Heirloom, Heritage, Legacy
For ages people bought gemstones to bestow upon their children when they inherit the estate – because it’s always a good investment.
Gems are considered a good investment to shield against economic unrest and political uproar. They are loved for their beauty, revered for their mystic powers, and highly sought after for their increasing value.
The value of money or currency fluctuates almost every day, depending upon the gamble of the politic climate. Stocks and bonds can suddenly slump or even vanish overnight, tumbling markets into depression
Gemstones hold their value – but increases in that value tend to occur over a longer period, meaning that this is not a sector known for buy today, sell tomorrow at a profit – it is a long term investment asset.
Jewellery is valued on the value of the gemstones and metal making up the piece with no intrinsic value given to the workmanship involved in its creation, unless it is a work of art made by a very rare and exceptional designer who are valued among a certain type of buyer.
Gemstones do not lose their quality stay beautiful for thousands of years without tarnishing – remaining a masterpiece forever.
- No moths or beetles will chew them away.
- No accountant to sweep them into their own retirement fund with the click of a mouse.
- No worries that they vanish or slump overnight
Best for investments, to leave a legacy and bestow richness on your young for the next generation:
- Golden Beryl
- Tsavorite Grossular Garnet
- Blue Garnets
- Color-change Blue Garnets
- Spessartine Garnet
- Mandarin Garnet
- Imperial Garnets
- Paraiba Tourmaline
- Imperial Topaz
Gold always make for a good investment
Buy bullion or coins...
You can also cast your own gold coin as a legacy to your estate…