Heidi Kjeldsen - Gemrocks Collection


A collection of desirable and contemporary gemrock jewellery. Due to the nature of the stones each one is unique however Heidi can source similar pieces in the same type of stones.

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Ruby Earrings Heidi Kjeldsen Jewellers ER2553 FrontRuby Earrings Heidi Kjeldsen Jewellers ER2553 Side
Stylish Ruby Earrings
Green Agate Pendant Heidi Kjeldsen Jewellers P1441 Side
Elegant Green Agate Pendant
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Kyanite - Gemrock Jewellery - Heidi Kjeldsen

Gemrocks is a Jewellery collection which showcases a broad spectrum of attractive and unusual semi-precious stones. Natural, geological processes have created these in seemingly infinite variations of colour and patterns and they look beautiful.

There are around 300 types of minerals that have been used as gemstones in jewellery at some stage and of course precious gemstones such as natural Diamond, Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald and Tanzanite have an appeal of rarity paired with stunning beauty which will endure. 

However, as you will within the Gemrock Jewellery collection, there are many other semi-precious stones which exhibit patterns and colours in stone types which are often opaque but so colourful and unusual that they can really capture the imagination. 

The pieces are set within stylish sterling Silver which really shows off the natural complexities of the stones. Who would have thought that the blue spots displayed in the K2 Granite ring are entirely natural? 

The Gemrock Jewellery collection really is diversely colourful and these pieces make perfect gestures and gifts. 

Further information on gemstones

Ocean Jasper is a multi-coloured translucent stone found only in Madagascar, it usually exhibits spherical or orb like patterns and is used with great effect in jewellery.

Moss Agate has sets of mineral inclusions which resemble trees, plants, and landscapes. Described as one of the most unique Agates available.

Tourmaline is available in a wide variety of colours: blue, green, red, yellow, pink, etc. Bi-coloured and multi-coloured crystals are common, which may be green at one end and pink at the other. Watermelon tourmaline is usually green on the outside and pink on the inside.

Kyanite appears vitreous or pearly with long blades of crystals of a blue, white, grey colour. It is formed under high temperatures and pressures it is often found in metamorphic rocks.

Cinnabite is a mixture of creamy yellow scapolite and flecks of red Cinnabar ore. A rare and unique stone which is only found in Peru.

Lace agate is a gemstone that exhibits a lace-like pattern with forms such as eyes, swirls, bands or zigzags (if these predominate, it is called lattice agate). Crazy lace agate, found in Mexico, is often brightly coloured and complexly patterned. Blue lace agate is found in Africa and is especially durable and highly sought after.

Labradorite is an important feldspar gemstone. It often displays a beautiful iridescent play of colours, which can move as the stone is rotated. Labradorite gemstones usually have a dark base colour with metallic-looking colour plays of blue, green, yellow, and red.

Bertrandite is a colourless to pale yellow mineral with a hardness of 6-7. It is commonly found in beryllium rich pegmatites and is in part an alteration of beryl. Bertrandite often occurs as a pseudomorphic replacement of beryl. It was discovered near Nantes, France in 1883 and named after French mineralogist, Emile Bertrand (1844–1909). One of the world’s largest deposits of Bertrandite is Spor Mountain, Thomas Range Utah which is currently the source of most of the world’s beryllium production.

Prehnite is a pale green mineral which occurs in crystalline aggregates having a botryoidal or mammillary structure but only rarely in distinct crystals. Prehnite is mostly translucent, and rarely transparent and can make stunning jewellery.

Opal is a gem-quality form of hydrated amorphous silicon dioxide. Its name is derived from the Sanskrit word for ‘stone’. A gemstone consisting of a form of hydrated silica, typically semi-transparent and showing many small points of shifting colour against a pale or dark ground.

Chrysolite is a yellowish-green or brownish variety of olivine, used as a gemstone. The name itself means “gold stone,” and over time it has been used to refer to different gemstones, including Chrysoberyl, Peridot/Olivine and Topaz.

K2 Granite,” also known as “K2 Jasper” and “raindrop azurite,” is an extremely interesting rock and lapidary material from the Skardu area of northern Pakistan. K2 Granite is a combination stone characterized by vivid blue or green “spots” in a mottled granite matrix.

Turquoise is found in only a few places on earth where the environment is dry and usually barren. Highly prized through the ages, Turquoise comes in varying grades and shades of blue.

Eudialyte is one of the most coveted gemstones in our collection, owing to its entrancing play of colours. Steaked with white and grey, the stone portrays a brilliant deep, crimson colour sometimes known as “Dragons Blood” due to the red swirls which may be present. Found in Greenland it is now mined in Russia and other parts of the world, a real collector’s gem.

Preseli Bluestone is the same stone that the ancient stone monoliths at Stonehenge are made from. The stone is spotted Dolerite which contains feldspar, with inclusions of Illmenite or Haematite, inter-grown with Titanium oxides. Many pieces are quite beautiful, and resemble stars in the night sky.

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If you love the gem rocks you see here but had another in mind please get in touch

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