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An ethical gemstone merchant with a wide choice of beautiful designs. Glamourous products to suit the beautiful people of the world who enjoy displaying their "shinies." Coloured Rocks/Gemporia has a massive selection of precious and semi-precious jewels and …glittery things that are guaranteed to impress any host. Gemporia is a jewellery auction site and marketplace that boasts celebrity endorsements with magazine links to prove it. As their name implies, their range of designer collections feature gems from diamonds to tanzanites all set into a lush array of exclusive pieces. The jewellery at Coloured Rocks/Gemporia's auction site is hosted by Gems.tv and is sourced from developing nations (in much the same way Body Shop started) and designed by the creative family of entrepreneurs. Gems.tv has a live, timed countdown retail outlet for individuals who enjoy spending time watching the box. The TV auctions are operated by a variety of satellite channels and the auctioneers have vast sales experience and can persuade clientele to purchase the jewellery of their dreams, irrespective of price tag. The company state that their products are responsibly sourced, with a portion of donations going back to the native providers.
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Coloured Rocks Customer Reviews
I've watched Gems TV plenty of times and when I was after a birthday gift for my 16 year old niece I went on the website. They had a lot of search options so I could narrow it down to a ruby under £50 in sterling silver, and even then there were loads of pieces to choose from. I wound up buying her a lovely ruby ring and she raved about it once the package arrived!
I'm trying to sort my Christmas shopping before November is out, and my daughter in law always loves jewellery. But, I've found that her taste is very high end, and she's very choosy...I didn't want to embarrass myself. The gift finder on coloured rocks was great and all you have to do is enter the person's gender and age, then it asks you some questions (do they like earrings, bracelet, rings; do they prefer white gold/silver/etc). I know Katy likes rose gold, so I filled everything out and it had 7 different pairs of earrings based on the answers I gave. I liked nearly all of them, so after some debate I asked my son to take a look and he helped me choose the best pair. They were only £106, which is less than I expected to spend, and I think she'll really like them.