Kashmire Sapphire Peacock Necklace Won Auction for $15mUSD in Nov, 2018- World Most Expensive

27 Nov, 2018 Set Record for the World’s Most Expensive Kashmir Sapphire Necklace-“Peacock Necklace” Sold for US$15m A stunning piece of jewellery made a day on 27 November 2018 when it won the auction for HK$116.5m (US$14.9m). That is a big deal and it made a history. This extraordinary piece of jewellery is called ” The Peacock Necklace” made of stunning, brilliant Kashmir Sapphire Gemstones and diamonds set in it. The sold ” Peacock Necklace” is set in 24 cushion-shaped sapphires. The weight of those sapphires is from 3.02 to 10.56 carats each. There are also 23 cushion-shaped diamonds which sizes are from 1.03 to 4.05 carats. Total Kashmir Sapphire Weight: 109 carats.Total Sapphires: 21 piecesSizes of Sapphires: 3.02 – 10.50Total […]

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Trapped in Amber-140m year old spider’s web dating back to dinosaurs

Trapped in Amber-140m-year-old spider’s web dating back to dinosaurs is the great new discovery by fossils hunters. Fossil hunters keep finding new  things which give us an idea about life on the Earth. Amber is an organic gemstone which gives us the most authentic and beautiful picture of the history of the Earth. Amber is basically a resin of a tree. Unlike other minerals and gemstones, this is the remaining of tree resin which takes million years to form. Other gemstones and minerals are formed inside the earth in igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks.  Recently scientists got one of the rarest ambers with having spiderweb trapped inside. After doing experiments in the lab, now they are sure of its date which is […]

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‘Breath of Life’ A New Tiny Rare Fossil Found by Scientists

‘Breath of Life’ A New Tiny Rare Fossil Found by Scientists Scientists have found recently ‘Breath of Live’ a new tiny rare fossil. Fossils tell us about the history of the earth formation and life on the Earth. Fossils are found in rocks, minerals and gemstones also. The popular gemstone and mineral is Amber. Leicester, Yale, Oxford and London scientists discovered tiny crustacean in 430 million-years-old rocks in Herefordshire, UK. It was well preserved astonishingly. The fossil is called a new species of ostracod which is from a family of shrimps and crabs. The size is only a few millimeters. The fossil is so complete with the animal gut, gills, eyes, and limbs apart from the shell. The wonderful thing is […]

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A New Research on Crystals Reaction to the electric field

This is very interesting and a new research on crystals reaction to the electric field. It has been done by the International Scientific Team scientists from China, Israel, England and Russia. They developed a new method to measure the crystal response on electric field. The research was done at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) which was published in the Journal of Applied Crystallography. It was also presented in the cover of October issue. Dmitry Chernyshov of the Swiss-Norwegian Beam Lines at ESRF and the Physical Electronics department of SPbPU said ‘”The study is dedicated to crystalline materials (ferroelectric), which are used in a variety of devices from sonars for submarines to elements of ultrasonic diagnostic devices,” He focused that […]

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Blue Diamond Gems Forms In the Depth of Earth’s Mantle

This is a new research that blue diamond gems are formed into the lower mantle of the earth which is deeper reaching almost 660-kilometre (410 miles). Here is the place where boron is scarce. Researches point out that blue diamond inclusions point out the formation happens almost deep -subducted oceanic plates. Blue diamonds is one of the most precious and rare gemstones. More than other diamonds. Comparatively other diamonds, they are formed 4 deeper. Researchers have thought that it may have element boron which is the cause of blue. This new research has been featured on a famous international scientific journal ” Nature”. Dr. Evan Smith, who is the lead author of the Nature article (GIA (Gemological Institute of America) research scientist) and […]

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Emerald – A Green Precious Gemstone

Emerald – A Green Precious Gemstone Emerald is green precious stone which has high value and rare also. Emeralds are considered the gem for royal families whether it Britain or Sheikh of United Arab Emirates. Natural Emeralds green minerals and gemstones must have inclusions which is always interesting. True emeralds have deep rich green colours. Hardly anyone will see flawless this green precious gemstone. If it is 100% flawless, it will be synthetic. It will not be natural. So be careful while purchasing natural emerald gemstones. Emerald is birthstone of May. They are usually gifted on 55th milestone anniversary. Emerald is from beryl variety. Chromium and Vanadium are those trace elements which gives green colour to natural emerald gemstone. Emeralds […]

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World Largest emerald ‘ Teodora” is Fake. Owner Regan Reaney Arrested

The 57,500-carat weighs 11.5 kg (25.35 lb) emerald ( the world largest, the size of a watermelon that would could fetch as much as $1.15 million But It appeared to be FAKE. Regan Reaney Arrested: Owner Of World’s Largest Emerald Held, Gem Unsold At Auction Regan Reaney, owner of the the world’s largest emerald looks over the gem at the Western Star Auction House in Kelowna, British Columbia January 26, 2012. The 57,500 carat emerald, named “Teodora”, which weighs 11.5 kg (25.35 lb) was mined in Brazil and cut in India. REUTERS/Andy Clark Jeff Neckha, of Premier Gems in Calgary, appraised Reaney’s emerald. He told that the value of the emerald lies in its size. Though this is opaque having […]

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Research Paper on the Enantiornithine (Baby Bird caught 99 Milliion years ago in Burmese amber)

A baby bird from Dianosour time was caught in amber dated approximately back to 99 million years ago. The amber is 99 million years old according to scientists writing in the journal Gondwana Research. Here are pictures of bird from different angles. [wpdevart_youtube]3No0FaszTG8[/wpdevart_youtube] Sizes and Measurements:- Size: 86 mm x 30 mm x 57 mm, weighs: 78.16 g, [wpdevart_youtube]wA1RGr5uNCw[/wpdevart_youtube] The bird belongs to the group of birds called Enantiornithes which extincted along with other spices of the time i.e. dinosaurs at the end of Cretaceous Period about 65 million years ago. The discovery is very interesting as it is providing wonderful information about the ancient birds in understanding that how they were different than modern birds. This discovery implements the […]

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The World Most Expensive Gemstones SOLD EVER

Pink Star diamond sells for $71.2 million, take a look at the world’s most expensive gemstones 59.60 Carat pink star diamond has broken the world record. It was sold by Sotheby’s in Hong Kong in $71.2 million. [wpdevart_youtube]uAdh-rEsYKw[/wpdevart_youtube] The Pink Star Diamond took 2 years to cut after the best gem cutters in the world studied it to reveal the best possible gemstone. It was auctioned last year for $83 Million however the buyer of the gemstone was not able to complete the payment.   Blue Belle Sapphire of Asia – 11.52 million Pound Sunrise Ruby – 19.6 million Pound “The Sunrise Ruby” was named after a poem by Rumi, a 13th century Persian poet, who gave the most powerful […]

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A Giant Jade Stone Weighing 175 tonnes uncovered in Myanmar

According to BBC report and other authentic media, a giant jade stone has been unearthed in Myanmar. The stone is 4.3m (14ft) high and 5.8m (19ft) long, and is reportedly worth an estimated $170m (£140m). It was found in a mine in the jade-producing Kachin state, in the north of the country. Local politician U Tint Soe said the piece of jade was as big as two small houses. “I assume that it is a present for the fate for our citizens, the government and our party as it was discovered in the time of our government. It’s a very good sign for us,” he said. Myanmar, also known as Burma, is the source of nearly all of the world’s […]

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