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AboutOur specialty is all the famous gems of this region—emerald, ruby, aquamarine, afghanite, morganite, pollucite, tourmaline, topaz (including the rare pink topaz), kunzite, apatite, fluorite, diopside, epidote, peridot, zircon, pargasite, sapphire, hackmanite, bastnasite, citrine, quartz etc. and of course beautiful blue Lapis Lazuli…plus many more!
We are based in the old and rather mystical city of Peshawar, which is a valley surrounded by hills. Peshawar is a historical city, sitting on the eastern end of the world famous Khyber Pass inside Pakistan, and has since time immemorial been a gateway to famous conquerors entering the Indian Subcontinent from Afghanistan. Through here, 5000 years ago, the Aryans moved in from Central Asia to conquer India. Other famous historical names seem to be like a who’s who of history: Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan, Mahmud Ghaznavi, Tamarlane, Babur and many others. Thus Peshawar, which traces its history to at least 500 years BC, and is a mere 35 miles from the border with troubled Afghanistan has both imbibed and thrived from a constantly vibrant evolution.