The Peculiarities of Investment Colored Gemstones

A gemstone is the crowning result of millions of years of gemmological processes in the most diverse places on earth under the most ideal conditions.
A blessing of nature in naturalness, beauty and rarity.
This is why these natural, untreated treasures are so valuable and scarce and thus follow the principle of scarcity (what is really rare and therefore in demand).

In 2022, around 24 tons of raw diamonds were found and mined worldwide, of which max. about 5 tons.
In contrast, colored gemstones such as top rubies only about 6-8 kg or top sapphires about 20-25 kg were found and mined.

From the annual colored gemstone deposits found and mined worldwide meet max. 2-3% due to quality and quality, the requirements to be allowed to be considered an investment colored gemstone.
The rest goes to the jewelry industry. So we follow the principle of scarcity (“What is really rare and therefore in demand”).

Investment colored gemstones as a mobile asset are an excellent addition to your existing investment portfolio.
We recommend (similar to precious metals) max. Invest 10-20% of your assets in this asset with an investment horizon of at least 5 years and longer.
Ideally positioned to be resistant to current and possibly future crises and protected across generations.

The Benefits of Investment Colored Gemstones

Colored gemstones have proven for centuries that they have retained and increased their value through the times and crises of the world.
Far away from currency reforms, wars, crashes and digital upheavals.

Due to their rarity, investment colored gemstones offer you real, natural protection against inflation.
They are not a product of a central bank, government or a single currency.

Our treasures can be transported or carried with you in a relaxed and compact manner in both calm and turbulent times.
A real asset for your pocket or handbag – small, handy, unobtrusive.

From the moment of purchase, you are guaranteed a high level of anonymity.
There are no maximum purchase limits and no registration requirements.

The colored gemstones are ultimately in your own, direct or indirect possession, a real remaining material value.
You literally hold them “in your hands”.

You condense your wealth with that of your investment in investment colored gemstones in a very small space.
A few carats contain very high values. Compared to other tangible assets, they require little space in safes or high-security warehouses.

Ruby in size comparison with ballpoint pen.
Ruby 2.01 ct. = appraisal value € 91,000.00

Our customers are enthusiastic:
customer testimonials

Get to know some of our customers and their thoughts here. Listen to your positive experiences with us. The speakers are Beate K. (payroll clerk), Hannelore S. (speech therapist and mother), Heike and Erik H. (entrepreneur couple), Dominic L. (head chef).

Beate K.
(payroll clerk)

“In times of political and economic uncertainty, invest in a stable tangible asset, not speculatively. Take precautions for yourself and your partner.”

Hannelore S.
(speech therapist and mother)

“Investing for the next generation. A capital investment that is not eaten up by inflation, where something remains for the future.”

Heike & Erik H.
(entrepreneur couple)

“As an entrepreneur, always plan ahead, including when it comes to your private investments. Found a perfect addition to the existing investment portfolio with investment colored gemstones.”

Dominic L.

“Receive a customized portfolio in colored gemstones. Secure a natural product that is finite. In doing so, follow the scarcity principle for yourself and your money.”

10 points you should consider when investing in gemstones!

In this video, you will learn the crucial aspects to consider if you are planning to invest in colored gemstones.

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