|A total of 40 rare and exquisite gemstones are included in the collection, the majority of which are the largest known specimens of their kind in the world. It has been awarded nine Guinness World Record titles.|
All gemstones in the collection, with the exception of one, have been certified by the GIA.
|GIA and several other leading authorities on gemstone identification, were unable to identify one gemstone in the collection, suggesting that it is a new mineral. The Ophir Collection has named this unknown gemstone – the Ophir Mystique.|
It has the distinction of being both the largest and possibly the only specimen of its kind in the world.