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Gympie GoldŽ Slab

Pure quartz blocks riven with veins of natural gold are extracted from underground, processed and prepared using our proprietary technology process then cut into slabs of varying thickness.

Gympie GoldŽ Slab is sold to jewellery designers and fabricators who plan, cut, polish and set their own exclusive designs of Gympie GoldŽ gem set jewellery.


Gympie GoldŽ Cabochons

Gympie GoldŽ Gemstone is also available as cut and polished Gympie GoldŽ Cabochons in both free-form and calibrated shapes and sizes for all standard or specialized gem set or stone set jewellery.

Jewellery Designers


Gympie GoldŽ Medallions

Gympie GoldŽ Medallions are available as either etched (rough look quartz) or polished specimen stone, packaged in a Australian cedar box.

(Note: medallion material is not gemstone quality and therefore cannot be used in jewellery settings)


The above fine piece of jewellery incorporating Gympie GoldŽ Gemstone was designed by Kabana (copyright designs protected by International copyright laws).

For more examples of jewellery designs using Gympie GoldŽ Gemstone, see our Jewellery Pages .

  Gold - a major export for Australia
The Australian Gold Council encourages marketing innovations and other value-adding activities by Australian gold producers, who will shortly rank as second largest in the world. Gold already represents the nation's second largest manufactured export.


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