Our Gemstones Guide

Did you know only four gemstones are classified as “precious”? Diamonds, rubies, sapphires, and emeralds are the only precious gemstones. The rest are classified as semi-precious. At Michael C Fina, we love gemstone jewelry and working with precious gems. While these gemstones can be found in a mineral shell, it’s still important to take great care of them to keep them in great shape. Check out our Gemstone guide where you will find more information on the history of each gemstone and how to care for your gemstone jewelry.

Diamonds are not just a girl’s best friend.
Read our Diamond Facts page to learn more.

Diamond Facts & Information

Sapphires are known for their rich blue hue.
Learn more about Sapphires

Learn about Sapphires

Ruby is one of the most prized precious gemstones.
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Learn about Ruby gemstones

Emeralds are one of the most instantly recognizable gemstones.
Learn more about Emaralds

Learn about Emeralds

The Amythest is the most high-value gamestone in the quartz group.
Learn more about the Amythest

Facts about amythests

Aquamarine is the birthstone of March.
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Learn about aquamarine gemstones

Citrine comes from the French word "citron" meaning lemon.
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Learn about citrine gemstones

Garnets are colorful and lively gemstones.
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Learn about garnet

The Opal was referred to as the "queen of gems" by Shakespeare.
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facts about opal gemstones

Quartz is one of the most abundant minerals on Earth.
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facts about quartz gemstones

The most prized hue of Topaz is referred to as the Imperial Topaz.
Learn more about Topaz and Tourmaline

facts about topaz gemstones

Turquoise has been a treasured gem for thousand of years.
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facts about topaz gemstones

Regardless of which gemstone you prefer, it's important to properly care for your gemstone jewelry.
Learn more about how to care and clean your gemstones

facts about topaz gemstones