On this page we would like to introduce you to some musea that are worth visiting, according to gemstones. With a short comment every time, we will try to show you why each collection is important.
If you visited a gemstone museum somewhere around the world, feel free to share your experiences with us, byt sending us an e-mail!
Diamondmuseum in Bruges is a very educational oriented museum where a
clear view is given on the history of diamondcutting.. On request, the
visitor is shown how a diamond is faceted. The whole explanation is very
educational. The ideal way of combining a historic city with a historic
In this diamondcity you just have to have a diamondmuseum. The renovated museum has a big collection of beautiful diamonds. The only comment we can give is that the educational character could be much better
Deutsche Edelsteinmuseum", situated in the citypart Idar, is the most
beautiful, most complete gemstone museum in Europe. Not only does it have
exceptional and very beautiful gemstones, but it also has a historic view
on the development of synthetic gemstones and a few wonderful examples of
the craftwork of gemstone engravers from Idar-Oberstein and surroundings
The " Museum of Idar-Oberstein" (formerly know as the Heimatmuseum) is situated in the citypart Oberstein. It is a museum with a very beautiful collection of minerals and rough gemstones. In the basement of the museum there is a interesting collection of engraved objects, such as animalfigures, cameos, intaglios, etc., as well as objects created by local craftsmen
"Naturhistorisches Museum Wien" or "Natural History Museum
Vienna" in Vienna exhibit in five splendid halls a big
collection of minerals and gemstones The museum was built under Emperor
Franz Joseph I and opened in 1889..
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This museum is still being build, but
it's very promising. It's situated near one of the most