Hematite is a black-silver gemstone with a sheen perfect for those hoping to achieve out-of-the-box sophistication.
After final cutting and polishing, hematite looks like a black diamond. Its glossy black metallic gleam makes it a popular choice since Victorian times.
Hematite’s dark color conveys strength and its commanding and elegant appearance blesses its wearer with calmness.
Hematite ring is a non-traditional choice for engagement, but its unique color provides an eye-catching statement.
Hematite is a low-cost, striking gem for engagement rings, but it doesn’t offer dependable durability.
The per-carat price of hematite lies somewhere between $0.012 to $5, making it an inexpensive stunner.
As hematite is a fragile gem, it should be kept apart from other jewelry. To maintain its sparkle, it needs to get polished regularly.
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