Paul Wild offers a bouquet
of precious gemstones in fascinating colors
for the most discerning of clients.
The most beautiful gifts of nature, crafted by Germany´s finest Artisans: Designed for the world´s moste impressive jewellery.
Our offer Comprises Paraiba Tourmaline • Tourmaline • Demantoid • Sapphire • Ruby • Emerald • Tanzanite • Aquamarine • Morganite • Tsavorite • Spinel • Alexandrite • Mandarin Garnet • Imperial Topaz • Opal • Kunzit • Peridot • Moonstone • Golden Beryl • Rhodolite • Amethyst • Citrine • Iolite • Rubelite •
The Paraiba tourmaline is a star – rarer than diamonds and highly valuable.
Paraiba Tourmaline, Tourmaline, Demantoid, Sapphire, Ruby, Emerald, Tanzanite, Aquamarine, Morganite, Tsavorite, Spinel, Alexandrite, Mandarin Garnet, Imperial Topaz, Opal, Kunzit, Peridot, Moonstone, Golden Beryl, Rhodolite, Amethyst, Citrine, Iolite, RubeliteParaiba Tourmaline
Radiating in a luminous neon spectrum of green, blue and turquoise, the coveted Paraiba tourmaline is indisputably one of the stars among coloured gemstones and create sensational effects in jewellery designs. This motivates our highly qualified craftsmen to process the valuable stones in innovatively different ways. The Paraiba is offered to our clients not only as a a gem but as a collectors’ stone too — available in all shapes, cuts and sizes up to 150 carats. Because of its rarity, the Paraiba is both an extravagant and secure investment.
Available in a wide variety of nature-inspired colours,the sophisticated tourmaline offers endless possibilities for jewellers and gemstone enthusiasts worldwide.
Paraiba Tourmaline, Tourmaline, Demantoid, Sapphire, Ruby, Emerald, Tanzanite, Aquamarine, Morganite, Tsavorite, Spinel, Alexandrite, Mandarin Garnet, Imperial Topaz, Opal, Kunzit, Peridot, Moonstone, Golden Beryl, Rhodolite, Amethyst, Citrine, Iolite, RubeliteTourmaline
Tourmaline’s name means ‘stone with mixed colours’, referencing its unparalleled spectrum of hues. Deriving from Paul Wild’s own mines, it offers our highly-skilled craftsmen an enticing rainbow of options to create the most alluring sets and is therefore one of our bestselling gemstones. Additionally, the versatile tourmaline looks amazing as a solitaire ring. Enhancing it with ornate carving to emphasize its individual character is just one more special quality to add to the list. Most of the tourmalines have been sourced in Brazil, Namibia, Nigeria and Afghanistan.
Known as the ‘gem of gods’,
the magnificent demantoid is famous for its spectacular colour and exceptional brilliance.
Paraiba Tourmaline, Tourmaline, Demantoid, Sapphire, Ruby, Emerald, Tanzanite, Aquamarine, Morganite, Tsavorite, Spinel, Alexandrite, Mandarin Garnet, Imperial Topaz, Opal, Kunzit, Peridot, Moonstone, Golden Beryl, Rhodolite, Amethyst, Citrine, Iolite, RubeliteDemantoid
The king of garnets: special cuts give demantoids exceptional brilliance with a more intense sparkle than diamonds. The African demantoid is considered to be the ‘gem of the Gods’. Demantoids weighing more than two to three carats are rare among African demantoids and stones weighing more than eight carats are considered to be true rarities. Thanks to Paul Wild’s own mine in Namibia and its superb selection of demantoids, we are able to guarantee a continuously growing portfolio of breathtaking collectors’ stones and jewellery suites.
A kingdom for this gemstone ! Associated with royalty and romance, the noble sapphire is one of the world’s most coveted and treasured gemstones.
One of the earth’s most beautiful and precious gemstones, the natural radiance of a richly coloured sapphire has led to it being called the ‘jewel of the sky’. Representing a promise of honesty, loyalty, purity and trust, sapphires are one of the most popular gemstones used in engagement rings today. Paul Wild has long specialized in sapphires. Although these gemstones are famous for their highly saturated violet-blue colour, our portfolio offers a wide range of attractive colours (e. g. pink, green, yellow), including the exquisite Paparadscha sapphire.
Fiery and captivating, the ruby is one of the most famed and fabled gemstones in the world. A symbol of passion, protection and prosperity.
PARAIBA TOURMALINE, TOURMALINE, DEMANTOID, SAPPHIRE, RUBY, EMERALD, TANZANITE, AQUAMARINE, MORGANITE, TSAVORITE, SPINEL, ALEXANDRITE, MANDARIN GARNET, IMPERIAL TOPAZ, OPAL, KUNZIT, PERIDOT, MOONSTONE, GOLDEN BERYL, RHODOLITE, AMETHYST, CITRINE, IOLITE, RUBELITERuby
At Paul Wild we have an exquisite selection of fine rubies sourced from as far afield as Burma, Vietnam, Mozambique, Madagascar and Tanzania. There are few gemstones that can match the majestic colour of a fine ruby. Occurring in various shades of red from a pure deep crimson to tender tones of purple, pink and orange — there is something for everyone in the spectrum. Revered by many cultures throughout history for their magical properties, rubies are steeped in mystery with regards to their healing powers and are thought to endow the wearer with wealth and happiness.
A miracle of nature, the fascinating emerald is admired for its deep, vibrant colours that make precious moments unforgettable.
PARAIBA TOURMALINE, TOURMALINE, DEMANTOID, SAPPHIRE, RUBY, EMERALD, TANZANITE, AQUAMARINE, MORGANITE, TSAVORITE, SPINEL, ALEXANDRITE, MANDARIN GARNET, IMPERIAL TOPAZ, OPAL, KUNZIT, PERIDOT, MOONSTONE, GOLDEN BERYL, RHODOLITE, AMETHYST, CITRINE, IOLITE, RUBELITEEmerald
Rich and velvety, the emerald hue is like no other gemstone. Ancient man credited it with protecting the wearer from deceit and jealousy. Nestled deep within the veins of our world, these delicate gems require great care to extract them from their earthly refuge. Extremely hard to find in larger sizes, combined with the great care needed to excavate them successfully, their value is significantly greater than other gemstones of a similar size. Mined in various countries, including Colombia, Zambia and Brazil, Paul Wild has a comprehensive selection of fine specimens.
Loved for its magnificent colour, exotic tanzanite is one of the rarest gemstones in the world, and is becoming more precious every day.
deep, resplendent blue with a hint of violet that adds to its captivating appeal. Extremely rare because its deposits are limited to a single area, it ranks among the world’s most exclusive gemstones. As a Sightholder of TanzaniteOne Mining Ltd, Paul Wild has access to truly exceptional specimens weighing up to 200 carats. Our craftsmen cut these unique treasures into classic and baroque shapes, or enhance them with ornate carvings, while at the same time skillfully emphasising each individual stone’s unique character.
As clear as water – as fascinating as the ocean!The aquamarine’s high clarity and fresh hues make it a wonderfully versatile gemstoneand inspires creative jewellery designers worlwide.
Originating from mines in Brazil and Mozambique, Paul Wild has offered an outstanding selection of aquamarines for over 40 years. Legends say that aquamarine is the treasure of mermaids, with the power to calm the waves. This member of the beryl family is often exceptionally transparent with a translucent lustre, available in a range of blues. Darker shades of blue are becoming increasingly rare and in turn, their value has increased. Because of their harmonious colours and shades, they are a source of inspiration for our designers to create exquisite jewellery sets for the most discerning of clients.
Loved for its subtle colours and dazzling brilliance, morganite is known as a symbol of eternal love and affection.
Belonging to the beryl family, morganite radiates charm and affection. It is growing in popularity thanks to its exceptional transparency and soft feminine tones, ranging from pure pink to a delicate peach. With its dazzling brilliance and pastel shades, Morganites are particularly beautiful when combined with other coloured gemstones. At Paul Wild, our highly qualified designers continuously develop highly innovative and inspiring creations that add diversity and individual style to our exquisite gemstone portfolio. We aim to satisfy the most discerning of clients.
A bright shade of green: known for its brilliance, clarity and radiating colour, the spectacular tsavorite is a discerning investment for the true connoisseur.
Boasting intense fire and brilliance, tsavorite garnet is a refreshing gem in sparkling verdant shades. Stone of benevolence, vitality and prosperity, tsavorite is a form of grossular garnet. It has been discovered in 1967 in the Northeastern part of Tanzania near the Tsavo National Park, for which it’s named. Today, tsavorite is mined in various African countries, as well as Brazil, Sri Lanka and India. Paul Wild sources some of the most stunning tsavorite garnets from Kenya and Tanzania, cutting material from small, calibrated sizes to big single stones.
Found in the most famous crown jewels of the world, the treasured spinel rivals ruby’s vibrant colour, is singly refractive and highly transparent.
PARAIBA TOURMALINE, TOURMALINE, DEMANTOID, SAPPHIRE, RUBY, EMERALD, TANZANITE, AQUAMARINE, MORGANITE, TSAVORITE, SPINEL, ALEXANDRITE, MANDARIN GARNET, IMPERIAL TOPAZ, OPAL, KUNZIT, PERIDOT, MOONSTONE, GOLDEN BERYL, RHODOLITE, AMETHYST, CITRINE, IOLITE, RUBELITESpinel
Spinel, which throughout history has been mistaken for other gemstones like ruby and sapphire, has become more than a collector’s favourite as designers are inspired by its great fire and brilliance and range of spectacular colours. Spinel originates on several continents, with Paul Wild sourcing material from Tanzania, Burma, Tajikistan and Vietnam. Our craftsmen facet single stones, as well as small, calibrated goods, and our design team creates sets and layouts in different colour shades.
Mesmerizing and hypnotic, alexandrite is the most famous and popular of all colour-change stones. Because of its ability to dramatically shift colour, it is associated with balance in life.
Alexandrite is one of the world’s most enchanted gemstones for its phenomenal colour change from emerald green, blue-green or pale green in daylight to violet, ruby red or purplish red in incandescent light. A rare trichroic gem variety of the mineral chrysoberyl, gem lovers describe alexandrite as emerald by day, ruby by night. While Russia remains a limited source, Brazil and India are primary sources for Paul Wild, showcasing the magical optics of this gem in classic cuts in rare pairs and necklace layouts worthy of royal treatment.
Stone of confidence, mandarin garnet motivates mind, body and soul with its energizing warmth radiating in the golden colours of the sunset.
Zesty and full for life, mandarin garnet is coveted by gem collectors and bespoke designers alike for its dazzling orange-spiced hues, high brilliance and rarity on the market. This fiery spessartite garnet variety comes from several African countries, with Paul Wild sourcing some of the most spectacular material from Nigeria and Namibia. Our design team creates ear sets, bracelet and necklace layouts,sometimes in combination with other gemstones, like the striking match-up of vibrant mandarin garnet with blush morganite.
The intoxicating colours of imperial topaz are symbolic of love and affection. So remarkable is its transparency and brilliance that famous examples of this gem have been confused with diamonds.
The intense fiery-golden hues of imperial topaz are considered the most coveted in this gem family. While topaz is found in a variety of colours, best known for blue, the shades that capture the warm glow of a brilliant sunset brushed with peach and pink are most valuable. The primary source for imperial topaz is Minas Gerais, Brazil, where Paul Wild acquires the most radiant colours, bringing to market peach and orange tones in faceted cuts of single stones and pairs, and deep pink hues in gem suites and necklace layouts.