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The gleaming and splendid Chinese gems have become more popular among middle-class families, who are spending so much on luxuries like these. In fact, China is currently dubbed as the “largest consumer of platinum jewelries across the globe, second to India. Characteristically, these remarkable gemstones are closely associated with the mystifying Feng Shui principles and tenets. Based on Chinese geomancy, colored gemstones have dynamic and powerful attributes to attract, repel or conduct energy to improve your life.
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Some Chinese gems are naturally organic such as Amber. Each time you wear them, these stones are mysteriously calming the circulatory system when it is under stress. It proudly represents the courage of a tiger. Meanwhile, a Cinnabar is well-known during Ming Dynasty. Cinnabar gems are mainly used for decorative purposes. Furthermore, its highly refracted index value gives importance to its metallic lustre.
Interestingly, Coronidium Chinese gems are word of mouth in China because of their flawless axes, which paved the way for diamonds to be regarded as abrasives. Apart from these, Peridot is in the same way mass produced in China during the 90’s. These are classified as untreated gems and give out a beyond compare level of transparency. Chinese people have strongly believed that a Peridot gem enthuses prosperity and good luck.