Is Gem a reputable company?

Is Gem a reputable company?

GEM Shopping Network is an honest business that offers high quality jewelry at reasonable prices, considering the value of the gemstones. I have watched this Network for years now and have gained a great deal of knowledge about gemstones, especially rare gems.

What happened to Gem Shopping Network?

Gem Shopping Network sold to an affiliate of Sun Capital Partners.

Where is Gem Shopping Network located?

Duluth, Georgia
Gem Shopping Network General Information Operator of television shopping network based in Duluth, Georgia.

Who is AVI on Gem Shopping Network?

Avi Levy – President – Avitan inc.

What is Paraiba tourmaline?

Paraiba tourmaline is a type of tourmaline, a semi-precious gemstone, that was first discovered in Paraiba, Brazil (where it receives its name, as you could probably guess). Only recently discovered, in the 1980s, these stones often have a blue-green hue, with intense coloration derived from their copper content.

What happened Frank Circelli?

Circelli, who couldn’t be reached for comment, sold his company in 2013 to private equity firm Sun Capital Partners and is no longer involved in the company. GSN remains old school.

What is the rarest color of tourmaline?

The rarest and most expensive tourmaline is the paraiba variety — a neon-like blue or green that is colored by traces of copper.

What happened to Michelle on Gem Shopping Network?

In May 2015, Michele joined the Gem Shopping Network (GSN) as an on-air host, but was removed from the host list in March 2016, however she came back to the company in July 2016 and moved on in September 2016.

Why is Alexandrite so rare?

Alexandrite is very rare because of its chemical composition. While it is a form of chrysoberyl, it has an extra trace element in addition to iron and titanium. It is the presence of chromium that gives it the emerald-green hue in daylight.

What color is painite?

brownish red-orange
Painite Information

Data Value
Colors Dark red, garnet-like in hue; brownish red-orange.
Hardness 8
Fracture Conchoidal.
Birefringence 0.029

Is tourmaline more expensive than emerald?

Emerald is, carat-for-carat, much more expensive than tourmaline when both are of the same grade. And the truth is that lower grade tourmaline is most often sold as specimens to collectors, while even opaque emerald is usually cut to increase its value.

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