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Welcome to Serendip Gems international for the real natural Ethereal Beautiful Gems which are only found in the Serendip (ancient Persian name for the Island of Sri Lanka).

Each Gem unique and one of a kind , Defined by its occurrence and development in the natural earth and defined by the Sri Lankan artisans who truly make each gem a positive and beneficial occurrence in our world, A Serendipity.

Each and every gem is sourced ethically from Sri Lankan gem mines directly to you. They are so beautiful while affordable and are unique to Sri Lanka. our Gems are a testament of what beauty nature has bestowed upon us.

Our collection is personally selected and carefully curated. Few gems of each type of gemstone is displayed on our site.

Each gem an everchanging story as mother nature, a ray of sunshine, a piece of the beautiful sky in all shades, a piece of the glorious ocean, green from our tropical forests, and all the colors of the rainbow, all making our world, even more beautiful place to live in. (slideshow of photos of these)

And each gem a piece of Serendipity which you will hold.

Serendipity is defined as good fortune that takes the form of finding valuable or pleasant things that are not looked for.
We sincerely hope you will find your Serendipity with us.

While there are 200 types of mineral found across the world, Sri Lanka is home to nearly 75 varieties of coloured and colourless gemstones belonging to ten main species.

The corundum family of gemstones consist of some of the most valuable and popular gemstones including ruby and sapphire. Compact, dense, and lacking gemstone cleavage corundums are also the second hardest natural mineral after diamond. These factors make both varieties of corundum some of the most highly desired jewellery stones. Ruby is the red variety of corundum. All other colours of corundum, including colourless corundum, are called sapphires. Gems belonging to corundum species can display asterism and chatoyancy due to the presence of oriented mineral inclusions, and in some cases, a change of colour when viewed under different light sources.

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