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 +A '''gemstone''', '''gem''' or also called '''precious''' or '''semi-precious''' stone is a highly attractive and valuable piece of [[mineral]], which — when cut and polished — is used in [[jewelry]] or other adornments.
 +==See also==
 +*[[Hardstone carving]]
 +*[[List of gemstones]]
 +*[[List of gemstone species]]
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A gemstone, gem or also called precious or semi-precious stone is a highly attractive and valuable piece of mineral, which — when cut and polished — is used in jewelry or other adornments.

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