I recently ordered R40 000 worth of DJ equipment from 'WantItAll.co.za' which is quite a lot of money! I was a bit stressed as i had saved this money for quite a while and didn’t want to risk not getting the equipment. I ordered the stuff and 10 working days later it was there as promised! I was especially surprised at the pricing, considering I wasn't ordering the stuff based on pricing but more on availability. Being specialized products and imports you can imagine how much more they usually cost - but surprisingly not. I was contacted by a Marco Olivier to confirm my order placement and also the day of delivery and also by Justin Drennan (I think he was the Manager) to confirm...to me it was one of the better transactions and considering Amazon don’t deliver here and SA is a logistical nightmare, these guys did me 110% justice! Good on you - I hope you read this, keep up the good work!
Many gemstones are used in even the most expensive jewelry, depending on the brand name of the designer, fashion trends, market supply, treatments etc. Nevertheless, diamonds, rubies, sapphires and emeralds still have a reputation that exceeds those of other gemstones. colour is the most obvious and attractive feature of gemstones. Wantitall.co.za has all types of colours, size and kinds of Gems to choose from like the Oval Fire Opal Loose Gemstone: The brilliant orangey-red of this fire opal gemstone adds drama to any jewelry setting.
The 10x8mm faceted oval gemstone has a weight of 1.23 carats and originates from Mexico. Gaze into this fiery stone, and you'll know why gemstone healers claim that it bestows positive energy, courage, and stamina upon its wearer. Its brilliant color is absolutely invigorating. Fire opal's hardness rates between 6 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale. A somewhat sensitive gemstone, it is best suited for pendants and earrings, though it may be used in a ring if given a protective setting.
Clean this opal gemstone using room temperature water, mild soap, and a soft cloth or brush, and rinse it well to remove residue. Gemstones are classified into different groups, species, and varieties. For example, ruby is the red variety of the species corundum, while any other color of corundum is considered sapphire. Emerald (green), aquamarine (blue), bixbite (red), goshenite (colorless), heliodor (yellow), and morganite (pink) are all varieties of the mineral species beryl. aDate Added: 27 July 2010 12:41:36