You can purchase either fine polished gemstones or uncut gemstones.
Alternatively I can source polished coloured gemstones & diamonds for you.
My objective has always been to build ethical & long-term relationships with miners, or dealers & individuals as close to the source as possible.
Additionally this reduces my carbon footprint making my business fully sustainable.
Cut & polished gemstones:
Every gemstone that I have cut, that is over 1ct will be accompanied by:-
A Report from The Gem & Pearl Laboratory, an independent laboratory in London OR a report from Alan Poultney Gems;-
a worksheet produced whilst cutting each stone, stating the origin of the uncut material & its original uncut weight
Every new gemstone that I cut & polished at the request of the client, can be accompanied by a video recording the journey of the gemstone from UNCUT to POLISHED, but this should be request before the cutting process is started.
If you don’t see the gemstone that you are looking for on my website, don’t be put off.
It may just be that I haven’t cut it yet, or that it just isn’t on the website yet.
If I do not have the gemstone that you are seeking I may be able to ethically source it for you using my network of miners, brokers & dealers.
I am a cutter.
I have handled, bought & dealt in rough gemstones for over 48 years.
I am the in-house jewellery designer for Jewels by Scarab, the business that I run with my wife Sue.
This combination, places me in the unique position of being able to advise on the suitability, of a gemstone for a piece of jewellery & on the setting that will best to protect & preserve it.
HOW TO CONTACT ME,,,
You can make contact with me via the website, by email or by ‘phone – my details are on the website.
WHY NOT BOOK
A FREE 30 MINUTE ZOOM CHAT?
In addition to answering your questions, I will need to understand your requirements, for example:
What type of gemstone do you want?
Are you looking to collect gemstones?
Are you buying it for jewellery?
What kind of jewellery do you want to set it into?
How often will the piece of jewellery be worn?
Will you want to combine the gemstone with any other gems e.g. diamonds?