As we had earlier promised, we have now launched our own est of premium NFTs by RatanCoin which are available for purchase & trading now. You may select any of these NFTs and get started with RTN now.
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RATAN OF AGES - Premium NFT Collection
Gemstones bring joy to people in a variety of ways. They can be worn as jewellery, they can be used as accessories, they can be gifts for loved ones, they can be used to mark celebrations and festivals, and a whole lot more on top of that.
“Ratan of Ages” is a rare gemstone collection which is now in form of NFT and let people give opportunity to create their own collection of rarest gemstones found on this Earth.
In ancient Greece and Rome, kings and queens were convinced that blue sapphires protected their owners from envy and harm. During the Middle Ages, the clergy wore blue sapphires to symbolize Heaven, and ordinary folks thought the gem attracted heavenly blessings.
Ocean of Tanzanite
The garnet gemstone, birthstone for January and the second-year wedding anniversary gem, has been favored throughout the centuries. Garnet is found the world over including in Wyoming in the United States, the Czech Republic, Greece, Russia, Tanzania, Madagascar, Sri Lanka, and in India.
Two Shades of Love
Bicolor Tourmaline is a unique miracle of color. Often two or more colors are found in a single tourmaline crystal making a bi-color tourmaline. Also rare are tourmaline gems which appear to change their color and cat’s eye fancy tourmalines.
Gem of Paraiba
Fire of Aussies
Looting the rich cities of the New World, the conquistadors uncovered a gemstone that had been used in Aztec culture as early as 850 A.D. Beautiful fire opal stones were found in Aztec burial sites, inlaid in art and figurines, and worn as jewellery.
Drop of South Sea
Emerald of Luster
Excellence of Turquoise
Pride of Elizabeth
The history of the diamond dates back thousands of years. In early history, diamonds were used as tools for engraving. Early Romans wore diamonds into battle because they were believed to bring great strength. Ancient Romans believed diamonds were the outer rings of stars that had fallen to earth.
Fire of Sapphire
Yellow Sapphire is for divine grace and power. It is considered to be one of the safest gemstones, and is the gemstone of knowledge, auspicious wealth and loving relationships and provides general well bring and spiritual knowledge to the wearer.
The controversial history of alexandrite dates back to Imperial Russia, where it was first discovered in emerald mines near the Tokovaya River in the Ural Mountains. Its Finnish discoverer initially mistook it for emerald before realizing it changed colors under different light sources.
King Swiss Topaz
Blue topaz is considered to be a stone that represents calmness, stillness, spiritual connection, and inner peace. Perhaps the spiritual nature of the winter holidays combined with the icy blue color is why December has a blue topaz as its birthstone.
Pigeon blood ruby displays a bright red color with a small tint of purple hue that seems deep red when seen in the light. It somewhat resembles the fluorescent red signal of a high-intensity traffic light.
Treasure of Tsavorite
Tsavorite was discovered by British geologist Campbell R. Bridges in 1967 and named by Harry Platt of Tiffany & Company (New York) who immediately recognized its potential due to its gemological pedigree and named it after the Tsavo Game Reserve in Kenya, the area of its discovery.