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Meet Ben

Ben is an Award-winning gemstone cutter known worldwide for his lapidary skill, artistry, and innovative cutting.  Winner of 24 prestigious AGTA Spectrum Cutting Edge Awards, Ben is known to be one of the best lapidaries in the world.  Ben has been cutting gemstones since he was 15 in the mines of Cambodia, and has been wholesaling gemstones and jewelry for over 32 years in the U.S.  Ben has a natural talent for bringing out the best in every colored stone.  "Cut by Ben" translates into gemstones and jewelry pieces with greater brilliance, fire, and color vibrancy.   Ben's creations are worn by fashion icons, coveted by gemstone collectors, and featured in top industry magazines and journals.  His goal is to bring you the world's finest gemstones and jewelry at the best prices possible!

Groups Ben Supports

Ben supports the USO (www.uso.org), Wounded Warrior Project (www.woundedwarriorproject.org) and the American Diabetes Association (www.diabetes.org).

Favorite Quote

Ben lives by his favorite saying "If you are willing to work hard, you can achieve anything."

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BEN'S FAVORITE GEMSTONES

Ben's favorite gemstone is blue sapphire."
 
Sapphire

Sapphire

The most well known of the sapphire family is the blue stone that is only second in hardness to diamonds and known as the gem of heaven because of its rich blue color. The use of sapphires as adornment dates back, as early as, the 7th century B.C. One of the most famous sapphires is the 104 ct. Stewart Sapphire mounted in the British Imperial State Crown. Sapphires are most prevalent in Australia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, China, Madagascar, Africa, and Montana in the United States.

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