Friday, December 16, 2011

Tips to care your Cubic Zirconia stones Jewelry

Caring Tips for Cubic Zirconia from China WuZhou FU RONG GEMS:
Cubic zirconia is a man-made crystalline gemstone with almost no flaws. Jewellery made of cubic zirconia is a great alternative for diamond jewellery which can often be prohibitively expensive. Cubic zirconia jewellery is affordable but it's also precious and deserves to be cared for. Try some of the following tips to keep your cubic zirconia jewellery sparkly for years to come.
Keep it away from lotions and oils: Chemicals in oils, lotions, perfumes, and sprays rob cubic zirconia of its dazzle. When using these products, take the jewellery off and wear it again once you're done! Sweat and dirt also have a tarnishing effect on cubic zirconia so avoid wearing cubic zirconia jewellery when you're exercising or gardening.
8mm-CZ -Round-Diamond-Cut-Stone
Avoid chlorine, bleach, and ammonia: These common cleaning products have a dulling effect on cubic zirconia. Wear protective gloves if your chores involve working with any of the above, and take cubic zirconia jewellery off when swimming. Cleaning cubic zirconia: Despite your best efforts, any type of jewellery (cubic zirconia included) will get tarnished over time and must be cleaned to restore its original lustre. Try the following effective tips:

Liquid detergent or toothpaste: Polish your cubic zirconia jewellery with a toothbrush and a small amount of detergent or toothpaste. Do not use water and gently scrub for about 10 minutes. This will make the stone (as well as the metal it is set in) shine like its brand new!

Steam and cleaning solutions: Use jewellery cleaning solution or steam and a soft flannel/cotton cloth to polish your cubic zirconia jewellery. Be firm but gentle and do not use circular motions.

Water and soap: If nothing else, good old soap and lukewarm water should also be able to remove dirt and grime from your cubic zirconia jewellery. You could also soak jewellery overnight in a soapy solution to get rid of especially tough grime. How often to clean cubic zirconia jewellery: Clean your jewellery at least once a month and also consider having it cleaned professionally. It's worth the small fee.
How to store cubic zirconia jewelry: Cubic zirconia jewellery becomes lacklustre with wear and tear. To retain the dazzle of the stone, set aside some rings, earrings, pendants, and necklaces for everyday use and others for special occasion wear. Use an airtight container (a plastic bag is fine) to store your special occasion cubic zirconia jewellery and keep it protected and lustrous.

Cubic zirconia jewellery does not scratch or get damaged easily but it does need regular TLC! Use some of the tips above and you will enjoy your cubic zirconia jewellery for many years.
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Friday, October 28, 2011

Blue sapphire stones v/s Tanzanite Stones

Blue sapphire stones v/s Tanzanite Stones:

What's the difference between Blue sapphire stones and Tanzanite blue Stones?

You are looking at buying some fine jewelry, you love the color blue and it’s got to be a beautiful diamond accented sensual dark blue gemstone in white gold. Tempting! Now the big question – a sensual dark blue gemstone- should it be sapphire or tanzanite?
Blue-sapphire-stones-vs-Tanzanite Stones
Blue sapphire stones v/s Tanzanite Stones:

Sapphire and tanzanite are close cousins when it comes to color and looks. The difference is very subtle. Sapphire is essentially a dark velvety blue with overtones of navy blue and purple and tanzanite is silky violet with overtones of red and purple (and sage green in rare cases). Ok, I know it’s poetic and confusing. In simple words sapphire is dark blue and tanzanite is violet. So you can select your stone based on your color preference.
And yes there’s cost to be considered while making your decision. A good quality (high score on all 4Cs) sapphire can cost thrice as much as a good quality tanzanite. So the decision making becomes pretty simple. Buy what you can afford.

Personally, I love the two stones for different reasons altogether. For me sapphire has a rich regal charm and tanzanite as an aura of chic elegance to it. And I don’t think there can be a defining criterion for choosing one stone over the other. I think there is so much in a gemstones that says about it – the color, the myth, the beauty the lore, and if a particular gemstone seems to speak to you, by all means listen.
Contact us to get your ideal Sapphire Stones(Corundum) and CZ Tanzanite Stones from China Supplier and Factory.

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Cubic Zirconia CZ Bicone Beads China Wholesale and Supplier

Cubic Zirconia CZ Bicone Beads Chona Wholesale and Supplier:
CZ Bicone Beads China Wholesale
CZ Bicone Beads China Wholesale is a wonderful way to add a splash of color and sparkle to your designs.

Cubic Zirconia Bicone Beads :
Material: Cubic Zirconia
Shape or Style: Bicone
Place of Origin: China
Colors: As per you requested.
Contact us for your Your Ideal Cubic Zirconia Bicone Beads With Holes from China Wuzhou Supplier and Manufacturer.




Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Corundum Roughs Rough Corundum stones China Supplier and wholesale

Corundum Roughs Rough Corundum stones China Supplier and wholesale:
Corundum Roughs stones China Supplier and wholesale

At Fu Rong Gems, you can buy Corundum Roughs Rough Corundum stones at Wholesale Direct Factory prices from the Real China Professional Manufacturer and Supplier.
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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

CZ Octagon Step Cut Emerald Cut Stones China Wholesale and Supplier

Octagon Cut CZ Stones  and Synthetic Gemstones China Wholesale:
1. Octagon Step Cut: Emerald Cut:
2. Octagon Princess Cut:

Octagon-Step-Cut-White-CZ-Stones- Emerald-Cut

Garnet Color CZ Stone Octagon Princess Cut
Garnet Color CZ Stone Octagon Princess Cut

Lavender Color CZ Stone Octagon Princess Cut
Lavender Color CZ Stone Octagon Princess Cut

Blue Sapphire-Corundum 34# Color Stone Octagon Princess Cut
Blue Sapphire-Corundum 34# Color Stone Octagon Princess Cut

White Clear Color CZ Stone Octagon Princess Cut
White Clear Color CZ Stone Octagon Princess Cut

Pink Color CZ Stone Octagon Princess Cu
Pink Color CZ Stone Octagon Princess Cut

White Clear Color CZ Stone Octagon Princess Cut
Sizes from 2x1mm~20x15mm can be available.
Color Available: white and other color.
Quality: high quality with very favorable prices.
They can be used to make or decorate the brilliant rings, necklaces, earings, bracelets, ornaments of fashion clothes etc..
At Fu Rong Gems, you can buy  Octagaon Shape CZ Loose Stones and synthetic gemsotnes at Wholesale Direct Factory prices from the Real China Professional Manufacturer and Supplier.
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Saturday, June 11, 2011

cubic zirconia coffee brown colored cz stones china wholesale and supplier

CZ Coffee Brown Colored Stones:
At Fu Rong Gems, you can buy CZ coffee brown Color Loose stones at Wholesale Direct Factory prices from the Real China Professional Manufacturer and Supplier.
Cubic Zirconia Coffee Brown Round Stones
We have quite a collection of Coffee Brown Color CZ Loose Stones such as popular Round Brilliant Cut,Princess Cut,Emerald Cut,Cushion Cut and also unique heart, Oval,Octagon,Marquise, Pear,Star Cuts, Coffee Brown Beads/Balls and Much More...

Any Special Shape and styles are available.
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Saturday, May 14, 2011

CZ rings and Cubic Zirconia Rings China Wholesale and supplier

High Quality Cubic Zirconia Rings/CZ Stones Rings China Wholesale and Supplier:
Please Contact us for your Own Design of CZ Stones Ring in your ideal Colors.
Sizes: As per your request
Colors: Cubic Zirconia Normal Color and Special Colors available.
Quality: Clear, Not Cloudy, brilliant,Good Polishing and Facetting and Shiny.
Contact us today to make your own Cubic Zirconia Rings from Direct China Wholesales and Suppliers:

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

China Big Cubic Zirconia Large CZ stones for your home and shop decoration

Are you looking for Large big sizes of Loose Cubic Zirconia, CZ Lab Created Gems,Other Synthetic Gemstones?
You’re come to the right place, we can make the CZ Stones in large big size for your home or shop decoration from 10mm to 200mm.
CZ Color Available:
White, Black, Champagne,Garnet,Orange,Live Yellow,Peridot,Pink,Violet and Golden Yellow.
Sizes Available:
Here is some pictures of our Large big CZ stones in big sizes for your reference:
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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Different Diamond Alternatives for your jewelery

"Synthetic" and "simulant" are terminology used by the USBM for laboratory grown gemstones. Others in the gemstones industry may use different terms to refer to laboratory grown gemstones. Laboratory grown synthetic gemstones have the same appearance and optical, physical, and chemical properties as the natural material that they represent.  Laboratory grown simulants have an appearance similar to that of a natural gemstone but have different chemical properties.

Below you will find some detailed information about many of the different diamond alternatives available, including their benefits and drawbacks.  We hope you find this information useful.

Cubic Zirconia (CZ)
... not necessarily a "four letter" word!!!

Just like "Water" is also known as H20, "Oxygen" is also known as O2, and "Hydrochloric Acid" is also known as HCl, "Simulated Diamonds" (or at least by far the most popular form of them) is known as Cubic Zirconia, or CZ.  It is simply the name of the compound that IS what it IS.  Because there's so much stigma around not having a "real diamond", CZ's have got a bad rap.  Just like there's bad water and bad air sometimes, there are also bad CZ's out there.  When you go to the mountains and breathe that fresh air and drink that mountain water, just think of it as a AAAAA CZ ... high quality!  (or at least the highest quality you can get without spending $10,000 a carat!!!)

Here's a bit a info on CZ's:
‘Diamonique’, ‘Diamonelle’, ‘Russian Ice’, ‘Russian Radiance’, ‘Signity’, ‘Absolute’  
They are ALL Cubic Zirconia! 

All are CZ's.  Just like Diamonds (for a different reason) there are varying qualities of CZ.  A diamond that's cloudy, full of inclusions and a horrible color, is still a diamond ... just not a very nice one!  Same with CZ's.  A "grade A" CZ is a cheaply manufactured stone, where as "grade AAA to AAAAA" are much more likely to last longer and have more sparkle.

  • Cubic Zirconia, or CZ is a Man made stone, that looks very much like a diamond but is relatively inexpensive.  As suggested above, it comes in 5 grades:  A, AA, AAA, AAAA, and AAAAA
  • Fairly tough, resists scratching with normal wear.  Several brand names are familiar:  ‘Diamonique’, ‘Diamonelle’, ‘Russian Ice’, ‘Russian Radiance’, ‘Signity’, ‘Absolute’, etc.  Just as all of the stones Inquisitive Designs Jewelry carry are at least AAA or higher, are these brands names above.
This is important!  Please listen up because there's quiz later ... ... ... ... ... (just kidding)

  • Regardless of the brand name of a Cubic Zirconia, at the end of the day, it's still a Cubic Zirconia.  A "Xerox" machine is still a copy machine;  A "Cyclone" fence, is still a fence; and a "Hoover" is still just a vacuum!!!  The only difference is the marketing company's practice on what grade CZ they buy to attribute to the brand.  


  • What's funny is no one has caught on to using this for Diamonds!  If I sold diamonds and I told you these are not just any Diamonds, they are "Inquisitive Designs Diamonds" ... you'd look at me with a perplexed look and probably reply ... "yes, but they're still Diamonds, right?"  I'd have to admit, "yes they are."  Maybe I only choose to buy high quality diamonds (because believe me, there are diamonds out there that make scummy  pond water look clear) ... but they are still "diamonds" by definition.  Hopefully the point is made.
Inquisitive Designs Jewelry buys only rings, pendants and bracelets with AAA or higher grade CZ's.   Therefore, they are comparable in quality to the above brand names.
For loose gemstone orders, we can provide any grade AAA or higher.  We do not buy A or AA grade.  These lower grades are prone to clouding and we simply don't want to be associated with the lower quality CZ's.

  • The higher end CZ’s, like ours and  the brand names above, are better cut and polished than the CZ’s you will find in department stores.  They have incredible luster and sparkle.  It is important to keep in mind that a CZ, regardless of name, will still eventually fade in brilliance.
  • Average Cost:  Depending on brand name, the cost can range between $0.99/ct to $50.00/ct. for the stones used in these rings (or when purchasing loose gemstones).

    Russian Diamonds (Jewels) 
    Including Russian Brilliants, Russian Stars and others, they are in fact nothing but high quality cubic zirconias. This is not mentioned prominently on their web sites and they will only cop to it when pressed, but that is the fact. Russian diamond simulates are priced around $280 per carat.
    Russian Diamonds are a fine jewelry selection and are usually mounted in quality precious metal settings.


    • Moissanite is originally born from a star, though the crystals on earth were far too small to make anything with.

    • Synthetic moissanite was recently introduced and is still popular, though very costly.

    • Characterized by its slight yellow tone and weight.  Moissanite is lighter than a diamond of the same size.

    • It is impossible to get a perfect D color moissanite.  Most are in the GHI color range.

    • Average Cost:  Cost can range between $300.00 – $400.00/ct.

    Natural Diamonds

    • Created by mother nature

    • Available in colors, both natural and irradiated (color added, or induced)

    • Nearly all sizes available

    • prices vary, availability fluctuates

    • Average Cost/availability:  Varies


    • NOT to be confused with Cubic Zirconia (above).  ZIRCON is a NATURAL gemstone.  Formed in the Earth.

    • Possibly the best NATURAL diamond simulant there is!!


    • Several colors are usually available, but sizes and availability do fluctuate. Zircon has long had a supporting role to more well-known gemstones, replacing them when they were unavailable.  In the middle ages, zircon was said to aid sleep, bring prosperity, and promote honor and wisdom in its owner. The name probably comes from the Persian word zargun which means "gold-colored," although zircon comes in a wide range of different colors.
      Natural zircon today suffers for the similarity of its name to cubic zirconia, the laboratory-grown diamond imitation. Some don't realize that there is a beautiful natural gemstone called zircon.
      Zircon occurs in a wide range of colors but for many years, the most popular was the colorless variety which looks more like diamond than any other natural stone due to its brilliance and dispersion.

       Today the most popular color is blue zircon. Most blue zircon, which is considered an alternate birthstone for December, is a pastel blue, but some exceptional gems have a bright blue color. Zircon is also available in green, dark red, yellow, brown, and orange.

      Zircon is mined in Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Myanmar, Australia, and other countries.
      Zircon is one of the heaviest gemstones, which means that it will look smaller than other varieties of the same weight. Zircon jewelry should be stored carefully because although zircon is relatively hard, it can abrade and facets can chip. The wide variety of colors of zircon, its rarity, and its relatively low cost make it a popular collector's stone. Collectors enjoy the search for all possible colors and variations.

    • Average Cost/availability:  Varies.
    Now that you're totally confused ... let's Shop!

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