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Very Special Spinels at AfricaGems
The quality of the Vietnamese and Tanzanian origin Spinel gemstones are very high. These spinels are known for their bright colors and brilliance. A gorgeous array of high-quality Pink, Red, Blue, and Purple Spinel Gems has just arrived here at AfricaGems. These breath-taking beauties display excellent life and clarity, as well as magnificent cuts. Sourced from Ceylon, Tanzania, Sri Lanka, and Burma; these exotic beauties are waiting to be made into the perfect piece of jewelry for your collection. Enjoy their bright colors, high quality, and affordable price tags! Check out our new collection today.

NEW Spinel Just Arrived - Amazing Selection of Top Quality Spinel in All Colors
We just received a new shipment of Pink, Purple, and Red Spinel gemstones. We offer an incredible selection of loose Spinel at discount prices. Check out the beautiful new additions to our collection.

Spinel Gemstones - Learn About Spinel Gemstones
Spinel loose gemstones are not a birthstone and are kind of the black sheep of the gemstone world. Most people commonly associate the word Spinel with synthetic gemstones. Although Spinel gemstones. are among the most beautiful of all gemstones, they are not found in sufficient quantities to be marketable to the mass gemstone and jewelry markets. A super-fine red Spinel gemstone is rarer than a fine ruby! Spinel is only slightly softer than ruby or sapphire, and like it, has no cleavage. It is also one of the most brilliant of all gemstones and amongst the most durable of all gemstones. It is found in a huge range of colors, although not as many as sapphire. The main colors are red, reddish-orange, pink, pinkish-red, purple and even deep cobalt blue. Because of the spectacular colors and physical properties of Spinel gemstones, it is a favorite of custom jewelery designers.

Spinel Gemstone History and Lore
The earliest recorded use of a Spinel gemstone was in 100 BC, as an ornament on a Buddhist tomb in Afghanistan. The Romans also used it as jewelry. The first known systematic mining of Spinel was in Afghanistan about 750 AD. Many of the historic spinels were likely mined there. Many of the famous gemstones thought to be rubies in royal collections are actually spinels! The largest red Spinel of gem-quality is a 412 ct stone that is part of the Russian crown jewels. The world's largest collection of fine spinels is part of the former Crown jewels of Iran. It wasn