Abira – Colour at your fingertips

Abira – Colour at your fingertips

We are pleased to announce our affiliation with Abira Gems, who offer public internet access to a vast selection of the highest quality coloured gems. Each stone is professionally photographed and the display offers the facility to rotate the gem through 360° to really appreciate its beauty.
The website is well worth visiting by anyone interested in the fascinating world of coloured gemstones.
For those contemplating the purchase of a piece of jewellery featuring a coloured stone, it offers a wide choice and the ability to shortlist gems that will be sent to us (at no charge and without obligation) for you to view.
Read more in the Abrecht Bird News.

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