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History and etymology of amber
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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. 

Aquamarine derives

 Aquamarine derives it name from the Latin term for seawater - and one look at this elegant gem's blue hues easily explains why.
According to legend, aquamarine was the treasure of mermaids and had the power to keep sailors safe at sea. It was also thought to possess a number of other mystical properties, including the ability to help couples smooth out their differences; protect against the wiles of the devil; cure headaches, insomnia and other ailments; quicken the intellect; and attract new friends. It is the symbol for youth, hope, health and fidelity.


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