top of page
A packet of Sri Lankan gemstones.jpg

Explore the World of Gemstones:

Expert Insights and Resources

Step into the realm of gemstones with confidence and clarity. At Gemstone Detective, we provide you with the expertise, resources, and tools needed to distinguish genuine gemstones from imitations. Discover our comprehensive guides and expert insights to make informed decisions on your gemstone journey.

 

 

Why Trust Gemstone Detective?

Expert Insights: Gain from Kim's vast knowledge and global expertise.

Comprehensive Guides: Access detailed books and resources for secure gemstone purchases.

Engaging Content: Explore articles, videos, and interactive tools to deepen your gemstone knowledge.

 

Start Your Journey

Avoid Gemstone Scams: Learn to identify fraud with our expert tips.

Buy Ethically: Make informed choices with guidance on ethical gem sourcing.

Free Resources: Subscribe for updates and exclusive content.

Ready to Become a Gemstone Expert?

“Kim’s guidance saved me from a costly mistake. Her expertise is invaluable!” – Sarah J.

GIA Alumni Member logo

Gemstone Detective Books

Gemstone Detective e-Books

This great pocket travelguide about gemstones 💎 in the USA is so informative and the photos are superb! 

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Alexis Krawzow 

I find your writing informative and your books very colourful, with such inspiring insight into the world of Rocks.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Aleida Solis

There is no better gem for a wedding ring than a blue moonstone that we sourced ourselves using this book.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Sean Bond

Gemmology Quiz

Thank you to our supporting partners

We are inviting partners to work with us. If your business goals and values align with ours and you're interested in partnering with our business, get in touch - we'd love to work with you!

King's Coronation Crown

Kim Rix quoted by BBC for the Coronation of King Charles III in 2023, showcasing expertise in gemstones and jewellery...

"Gem expert Kim Rix says aquamarines would not have been on the original crown but were popular with royal jewellers like Fabergé at the turn of the century." 

Read the full article

bottom of page