Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gemfields Group Limited LSE:GEM London Ordinary Share GG00BG0KTL52 ORD USD0.00001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 17.00 99,934 08:00:11
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
16.50 17.50 17.00 17.00 17.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 257.71 104.42 4.00 4.3 201
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:13:57 O 88,170 17.00 GBX

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Posted at 30/1/2023 08:20 by Gemfields Daily Update
Gemfields Group Limited is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GEM. The last closing price for Gemfields was 17p.
Gemfields Group Limited has a 4 week average price of 17p and a 12 week average price of 16.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 19.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 12.25p.
There are currently 1,183,625,687 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 126,494 shares. The market capitalisation of Gemfields Group Limited is £201,216,366.79.
Posted at 27/1/2023 08:21 by saracen3
Buy back started ? 481k bought at 350c in SA should underpin the share price.
Posted at 26/1/2023 09:46 by saracen3
Results and dividend due end March and am hoping the Co will more more active in Investor Relations at last and arrange an Institutional roadshow.

Cash equals the share price so 2 world class mines, Faberge and stake in Sedibelo Platinum in for nothing.

Posted at 09/1/2023 10:28 by gill17
Nice price increase today which puts me in profit very nicely. Lovely long term hold. Thanks for all the info. Saracen, it's much appreciated.
Posted at 08/1/2023 17:33 by saracen3
Add some sparkle with emeralds
Gold is a unique asset, prized for its lustre, beauty and value.
Coloured gemstones are rather different, but also in demand. Rising prices and growing awareness are good news for Gemfields, which owns the largest ruby and emerald mines in the world, as well as the luxury Fabergé brand.
The company has a tangled history. Listed on the stock market until 2017, the group was taken private by a specialised investment firm, leaving many ordinary shareholders feeling disgruntled and short-changed.
Gemfields relisted in February 2020, just before Covid-19 virtually closed the market for coloured gems.
The shares have rebounded from pandemic-induced lows, the price is 18.5p and chief executive Sean Gilbertson is optimistic.
The son of mining veteran Brian Gilbertson, Sean has mining in his blood. And he is keen to make a mark.


Luxury: Ruby and emerald miner Gemfields also owns the Fabergé brand, which is famous for its decorative eggs
Gemfields owns an emerald mine in Zambia and a ruby mine in Mozambique, but it sells rough stones at auction too. Four emerald auctions delivered record revenues of $149 million (£125million) in 2022, a 62 per cent increase over 2021. Three ruby auctions generated record revenues too – $167million, compared with $147million the previous year.
The Fabergé business helps put coloured gems front of mind among wealthy consumers and a 007 Fabergé egg is expected this year, commemorating 60 years of James Bond films. Gemfields has not been helped by civil unrest in Mozambique, which put expansion plans there on hold.
Nonetheless, its balance sheet is strong and Gilbertson is a dividend enthusiast, with 2.6p expected for this year, putting the stock on an extraordinary yield of almost 14 per cent. Brokers forecast a payment of at least 2p for the current year, rising to 2.4p in 2024, making Gemfields one of the very few firms offering inflation-busting income.
Traded on: AIM Ticker: GEM Contact: or 020 7518 3400.
MIDAS VERDICT: With a volatile history and an uncertain future, Gemfields is not for the cautious.
But adventurous investors – or those with a penchant for precious stones – may fancy a punt at 18.5p. And the fat dividend adds extra sparkle.

Posted at 23/12/2022 14:54 by saracen3
Gemfields have not managed to buy any shares in 4 days as nobody wants to sell. 16p cash held so 2 biggest Ruby and emerald mines, Faberge and a 6% stake in Sedibelo in for only 3p per share. Dividend due in March will put the shares on a yield of 15%.
Posted at 09/12/2022 08:11 by saracen3
Satisfactory ruby auction leaves Gemfields cash rich at their year end.

Final dividend could be 2p for a yield of 15%.

50m share buy back will underpin the price meanwhile.

Rerating coming.

Posted at 02/11/2022 14:39 by saracen3
Monster cluster of emeralds found worth millions.


Posted at 13/6/2022 19:46 by chickbait
Making Money Investing in Gems: The Top 5 Rules


As a rule, gems increase in value at the rate of inflation. This means you should assume that a bad deal today will be a bad deal in 3 weeks or 3 years when you ...

Rule #2: You’re Unlikely to Recover From a Bad Buy on a Gem
As a rule, gems increase in value at the rate of inflation. This means you should assume that a bad deal today will be a bad deal in 3 weeks or 3 years when you eventually sell.

Posted at 04/4/2022 06:48 by saracen3
CO broker comment

Gemfields - Another set of record auction results - Gemfields rich run of form continues with its highest ever auction result in commercial quality emeralds, generating $42.3m at an average price per carat of $9.37/ct, this compares to the next best result last summer of $23.1m at $6.61/ct. Gemfields is now in an excellent position with balance sheet repaired, investing in a 200% increase in washplant capacity at Montepuez and a market in coloured gemstones that appears even stronger than diamonds.

NB the timing of this auction – from mid-March to start April – suggests pricing unaffected by Russia/Ukraine. Relevant for both Gemfields and all the diamond names (Petra, Gem Diamonds in our coverage)

Let me know if you’d like a call with the company

I strongly think this is the time to look at the stock.

Posted at 22/3/2022 16:39 by chickbait

Natural vs. Lab Created Ruby
Arguments for lab created vs natural ruby gemstones and jewelry is well documented. For those deciding between which to purchase, take a look at our guide for the facts of each and decide what works best for you.

Natural rubies
Are the ones that were formed over time by the components of the earth crust. Natural rubies are found in nature and require no other treatment than to be cut and polished. These are the real stones with high price tags. They vary widely due to their imperfections and impurities. This is due to the fact their process of formation is not controlled or not under moderation conditions. Often, different forms and types of gemstones can be found in just one dig. A good representation of this can be a find of smoky quartz together with amethyst and citrine. Although they are all crystals, they all possess their distinct impurities which express different colors.

Synthetic rubies
Are created in a laboratory under controlled and monitored conditions. The process is started with a “seed” given by a natural ruby. The growth and creation are precisely regulated that the resulting gemstones have the desired attributes. In laboratory gemstones, the irrelevant inclusions and impurities that are often found in natural gems are not present in laboratory ones. Still, these lab created rubies possess the same chemical, physical, and optical characteristics as the naturally occurring rubies. This fact makes them seem “too” perfect. Some of the more famous laboratory gemstones are sapphires and emeralds.

Genuine rubies
Are stones that started as natural stones but were treated in one or more media which has influenced their appearance. These types of treatments are often used to improve the appearance of stones towards the desired color or to make them luster.

The type of rubies you want and prefer for yourself greatly depends on the money you have to yourself. Natural rubies are costly than the lab created ones. The value of natural ones tend to appreciate with time and the majority of investors and collectors tend to prefer authentic rubies to laboratory ones.

Lab-made Rubies
Give a more affordable option for jewelry lovers to own more. The perfectness factor is undoubtedly an attractive index that draws lots of attention. This factor adds to the beauty of the jewelry as well.

Buying gemstones can be a very difficult process, especially when the deal involves some of the rather unscrupulous sellers of nowadays. Hence, how would you know if a ruby is natural or lab created? It is always better if the decision is made by oneself but if you cannot, then make an inquiry.

A reputable jeweler or seller should be honest with you concerning the origin of the stone. In case they do not know or they are not willing to say, you may consider going somewhere else to make your purchase.

Although the differences between the two pieces of jewelry may not be readily visible on physical examination, there may exist vivid and significant differences between the pieces. The choice between a real and otherwise jewelry relies solemnly on your budget and preferences. Below are some of the necessary terms you should understand in an attempt to differentiate between a real and laboratory rubies.

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