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Salam Alaikum,

As a Muslim living in Canada I found it very hard to purchase good looking Shia rings. So I decided to start an online store myself www.TwelveGems.com. I made sure that the rings followed the traditions of the Prophet (saws) and the Imams (as). Some our gemstones include: Yemeni Aqeeq, Fairouz, and Hadid Sini.  If anyone has any questions about Twelve Gems or about muslim rings in general, I'd be more than happy to answer them to the best of my.

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That looks nice. I would try to put more information on the items (natural/lab, info on stones' quality evaluation,etc). That would improve the general experience.

Also, so far there is nothing like "islamic" rings. All natural original stones bought anywhere work, however, none of these rings have an Islamic artistical craft (the band). InshaAllah, once you get more capital and customers, I encourage you to offer an online service to craft a ring with a natural certified stone (offer emerald, ruby, etc) with a specific band with geometrical/islamic style, and exclusively silver.

For me, as a customer, that's the hardest thing to find. Local "islamic" rings shops sell fake/artificial stones that have no value (a real emerald ring usually cost more than $1500, for instance, not $30 lol) and jewelries rarely sell ruby, emerald, and other high valued gems in a silver band, as well as an arabic style. That's that we lack to find online and even in real life.

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7 hours ago, realizm said:

:salam:

Best of luck brother.

Thank you very much.

6 hours ago, Bakir said:

That looks nice. I would try to put more information on the items (natural/lab, info on stones' quality evaluation,etc). That would improve the general experience.

Also, so far there is nothing like "islamic" rings. All natural original stones bought anywhere work, however, none of these rings have an Islamic artistical craft (the band). InshaAllah, once you get more capital and customers, I encourage you to offer an online service to craft a ring with a natural certified stone (offer emerald, ruby, etc) with a specific band with geometrical/islamic style, and exclusively silver.

I appreciate the feedback you made really great points.

What I mean my "Islamic" rings is that they are made based on the narrations provided to us i.e. the type of gemstone and the material of the band.

In terms of the information on the gemstones I can definitely add natural as all the stones are, but to add any further information it would be necessary to get the gemstones examined by a jeweller. Since these are mostly semi precious stones they don't hold the same value as emeralds or rubies and would drastically increase the prices of the rings. 

I hope to eventually expand my inventory and when I do inshalla I will refer to your post. 

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12 hours ago, TwelveGems said:

Since these are mostly semi precious stones they don't hold the same value as emeralds or rubies and would drastically increase the prices of the rings. 

I see... Guessed so. Anyway, I wish you the best of luck, we really need someone to offer high quality products with an islamic artistic style. And yeah, I understood your point regarding Islamic rings, indeed there are stones that our narrations don't refer to.

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1 hour ago, Hameedeh said:

Salam. They should also put English in the descriptions. :) 

W Salam

Of course

they are mainly concerned with the domestic market, while they can have a good business with a wider perspective.

I don't know, maybe they have.

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