailand?



1. Price. 

We are wholesaler and manufacturer of jewelry. From Chanthaburi. It is the largest jewelry manufacturer in Thailand. This gives us an advantage in terms of cost of goods.Allows us to distribute their products at prices cheaper or on par with the price in the market. 

2. Quality gems. 

Every piece of jewelry manufacturing process experts who have experience and expertise is considerable. And through carefully selected and checked for quality as well. You can be sure that every customer will receive beautiful gems in good price. 

3. Certificate (CERTIFIED) Institute of gems. 

All products can be certified (CERTIFIED) from various institutions across the country.We have certificates from the SLP lab (famous local lab) , G.I.T , G.I.A , A.I.G.S.  to every customer. 

4. The experience and expertise. 

We have experience in the jewelry business for over 30 years by experts in various fields. In all stages of production, such as jewelry. Selection of materials burned and cut. 

5. Warranty. 

We sell genuine products 100% if you detected as a fake stone. Get  full refund. 



Synthetic emerald

 Emerald is a rare and valuable gemstone and, as such, it has provided the 
incentive for developing synthetic emeralds. Both hydrothermal and flux-growth synthetics have been produced, and a method...



Gemstone and Jewelry Care

Gemstone and Jewelry Care
 
Proper Care for Your Jewelry
 
Jewelry is beautiful but easily harmed. Do your best to protect any jewelry from harsh chemicals, extreme temperatures, scratches, sharp blows and sunlight.
 
                    Always take of jewelry before swimming. Chlorine can cause damage to various gemstones and gold. Gemstones may become loose in their settings (and possibly fall out).
Take off your jewelry before doing high impact sports as you may scratch the metal or chip the gemstones.
 



A Hard Gem is Good to Find

          The Mohs scale is the default hardness meaure for gemstones. It runs from 10 as maximum hardness down to 1. It is somewhat arbitrary and not linear. The range from 9 to 10 is @ much greater than 8 to 9.
 
          Harder minerals tend to be more durable and will not scratch easily. They endure well in jewelry.
 
          Talc, with a Mohs hardness of 1, is the softest mineral and can be scratched with a fingernail.
 
          Quartz is the most common gem mineral (citrine and amethyst) and ranges at 7 and above.
 
          Toughness - the ability of a gemstone to withstand pressure or impact. Minerals that crumble into small bits or to a powder are considered brittle.
 
          Some minerals are tough because the manner in which the crystal structure has formed. Jadeite and nephrite are the toughest gem...



Did you know that garnet is one of the oldest gemstones in human history, dating back to the Bronze age

 Did you know that garnet is one of the oldest gemstones in human history, dating back to the Bronze age
Or that garnet is considered a gift of eternal love? Browse through our informative and entertaining library of information about garnet and garnet jewelry. Read about garnet myths and legends, the history of garnet, the physical properties of garnet, as well as how to care for your garnet jewelry....



Champagne color diamonds.

 Champagne color diamonds.
Champagne color diamonds are a variety of hues. These colors range from light brown to cognac. The color is caused by the stigma of contamination or abnormalities in the structure of the diamond crystal. Affect the absorption of the diamond. We see a different colored diamonds. The largest champagne diamond producer is in the Kimberley mine in Western Australia.
Argle Diamond Champagne color diamonds have identified all seven sequences are represented by the symbols C1 - C7.
The color of the Champagne color diamonds are the main factors that determine the price. The principle of diamonds and colored gemstones as well as include.Hue is the color of a diamond is real.Tone is dark - light or dark - bright colors. Which range from very light - very dark.Saturation is the color saturation. Or the bold colors.For diamond color. The more color saturation, and how much. It's even hard to find and more expensive, only However, preferences and tastes in color and have each person differently. A champagne color diamond jewelry to a simple solution is to choose colors that match the color of the diamond surface of the wearer. It h...



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