Gemstones for: Jewellers, Designers, Collectors (building private collections), Wholesalers, Gemstone Dealers and Anyone Who Wants To Buy For Themselves!
We Keep Our Prices Very Low, Literally Mine Direct Prices And Our Selection Is Probably The Best Available. Look At The Quality Of Our Stones And Compare The Quality With The Cut Stones Of Your Nearest Jeweller.
We believe in Only Selling The Best.
We are 4th Generation Gemstone Dealers with a wealth of Experience and Knowledge that is second to none!
We are a London, United Kingdom based, Fine Gemstone and Fine Faceting Rough Dealer that buy directly from miners at Source in East Africa and supply the Gem community and private collectors worldwide.
We believe in cultivating long-term relationships with miners and buyers, and know all the miners we buy from personally. We pay fair prices to miners so they are happy, creating a 'win-win' situation for all. In this way, we cherry pick out the best stones for you!
We would love for you to build your Gem collection from us, and most importantly, enjoy trading with us!
Maasai Miners cobbing their goods themselves in Arusha.
On the table is Ruby, just mined from the Longido Mines in Northern Tanzania.
They cobb and clip out the imperfections, weigh and grade the stones themselves.
Don't be fooled, they are excellent graders and are well aware of current international market prices and demand top prices for their material.
We keep and maintain excellent relationships with all miners and are know for paying top prices.
Yes for those of them who know him, he is the original owner of the Loliondo, Mandarin Spessartite Garnet Mine in Tanzania that took the gem world by storm with all the Mandarin Spessartite material.
He brought harmony between the 2 conflicting tribes in the area, the Maasai and the WaSonjo and made them mine the Spessartite mines together creating harmony. A good percentage of the mine returns go towards both the local tribes communities to help build local infrastructure, well being and healthcare.
We have been working with him for years now.
He also owns the Orange Kynite Deposit, not too far away from the Spessartite deposit. So all the Orange Kynite from Tanzania has passed through his hands.
He sometimes turns up with 3 tonnes of Orange Kyinte to sell!