Our Stones


While black clothes are the most slimming, black jewelry is the most sleek. Wearing the Black jet-colored cubic zirconia that looks like black diamonds define urban glamour. Black Cubic Zirconia’s mysterious, dark hue not only looks great in jewelry designs, but because it is a neutral color, it will go well with anything other colors in your wardrobe. This black gemstone is one of the top selling stones making it as a substitute for  Black Onyx and Black Agate. This black cubic zirconia should be handled properly as it have tendency to change its colour if mishandled.


  • HARDNESS: 8.5 Moh’s Scale,
  • SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 5.65-5.95,



  • Black CZ gemstone boosts self-realization.
  • Black gemstone encourages sense of responsibility and self confidence. It boosts a good ego and desire to get engaged in a dispute in case it is important.
  • Black Cubic Zirconia recovers the capability to assert ourselves. Through inspiring analytical logics and thoughts, it recovers focus and will help us in arguing in determined manner. It also offers a simple and real outlook to our life that increases regulation on our own actions.

This black gemstone is therefore a must buy for customers it will definitely give a rich look and making every stunned by its glamouring beauty

The Black Cubic Zirconia is pitch black in color and is completely opaque.


“Due to its low cost and close visual likeness to diamond, cubic zirconia has remained the most gemologically and economically important diamond simulant since 1976.”- Statistics Cubic zirconia (CZ) is the cubic crystalline form of zirconium dioxide (ZrO2). The synthesized material is hard, optically flawless and usually colourless, but may be made in a variety of different colours. Loose cubic zirconia stones are generally colorless, but many shades of colors can be added using trace elements during the manufacturing process. Clarity, or clearness, of loose cubic zirconia is a quality factor. The manufacturing process can sometimes cloud a stone, making visible imperfections. Just as with genuine diamonds, the clearer the stone is, the greater the value.



  • HARDNESS (Mohs’s Scale): 8.50
  • DENSITY: 5.65 – 5.95
  • REFRACTIVE INDEX: 2.088 – 2.176
  • DISPERSION: 0.058 – 0.066
  • HEAT RESISTANCE: 650°C – 700°C
  • FRACTURE: Conchoidal
  • SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 5.65-5.95,


CZ White AAA stones are the most popular among jewellery stores because they still offer great quality at affordable prices. 

Cubic Zirconia White Quality has different grades A, AA and AAA. The one we are selling in this section is AAA grade. There are 58 facets in all the stones but the differences are based on polishing and the quality of cut.



We know agate has been used by man for at least 3000 years as it got its name from the Ancient Greek philosopher Theophrastus.

Theophrastus named the gemstone after the Achates River in Sicily where he came across them. The island was a Greek colony before it was conquered by the Romans and was the source of agate gemstones for many centuries. Agate was used to make rings, seals and ornaments and is a variety of chalcedony which in turn is a type of quartz.

Chalcedony has many varieties including onyx, jasper and bloodstone but agate is generally the banded or striped version although with these often similar quartzes they can be easily confused. Agates are made up of successive layers of material, sometimes curved, sometime flat, of various thickness, color and transparency.

The variety of colors and patterns has led to a number of different names for agate including lace agate, moss agate and fire agate. As a rule, agate has a striped appearance with green, yellow, red and brown being the most common color schemes but some dyed versions are evenly colored throughout.

Agates come in a wide variety of natural colors, brown, red, lilac, pink, yellow as well as black, gray and white but as it is quite a porous gemstone it does take dye quite well so come brightly colored or even colored gems may well have been treated in this way.

With colored gemstones it is usually the color that really determines the price but with agates things are a little different. As a rule natural blues and greens are rarer than other colors in agates so they tend to fetch the higher prices.

Moss Agate is mostly creamy colored with greenish inclusions that look like moss, plants or grass while Dentritic Agate, sometimes called Tree Agate, is similar but the inclusions are more brown and branch-like.

The blue agates can be the most expensive with the very rare Ellensburg Agates reaching top prices and Blue Lace and Cellmark Agates also being well valued. Other agates tend to come in a variety of colors in different patterns and it is the combination of bright colors in interesting patterns that raises the price of these gemstones.