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RMC Gems “One Stop Source for all Gemstones”


RMC gems Thai is amongst the biggest and has a reputation of being a reliable gemstone supplier with sales offices in Bangkok, Hong Kong and Japan. For jewelry manufacturers it is very important to have a constant supply with perfectly maintained quality where the producers of fine jewelry can source all their gemstones in one place. Therefore RMC is a one-stop shop, with its product line comprising gemstones of all types –suitable for makers of silver, gold or platinum jewelry. There is a full range of topaz, tourmalines, tanzanite, morganite, opals, spinels, kunzite, natural zircon, rubies, emeralds, sapphires, amethysts, garnets, citrines and even more varieties of gemstones.


RMC believes in the principle that “any task undertaken should to be done differently, or else don’t embark on a job at all”. By following this ideology, the company does a great business and has built excellent relationships with its customers over the years.

RMC specializes in tourmaline, topaz, tanzanite and other precious beads in every conceivable color, shape and size with a complete range. In Tourmaline, from Paraiba, rubelite, pink and green tourmalines and in topaz from white to sky blue, Swiss blue, London blue and mystic topaz. In tanzanite, RMC stocks small calibrated stones, right up to single stones even up to 500 carats, and such a big size is incredibly rare in the market.

The Company has its own manufacturing facilities in Thailand, India and China providing an edge of having the best skills from all over the world. The sourcing of raw material is done in-house, which makes the cost of the product reasonable.

Headquarters RMC Gems Thai Co., LTD., 8 Soi Pramote 3 Mahaesak Road, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand
Phone :
(66-2) 635 9101 Fax : (66-2) 635 8707

Morganite is the stone of Divine Love


Morganite is the stone of Divine Love. This delicate yet powerful stone opens one to the frequency of the universal heart.

Alongside emerald and aquamarine, morganite is certainly the best known gemstone from the colourful group of the beryls. Women the world over love morganite for its fine pink tones which radiate charm, esprit and tenderness.

Moganite is a silicate mineral with the chemical formula SiO2 (silicon dioxide) that was discovered in 1984. It crystallises in the monoclinic crystal system. Moganite is considered a polymorph of quartz: it has the same chemical composition as quartz, but a different crystal structure.

In 1994, the International Mineralogical Association (IMA) had disapproved it as being a separate species because it was not clearly distinguishable from quartz. It has only recently been approved as a valid species by the CNMNC, the Commission on New Minerals, Nomenclature and Classification (part of the IMA).

This mineral is “virtually indistinguishable” from chalcedony which is made up of both moganite and quartz. It has been mainly found in dry locales such as Gran Canaria and Lake Magadi. It has been reported from a variety of locations in Europe, India and the United States. It was named for the municipality of Mogán on Gran Canaria. Physically, it has a hardness of about 6, a dull luster and appears gray in color but transparent.