Only 100% natural rough and gems

Not heated, not treated, not synthetic

We know all the way of our gems

We have cut over a million gems for 15 years.


Since 1998, we are offering commercial gem cutting service to world wide gem and jewelry industries, specializing semi-precious and lab grown gem -stones in facet and cab both normal as well as fancy cuts and shapes which exceeded more than million pieces of stones.

Our Standard of Cutting is Similar to Top  American  and  European



The process of cutting and polishing gemstones is known as lapidary. It is a difficult and tedious process, since gemstone materials tend to be exceptionally hard, with most harder than steel. Gemstones can also be quite valuable, with high quality ruby and sapphire selling for thousands of dollars per carat. So working with expensive material that can be easily damaged is stressful as well.

The first stage in cutting a gemstone does not actually involve any cutting at all. Rather it involves evaluating the material and deciding how to proceed. This takes considerable experience and a good eye, since evaluating rough stone is more difficult than evaluating a finished gem. The first thing to determine is whether the material is sufficiently transparent and clean to cut a faceted gem; if the clarity is not good, a cabochon will be cut instead. If the material is facetable, the cutter has to decide which part of the rough stone to facet, and what shape to cut.


The gem cutter has to be concerned with both economics and aesthetics. Since gem-quality material tends to be rare and valuable, the cutter tries to preserve as much of the rough stone as possible. This is why so many stones are cut as ovals - gems found in alluvial deposits tend to be oval in shape, formed by the action of water over thousands of years.


Once the shape is decided and included material cut away, the rough stone is preformed to the approximate shape on a silicon carbide wheel. One side of the stone will usually be cut with a flat surface for the large table facet on the crown of the gem.


The stone is then ready for faceting. First the gem is glued to a small stick called a dop, using a wax that melts at high temperature. The gem is then held at a precise angle against a horizontal cutting wheel called a lap to cut the facets, beginning with the pavilion (bottom half) of the stone. Modern faceting machines have mechnical arms that provide very precise control of faceting angles, but simpler devices can also yield very good results in the hands of an expert.

Once all the facets are cut the polishing begins, a process which is more art than science. The goal is to achieve a mirror-like finish, and remove all tiny scratches left from the grinding process. Various polishing agents are used, including diamond or corundum grit, tin oxide, cerium oxide and chromium oxide. Expert polishers know how to vary the lap speed and pressure and the consistency of the polishing agent to get the best results.


The cutting and polishing of colored gemstones tends to be concentrated in a few locations that have a long tradition of mining, especially Thailand, Sri Lanka and India.


Doing business with us mean, you have reached the right place and you have an advantage of using our 15 years experience that we turn every rough gemstone to bring their utmost beauty and luster to assure every person passion for gemstones are well attended.


We assure you will not get disappointed with our Work.