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Here at Kebinson Co. Ltd, we have been offering rough gemstones and industrial minerals for several years. We have lots of positive feedbacks and now through our website we offer you our services and are prepared to respond to your needs.

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Trade Fair Complex Zone A Block 5/32 Lagos State, Nigeria Email: | Tel: +2348038776075

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Office 4 BI 4th Floor BIS Building 119 Mahesak Road Sriwong Bangkok Thailand, 10500 Email: | Tel: (+66) 2 635 9864, (+66)8 521 85009

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Copper is a chemical element with symbol Cu (from Latin: cuprum) and atomic number 29. It is a soft, malleable and ductile metal with very high thermal and electrical conductivity. A freshly exposed surface of pure copper has a reddish-orange color. It is used as a conductor of heat and electricity, as a building material

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Some of the health benefits of manganese include a benefit to healthy bone structure, bone metabolism, and helping to create essential enzymes for building bones. It also acts as a co-enzyme to assist metabolic activity in the human body. Apart from these, there are other health benefits of manganese including the formation of connective tissues,

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Zinc Ore

Centuries before it was identified as an element, zinc was used to make brass (an alloy of zinc and copper) and for medicinal purposes. Metallic zinc and zinc oxide were produced in India sometime between the 11th and 14th centuries and in China in the 17th century, although the discovery of pure metallic zinc is

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Lead Ore

Lead ore and mine The lead, zinc and copper veins on Mendip were deposited by hot mineralising fluids (typically between 50 and 150° C) rising up from depth and depositing various minerals as they cooled. The source of the fluids were the deep sedimentary basins either side of the Mendips. As the Triassic and Jurassic

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Topaz Gemstone

Topaz is a precious stone, typically colorless, yellow & is allochromatic, which means that its color is caused by defects in its crystal structure. Topaz Gemstone Information: Pink, Yellow, Precious Topaz; Mystic, Imperial Topaz and Blue Topaz are very important jewelry stones.

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Amatest Gemstone

Amethyst gemstone offers certain benefits for body detoxification and health and is also one of the ingredients found in detox foot pads. This gem offers similar benefits as tourmaline, such as the far-infrared radiation and negative ion emission.

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Ruby is a red colored precious gemstone, also known as the ‘King of Gems’, with great astrological significance.

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Blue Green Tomaline

The Gemstone Tourmaline Tourmaline is the most colorful of all gemstones. It occurs in all colors, but pink, red, green, blue and multicolored are its most well-known gem colors. Scientifically, tourmaline is not a single mineral, but a group of minerals related in their physical and chemical properties. The mineral Elbaite is the member of

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Pink Star Diamond

TYRONE SIU/Reuters/Corbis Let’s say you’ve got an extra $80 million or so burning a hole in your pocket. What would you spend it on? Would a single – admittedly beautiful – diamond ever catch your eye? The Pink Star Diamond is a “Fancy Vivid Pink” diamond that was mined in 1999 in South Africa. Weighing

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In the 1950s, minerologist Arthur C.D. Paine encountered an unusual brownish stone in Myanmar (Burma) that turned out to be one of the planet’s rarest gems. For decades, only two cut specimens were known to exist, causing the jewel to be more or less “priceless.” In recent years, a few more crystals have been found.

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De Agostini/Getty Images Another precious stone in the same family as Taaffeite, this stone’s color ranges from a brilliant greenish gray to purple. Musgravite was discovered in 1967 in the Musgrave Range of Southern Australia, and for many years there were only eight known specimens. Recently, small quantities of Musgravite have been located in Greenland,

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Kerstin Waurick/Getty Images Jadeite may sound like the various semi-precious stones known informally as “jade,” but this incredibly rare gem is many times more valuable. Prized most when it is colored a deep, translucent green, Jadeite is mainly found in limited quantities in Myanmar. In 1997, Christie’s auction house sold a Jadeite necklace for nearly

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Named for Tsar Alexander II of Russia, this exceedingly rare gemstone was thought to be mined out after the original deposits, found in 1830 in Russia’s Ural Mountains, were nearly exhausted. Alexandrite is a color-changing gemstone: its hue shifts from red to green depending on the light it’s exposed to. Recent finds in Brazil, East

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Scarlet Emerald or bixbite, Red Beryl

DEA/A.Rizzi/Getty Images Also called Scarlet Emerald or bixbite, Red Beryl has only been found in Utah and New Mexico and the only commercial mine is found in the Wah Wah Mountains of Utah. Red Beryl has been described as 1,000 times more valuable than gold: cut stones regularly sell for more than $2,000 per carat

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