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Join Us On A Trip 'Around The Board' Here At Gemporia

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Between January 13th and 23rd here at Gemporia, we’ll be celebrating some of our best-loved gemstones as we go Around The Board in our brand new jewelry collecting board game!

If you collect all the gemstones in a certain category between these dates, you win a prize. It could be a piece of jewelry, a loose stone or a discount to use here in the future. Watch the show for full details and make sure you have your game card to hand! If you don't have a game card, click the button below to download one that you can print at home.

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Around The Board

Which Gemstones Will Feature During The Event?

We have a beautiful array of very high-quality stones to show you over our exciting eleven-day event. Here are the categories and variations that you'll be able to collect as we travel Around The Board.

Garnet

Beautiful Garnet is found a wide array of colors from deep reds to vibrant oranges and even scintillating green stones.

Varieties To Collect:

  • Mandarin Garnet
  • Color Change Garnet
  • Tsavorite Garnet

We're delighted to be bringing these rare varieties to your screens for a rare chance to add them to your collection.

Spinel

The delightful colors of Spinel range from pinks and purples to blues and violets, along with stunning deep red tones.

Varieties To Collect:

  • Mahenge Spinel
  • Burmese Spinel
  • Pink Spinel

Some of the finest colored stones ever to be discovered make up our three collectable Spinel varieties.

Corundum

Corundum is the gemstone family name for Ruby (the red variety), Sapphire (the blue variety) and Fancy Sapphire (all other colors).

Varieties To Collect:

  • Ruby
  • Sapphire
  • Fancy Sapphire

We'll be presenting a wide variety of colorful Rubies and Sapphires from across the world for you to add to your collection.

Quartz

From well-known varieties like Amethyst and Citrine to rarer treasures like Prasiolite, the Quartz family is full of color.

Varieties To Collect:

  • Prasiolite
  • Citrine
  • Amethyst

Prasiolite is a scarce, light green variety of Quartz which complements Citrine and Amethyst perfectly.

Diamond

This most famous of gemstones is treasured for its luster, brilliance and fire, which combine to create effortless sparkle.

Varieties To Collect:

  • White Diamond
  • Colored Diamond

There are two beautiful varieties to collect in our Diamond category.

Tanzanite

Tanzanite is only found in a very small area of Tanzania, and nowhere else. Its deep indigo tones are peerless.

Varieties To Collect:

  • Tanzanite
  • Bi-Color Tanzanite

Supplies of Tanzanite are always in a state of flux, so this is a great opportunity to own two different varieties.

Mines

The mines for Serenite, Csarite®? and Sleeping Beauty Turquoise have one thing in common - they are no longer open.

Varieties To Collect:

  • Csarite®?
  • Serenite
  • Sleeping Beauty Turquoise

There are some really rare pieces to collect in our mines category that we rarely get to bring you.

Tune in to Gemporia between January 13th and 23rd for our special Around The Board shows - click to button below to watch now!

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