Rough Stones

We are committed to providing a shining solution for every budget. We trade into all the categories of the rough and the polished and cut synthetic stones. Synthetic gemstones are lab created gemstones that harbour the same optical and physical qualities as their natural counterparts.

Cubic Zirconia

Cubic zirconia, also known as CZ, was created as a more affordable alternative to genuine diamonds. We offer all cuts, variety of shapes and many colored versions of this diamond alternative.

Specifications

Chemical Composition : ZrO2+Y2O3 | Cubic structure | Hardness : 8.5 °Moh | Density : 5.9 g/cm3 | Refractive index : 2.17

Synthetic Corundum

Synthetic corundum, which includes ruby, sapphires and many other gemstones, can be made by the greatest number of processes. Corundum is the second hardest material known after diamond. The synthetic corundum has the similar chemical properties as real gemstones, therefore, it has therefractive index and specific gravity. We use high grade material to make Synthetic Corundum and Spinels. This material is primarily valued for its intense colour and clarity, especially the bright red rubies.

Specifications

Chemical Composition : Al2O3 | Trigonal structure | Hardness : 9 °Mohs | Density : 3.9 g/cm3 | Refractive index : 1.7

Nano

Nanosital or Nano Crystal gemstones – are the glass-ceramic materials with nano sized. Nanogems completely imitate their natural gemstones in colour, brightness, hardness and density. These stones can be used for all jewellery techniques including wax casting due to their high thermal shock resistance. It is also resistant to acids, bases and humidity, and its properties will remain stable for a long time. The colour is homogeneous, meaning that if you bought 100 emerald green nano crystal stones, the colour would be exactly the same in every stone. We provide every nano with its quality assurance.

Specifications

Chemical Composition : Al2O3, MgO, TiO2, SiO2 | Glass-ceramic structure | Hardness : 7–7.5 °Mohs | Density : 3–3.5 g/cm3 | Refractive index : 1.62–1.64

Synthetic Spinel

Man-made spinels are extensively used. They are softer than synthetic corundum and can be fashioned more rapidly. Spinels available in a variety of colours are much better imitations for a number of natural stones than those made in synthetic corundum.

Specifications

Chemical Composition : MgAl2O4 | Cubic structure | Hardness : 8 °Mohs | Density : 3.6 g/cm3 | Refractive index : 1.5–1.7

Hydrothermal Emerald

A synthetic emerald is a man-made lab emerald. It has the same chemistry, scratch resistance and colour as a natural emerald. While one of the most common synthetic gems, it is also one of the most difficult to create. The lab created emeralds are made by the hydrothermal process that uses a water solution at high temperatures and it takes many months to create a top grade synthetic emerald rough. We make these lovely emerald stones with the similar chemical composition as the real ones. We retain the valued colour that they are known for at a fraction of the cost.

Specifications

Hardness (Mohn’s scale): 7.5 – 8.0 | Refractive index : 1.573 – 1.600

Synthetic Opal

Opals reflect a dramatic play-of-colours that overshadows the excellence of many precious stones. Synthetic opals are lab-created or man-made opals that have identical compound composition, structure, atomic properties and appearance as organic opals. Their patterns are unified yet unique, making every opal stone special. These cultured man-made opals are not less desirable than the natural or organic ones in any terms except price. We profoundly craft the unique columnar structure for synthetic opals that looks like vertical fire exhibiting a spectacular play-of-colour appearance that often exceeds the beauty of many natural opals. It would be difficult for you to segregate the synthetics from the real ones.

Specifications

Specific Gravity: 1.98 – 2.25 | Hardness : 4 | Refractive index : 1.80-1.90