NRP Stone Begins Acquisition Negotiations With Rare Gems and Minerals
Two Products: GIA Accepted Graded Diamonds and New Metal for Jewelry and Industry Called Luxium
By: NRP Stone
DRAPER, Utah - July 26, 2019 - PRLog -- NRP Stone, Inc. is pleased to announce preliminary negotiations with Rare Metals and Gems Investors, LLC (RMGI) related to a potential acquisition. RMGI has negotiated a multi-faceted marketing agreement with the producer of two unique products: natural white and rare colored diamonds, finished from raw yellow/brown diamonds; and, a trademarked, one-of-a-kind, molecularly-
Both products are derived from Mother Earth's natural processes…with a technological twist. 99% of diamonds mined in the world remain unfinished by Mother Earth. They are yellow to brown in color because they were not given the time, heat, and pressure required to finish them into white and rare colored diamonds. As a result, these brown diamonds are typically crushed and used for industrial purposes, including diamond drills or diamond saws. Only recently, these yellow or brown diamonds have been promoted as gemstones. However, with proprietary technology, yellow and brown diamonds can be graded and finished to their highest and best potential, white and colored gemstones. These gemstones stones are considered by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) to be natural diamonds, because the technology to finish these diamonds replicates the earth's natural process, only in a shorter period of time. Using these proprietary processes, brown diamonds can become white, as well as all colors of the rainbow, depending upon their chemical makeup. This is done without using dyes, radiation, or synthetically growing them in labs. They are truly natural diamonds.
The second product, Luxium, is a proprietary silver-based precious metal that can be used for jewelry, as well as in industry. Because silver is the best-known electrical conductor known to man, it has many industrial uses, but has been deemed unsatisfactory for many applications because of its soft and degradable nature, and being subject to tarnishing. Because Luxium is 99% silver, it has the quality of silver's conductivity, but does not tarnish like silver, which makes it a superior choice for jewelry and industrial usages.
NRP Stone will perform due diligence on RMGI and its products in order to determine if RMGI has the potential of meeting NRPI's Mission and Objectives and is a suitable candidate for its acquisition. NRP Stone, Inc. is engaged in marketing and distribution of unique precious metals and gems. Follow us on Twitter @NRPSTONE and at http://nrpstone.co.