All Over The World
If you are looking for finely crafted gemstone jewelry in Singapore, Quvox Jewelry has a lot to offer. We provide some of the most intricately designed pieces in the market with refined luxury that makes your gemstone jewelry versatile for any occasion.
Gemstone jewelry is an all-around accessory that fits any occasion. Whether you are attending a party, a wedding, or a corporate event, gemstone jewelry can be made to appear grand or conservative. They are the most multifaceted jewelry you can own to give you a timeless piece of your personal experience.
Sourced From Around The World
Unlike many jewelers who use synthetic materials to create a façade of authenticity, Quvox Jewelry uses the most precious and legitimately sourced gemstones from various countries including sapphires from Sri Lanka, emeralds from Columbia, and rubies from Mozambique. Every stone is hand-picked by our jewelers to ensure we provide you with the most radiant and dazzling gems for your jewelry
Each gem is cleaned and polished during and after the jewelry production to give it that extra luster before customer handling. They are exquisitely hand crafted to give you the most beautiful and timeless pieces of accessory you can pass to generations.
In natural gemstones, clarity refers to the amount of internal flaws (inclusions) or external flaws of each stone. Most gemstones have some amount of inclusions, and finding a flawless gemstone is rarer than finding a flawless diamond.
When natural gemstones are formed, the process within the earth that creates them is what determines the number of flaws a cut stone will have. Some gemstones, like the emerald, are formed under violent circumstances, and, therefore, are almost always included.
Darker gemstones-like the blue topaz, purple amethyst, and red garnet-can carry more inclusions without lessening the value because of the depth of their color masks most flaws. Lighter gemstones will show internal inclusions much more clearly.
Diamond Jewelry is the most obvious example, although it is less common to find an internally flawless emerald than an internally flawless diamond. Sapphires rarely exhibit the high clarity of fine diamonds. Sapphires host many different inclusions, and even the best sapphires are not expected to be free of inclusions when viewed at 10x magnification. In fact, sapphire inclusions vary with their source or origin and treatment history.
Where clarity is concerned, colored gemstone are divided into several classifications reflecting differences in the geological conditions under which they are formed and how those conditions affect the physical appearance of the gemstone, with and without magnification.
Colored gemstones are basically divided into three categories by GIA for purposes grading clarity; Type I, Type II and Type III.
Gemstone form under geological conditions in which inclusions are not very noticeable and such gemstone is often "eye-clean."
Gemstone form under geological conditions that are more severe, resulting in the presence of inclusions that are typically more noticeable. Sapphires fall into Type II gemstone.
Gemstone form under the most violent geological conditions, resulting in gemstone that typically shows inclusions, often to the unaided eye, and is rarely "eye-clean."
Colored gemstones come in all sorts of shapes and cuts that are designed to enhance their natural beauty; the best cuts enhance and reflect light in an even manner without any darkness or windowing in the stone. There are no fixed rules for cutting colored gemstones, and often the cutter makes a choice based on the inclusions in the gemstone in order to work best around any such flaws so as to minimize their impact.
The facets on the top or crown of the gem have the function of capturing light, while the facets on the bottom or pavilion reflect light internally. This capturing and reflecting light produces several different visual effects.
Gemstones are polished to give a reflective finish, in order to allow light to refract through the stone and reflect off the surface. A variety of materials can be used to polish a gemstone, including very fine diamond grades, metal oxides, like aluminum oxide or ferric oxide, or felt, leather or wood. A gemstone’s polish is largely connected to its sparkle.
CREATE YOUR OWN DESIGN
For Your Custom Gemstone Jewelry
What makes Quvox Jewelry special is that we can help you achieve the design and style you want for your jewelry. Our jewelers will help you from the conceptualization of your custom jewelry down to its production. We ensure you get the quality you need and the design you want at the fraction of the cost.
Gemstones are also deeply symbolic and each color and makeup creates the most elaborate enthusiasm in the market. Their colors, cuts, style, and setting create an ambiance of versatility that range from timeless to traditional and luxury. They never go out of style and can be customized to create a beautiful story of yourself or your loved ones.
LAB-CREATED OR NATURAL GEMSTONES
What Makes The Difference?
Many jewelers use lab-created gemstones and pass them as natural ones. While the difference may not be discernible, there are tell-tale signs you can use to help consider their quality. Synthetic or lab-created gemstones normally have richer and are more vivid in color because they are chemically treated to possess vivacity than natural gemstones.
Natural gemstones have varying degrees of clarity and color because they do not possess the same ground condition and mineral density. High quality natural gemstones have a rich and beautiful color with a rarity that varies.
Quvox Jewelry creates world class trinkets made from natural gemstones. They are timeless pieces that you surely would want to have and hold.