Shiraz Co.,Ltd.

Shiraz Co.,Ltd.

In 1982, Shiraz Jewelry was established in Chiang Mai, Thailand out of our passion in gems. That is 35 years ago! (See our reviews) Love everything that are related to precious stones and jewelry. Connect with us via Facebook or Twitter

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Friday, 15 December 2017 08:40


Clean and beautiful Spinel Spinel is a fascinating gem that occurs in various shades of colors such as carmine-red, blood-red, brownish-red, rose-red, orange, pale blue, violet-blue, dark blue, purple, greenish, and black.

Most of the blood-red color spinels are mined in Myanmar, and they among the most expensive spinels. Under certain condition the color is similar like unto ruby color. Black Prince’s Ruby, which decorated the Imperial State Crown of England, is in fact a huge red spinel!

Synthetic spinels have been manufactured since around 1915, and the colors produced are designed to mimic the appearance of other gemstones (aquamarine and tourmaline).

The hardness of 8 on the Mohs scale makes spinel suitable for daily-use jewelries such as rings, earrings, and pendant. They tend to have fewer flaws than corundum gems of comparable color, size, and quality. Since they are very hard, lovely, and durable, spinels should be more popular than they are now.

We have been accumulating spinels in the past 35 years from the mines in Myanmar. Visit us if you are looking to buy spinel as a present - in a form of a ring, a pendant, or loose stone. We’ll show you our collections dated back from 20+ years ago, of course with a very low price.


This was a first, to have a piece of jewelry made especially for me. And I couldn't be happier. I enjoyed my time with Mr. Nasser and his lovely staff. They were helpful and very patient with my questions and lack of knowledge. I completely trust Mr. Nasser and his expertise. In the future, when gems or jewelry are concerned, I will make a special trip to Chiang Mai to visit Shiraz and the sweet people.

(TripAdvisor user: sallieinman)

Friday, 14 July 2017 00:00


Friday, 18 September 2015 00:00

Choosing your perfect gemstone

Chiang Mai - When it comes to gemstone people often ask me, what constitutes a perfect one? How do jewelers value them? To answer this we have to broaden our visitors' perspective about these minerals. Let's start by: there is no universal perfect gemstone. 

Sunday, 02 August 2015 00:00

Thank you Mr Charles Boyer

Chiang Mai - In December 2014, we had a wonderful couple in our shop who is now resided in Japan. The husband, Mr Charles Boyer, is lovingly wrote to us about experience he had with Shiraz Jewelry in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Quoted below is his sharing: 

Friday, 24 July 2015 00:00

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Thursday, 23 July 2015 00:00

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"This small, specialized shop has been in business for 20 years (in 1993 - ed.) and has built up an unchallenged reputation for reliability, expertise, and good value. If the owner, Mr. Nasser, is behind the counter or at work in his office workroom, you're in luck - you won't find a more knowledgeable gems expert in Chiang Mai."  source» 
Wednesday, 08 July 2015 00:00

Review in Fodors Travel Online Community

Chiang Mai - We keep working on to gather all reviews about Shiraz Jewelry from our customers for the past over 30 years. There are plenty! As with other businesses in the world, we have existed only because we are honest, always giving the best price and best advice for your interest. 

Tuesday, 20 January 2015 00:00


Turquoise in Chiang MaiThe pastel shades of turquoise have endeared it to many great cultures of antiquity: it has adorned the rulers of Ancient Egypt, the Aztecs, Persia, Mesopotamia, the Indus Valley, and in ancient China since at least The Shang Dynasty.

Hardness and richness of colour are two of the major factors in determining the value of turquoise; while colour is a matter of individual taste, generally speaking, the most desirable is a strong sky to robin egg blue. Whatever the colour, for many applications, turquoise should not be soft or chalky; even if treated, such lesser material (to which most turquoise belongs) is liable to fade or discolour over time and will not hold up to normal use in jewellery.

Turquoise is consider a medium-soft stone especially in jewelry industry. Its hardness range from 5 to 6 Mohs. They are suitable for occasional jewelries, but not for daily use. 


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