Certified Gemstones

We have several thousand fine quality colored gemstones for sale, many of which are unique, one of a kind or perhaps are unusual for some reason. Very few have been certed; frequently, there is no reason. We stand behind our gemstones and have a 100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee (7 days) and a LIFETIME GUARANTEE - see our policies page: Guarantee

Just because a gemstone in our inventory is not certed, actually has no reflection on the quality. Some of our gemstones were purchased already with certs, or we were traveling abroad and felt more comfortable obtaining a cert. Perhaps we were told it was unheated and we wanted to do a check upon our return from abroad (note that regardless if it were heated or not heated, we would be keeping it - heating is standard in the trade for certain gemtones, and we accept that as long as that is all that was done; there are also some purists or collectors who seek non-heated gemstones). We have also certed a few gems because we wanted another opinion on whether a gemstone was to perhaps be called a Ruby vs. a Sapphire (Pink, Magenta, Fuchsia, etc.). Many times we purchase as Ruby and sell as Sapphire (yes, Ruby and Sapphire are the same gemstone, the mineral Corundum, it is just the percentage of red that causes the differentiation. Europe and Asia identify Ruby as what most Americans in the business would call Sapphire.

gia certed large blue sapphire
2.97ct Cushion Sapphire of a nice deep Glowing Blue. Approximately 7.70x6.69x6.24mm (egaj-11-60) $12,110
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3.59ct Round Blue MONTANA Sapphire - U.S. Faceted!
We are EXTREMELY pleased and fortunate to have found this gem - a true gem for a number of reasons. This large well faceted 3.58ct (by a US cutter) has a wonderful fine blue color, is very large and is also a round which is very uncommon. The origin is MONTANA. It is said that Prince Charles sought out a Montana Sapphire originally for Princess Diana, but did not find the size, quality and color. Montana Sapphires hold a special place in United States as well as the world. when it comes to Blue Sapphire, and this is a wonderful example. In all our years in business, we have had only two Montana Sapphires as we desire a fine example in inventory - and this one passes all the criteria - actually exceeds what is fine in Montana, in the size and color! Certed as Montana Sapphire by GIA. In conversations with a well-known/respected individual in the GIA Gem Lab who is known for his knowledge of Montana Sapphires, he stated that color of this gem wasn not too dis-similar from Yogo in color". Approx 8.44x6.31mm (artgem-16-01) SOLD! (Singapore)
Certed as Montana Sapphire by GIA.
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0.81ct Certed Ruby (mcm-96-01) - $2,916
Under high power microscopic examination, the natural inclusions indicate No Heat.
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A really wonderful pure red and what one seeks in a fine Ruby. Photos never do a gemstone justice, as capturing true color with a camera is difficult and colors vary on every device where displayed. Also, a photo does not capture sparkle, brilliance, polish and dispersion if available. This is a smaller Ruby compared to others we have inventory, but it is over 3/4cts and a real beauty - cert/microfilm included. Also note that the cert indicated Red as the color with no other modifiers. Unfortunately, obtaining a good photo of the color and sparkle has not been possible. The top photo show more of the color red whereas the bottom shows more of the sparkle of this gem.
large natural 1.56ct alexandrite with wonderful color change
Large Wonderful 1.65ct Cushion Shaped Natural Alexandrite - Great Color Change from Blue Green to Purple; eye clean, well cut and exceedingly fine in every way compared to most Alexandrites seen on the market. This rare gemstone is not just over the magic carat weight of 1ct, but it is even over 1.5cts! In Tucson 2016, we didn't see anything quite like this, as most Alexs are poorly cut, shallow, weak color change (or one is better than the other), high prices, etc. Price is below wholesale as seen in The Guide, Nov/Dec 2014! (btree-16b-01) $12,375
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Our Alexandrite (like most of our gemstones) are priced incredibly low. Unlike many stores/businesses, we travel to the gem producing areas/cutting facilities of the world to be as close to the source as possible - thereby saving the retail public, retail stores, goldsmiths, wholesalers, etc. a large amount of $$$$ - and we do mean $$$$$$! To see the savings on our GIA Certed Natural Alexandrites, simply click on the link below to view the Wholesale Price of Alexandrite as found in the trade reference - The Guide (2014). Expect a typical markup of two to three times the wholesale price in the general market: Alexandrite Pricing - The Guide(2014)
natural alexandrite cat's eye
Natural Alexandrite Cat's Eye, 1.53ct (egaj-15-21) $2,295
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color change garnet, blue to purple
Color Change Garnet (roval) from Africa, goes from blue to purple (cert say blue green to purple, but under our lights we saw more blue). This material is typically dark and finding anything over 1ct that isn't overly dark is difficult. Out of the hundreds we looked at, we liked this one the most. (egaj-15-57) $783
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burmese pink scapolite - turns pink orange under UV!
One never knows what oddity or rarity one will find when traveling in different parts of the world. This is one case - a 15.68ct Light Pink Scapolite from Burma! Yellow Scapolite is fairly common and the purple is less common - always hard to find good colors in either, but pink we have never seen or heard of. In looking at trade books, it seems that Scapolite can occur in pink. Not only is this a unique color and from BURMA(!), but it fluoresces a bright neony pinkish orange under Ultra-violet (UV) light... In discussions with the previous owner, he had never seen anything like it in the past either, and indicated that the wholesale on the unique gem should be about $400-500/ct; apparently other dealers had been discussing this piece also and the owner based the numbers on those conversations. It took some time to finally negotiate a price and three other gemstones also had to be purchased as part of this deal to obtain this Pink Burmese Scapolite, but we finally purchased this Scapolite and can offer it at a decent price to a collector or someone who would like to make a piece of jewelry. A really interesting gem all around - a super piece for a collector of the unusual in gems, or Burmese gemstones or even those who collect fluorescent minerals/gems!
We recently found the following information pertaining to Burmese Pink Scapolite - "Faceted Burmese scapolites are also rarely found in the marketplace...Pink gems are extremely rare..."
(kjcl-15a-15b) $5,488 ($350/ct)
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unheated 79pt oval ruby - certed 90pt oval ruby - certed
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A - Unheated (Certed) 79pt Oval Red Ruby from Madagascar. (egaj-15-66) $2,370   -   View Cert
B - 90pt Oval Purplish Red Ruby. (egaj-15-48) $2,700   -   View Cert
1.07ct certed unheated ruby certed square cushion ruby
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A - Unheated 1.07pt Oval Red Ruby - Mozambique (kjcl-15a-09) $4,815   -   View Cert
B - 1.41ct Square Cushion Raspberry Red Ruby. (egaj-15-25) $6,345   -   View Cert / GIA Cert
unheated 1.10ct ruby (certed)
Pinkish Red 1.10ct Unheated Ruby (African) (nee-15-02) $4,950   -   View Cert
1.39ct unheated ruby (certed)
Unheated 1.39ct Cushion Shaped Ruby of a Pinkish Red color. (egaj-15-30) $7,645   -   View Cert
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purplish red 1.70ct cushion shaped ruby
An EXCEPTIONAL Glowing Neon Pink Red 1.70ct Cushion Ruby - Unheated! (egaj-15-69) $17,000   -   View Cert
GIA Cert
unheated 2.05ct Ruby with cert
2.05ct Unheated Ruby, Cushion; Red with subtle overtones. Photo doesn't do the gemstone's beauty/color any justice. (egaj-15-03) $20,050   -   View Cert
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5+ct UNHEATED Purplish Red Ruby - GIA certed
An incredible UNHEATED LARGE(!!) RUBY 5.67cts; most Corundum (Sapphire and Ruby and many other gemstones) is routinely heated. Well cut, no blemishes on the surface due to voids, scratches, etc. - also unusual in Ruby/Sapphire. A very fine large Ruby and a very imporant gemstone. (egaj-15-54) Price Upon Request.
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certed 68pt round orange to pink sapphire
Color Shifting 0.68ct Round Sapphire, changing from Dusty Orange to Pinkish under different lighting conditions. This piece was purchased specifically for the unusual color shifting properties. Because this is an unusual color shift, the lab didn't examine this gem under different lighting conditions; if fact, not sure what lights they used as their color discription is different than expected as we really haven't seen the color described under the lights we have used. (jdbkk-15-03) $975
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pinkish orange 91pt gia certed pad sapphire
0.91ct Oval Sapphire - Pink with Orange Highlights - Certed Padparadscha. . (egaj-15-56) $3,878
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unique yellow sapphire
Unusual/Unique Yellow for a Sapphire and that is why it appears in our inventory. This oval weighs 91pts and is unheated. (egaj-15-84) $1,547   -   View Cert
pinkish orange unheated gia certed pad sapphire
1.02ct Unheated Pinkish Orange Oval Sapphire - Pad! (egaj-15-31) $5,758   -   View Cert / GIA Cert
certed blue sapphire - unheated certed salmon pink sapphire
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A - 1.08ct Medium Blue Sapphire, Oval, Unheated. (egaj-15-36) $2,475   -   View Cert
B - Bright Salmon Pink 1.08ct Cushion Sapphire. (egaj-15-72) $2,592   -   View Cert
gia certed pad sapphire deep pink certed sapphire
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A - 1.16ct Pinkish Orange Padparadscha Sapphire (cushion). (kjcl-15a-03) $4,688   -   GIA Cert
B - Deep Pink 1.22ct Sapphire Oval. (egaj-15-44) $2,790   -   View Cert
medium pink 1.28ct sapphire blue and yellow round sapphire
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A - Medium Pink Cushion Shaped Sapphire weighing 1.28cts (egaj-15-27) $2,945   -   View Cert
B - An interesting Fancy Sapphire (1.32ct; Round) with Blue and Yellow mixing at times to a green, utilizing the natural color zoning of the original Sapphire crystal to create a unique/interesting finished gemstone. Photo doesn't capture the interest of this piece that most would find pleasing. (egaj-15-78) $1,980   -   View Cert
pinkish orange gia certed oval pad sapphire unheated gia certed pad sapphire
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A - Certed 1.36ct Oval Padparadscha Sapphire. (egaj-15-83) $6,392   -   View Cert / GIA Cert
B - Unheated Orangy-Pink Pinkish-Purple 1.41ct Oval Sapphire. (egaj-15-76) $5,600   -   View Cert
deep magenta pink oval sapphire deep pink cushion sapphire
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A - Deep Magenta Pink 1.53ct Oval Sapphire. (egaj-15-10) $3,825   -   View Cert
B - 1.55ct Deep Pink Cushion Cut Sapphire. (egaj-15-67) $3,875   -   View Cert
violet pink oval sapphire gia certed pad sapphire
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A - 1.60ct Violet Pink Oval Sapphire. (egaj-15-37) $6,400   -   View Cert
B - 1.60ct Unheated Pinkish-Orange Oval Padparadscha Sapphire. (egaj-15-59) $11,280   -   View Cert / GIA Cert
pink unheated sapphire deep pastel pink 1.77ct sapphire
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A - Unheated 1.63ct Pink Square Cushion Sapphire. (egaj-15-14) $6,194   -   View Cert
B - 1.77ct Deep Pastel Pink Oval Sapphire (egaj-15-33) $5,310   -   View Cert
wonderful orangy pink gia certed pad sapphire
A very beautiful 1.64ct Oval Orangy-Pink Padparadscha Sapphire with lots of brilliance as can be seen in the photo. (kjcl-15a-10) $9,635 - GIA Cert
reddish pink unheated sapphire
Unheated Reddish Pink Sapphire (Oval) weighing 1.51cts. (egaj-15-80) $6,200
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salmon pink sapphire
Salmon Pink Oval Sapphire weighing 1.79cts. Color is vivid and unusual - a wonderful color. (egaj-15-07) $5,700
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unheated pad-like sapphire
Unheated Pink/Orangy Purple Oval Sapphire weighing 1.82cts. (egaj-15-08) $7,280
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1.84ct Medium Pastel Pink Cushion Sapphire. (egaj-15-28) $5,152   -   View Cert
fancy sapphire with yellow body and blue sections purplish pink sapphire
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A - Square Cushion Yellow Sapphire(1.86ct) with various parts of the gemstone being blue - related to elements present during the Sapphire crystal growth. Unique and not too common, especially to see it in a facted gemstone. (egaj-15-43) $3,162   -   View Cert
B - 2.04ct Oval Purplish Pink Sapphire. (egaj-15-55) $5,508   -   View Cert
certed reddish pink 2.13ct oval sapphire certed deep 'glowing' pink sapphire
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A - Reddish Pink Oval Sapphire weighing 2.13ct. (egaj-15-46) $6,359   -   View Cert
B - Square Cushion Deep Glowing Pink 2.14ct Sapphire. (egaj-15-58) $7,490   -   View Cert
unheated glowing blue sapphire unheated oval sapphire from madagascar
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A - Unheated 2.22ct Oval Sapphire - Medium Glowing Blue. (egaj-15-26) $9.990   -   View Cert / GIA Cert
B - Unheated 2.29ct Oval Sapphire, nice Medium Blue - Madagascar. (kjcl-15a-14) $10,305 - GIA Cert
2.60ct oval pink sapphire
Unheated Purplish Pink Sapphire Oval weighing 2.65cts. (egaj-15-74) $9,100 - GIA Cert
deep glowing blue certed sapphire
Deep Glowing Blue Square Cushion Sapphire weighing 1.97cts. (egaj-15-73) $7,289
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unique multi-colored, orange and green sapphire
Another one-of-a-king piece we encountered was this multi-colored fancy Sapphire consisting of orange and green coloration, weighing 2.09cts. Many times these colors can mix and become muddy. Within this particular gem, the colors are remaining separate and not mixing, providing a very pleasing interesting color combination especially when in motion. Perhaps after all these years, the secret is out - that there are some very unique pieces of faceted multi-colored sapphire and some of those are very beautiful to view. It is much harder to obtain fair prices on these pieces, but when we see them, we attempt to negotiate and make the purchase. We were lucky enough to find a total of about three pieces, with the others being displayed above. This particular one is also an interesting unique color combination not seen before by us. (egaj-15-68) $7,315
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deep neon pink sapphire light yellow unheated square radiant sapphire
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A - 2.61ct Deep Neon Pink Oval Sapphire. (egaj-15-09) $9,135   -   View Cert
B - Unheated 3.50ct Square Radiant Yellow Sapphire. (egaj-15-12) $7,350   -   View Cert
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Unheated Blue Sapphire with highlights of Green - 2.77ct Cushion. (egaj-15-62) $13,850
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GIA Cert
unheated orange-pink gia certed 2.86ct pad sapphire
Unheated Large 2.86ct Oval Orange-Pink Sapphire - Certed as a Padparadscha (GIA). (egaj-15-70)
Price Upon Request.
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2.97ct emerald cut blue sapphire
Emerald Cut 2.97ct Blue Sapphire. (egaj-15-75) $9,472
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large orange-pink unheated gia certed 3.55ct pad sapphire
Large Unheated Orange-Pink GIA Certed Padparadscha 3.52ct Oval Sapphire. (egaj-15-81)
Price Upon Request.
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GIA Cert
pinkish orange unheated sapphire
Described as a purplish brown in the cert, we see this color changing/shifting depending on the available lights - from Orangy to Pinkish. This 1.69ct is Unheated, well cut, has a great polish and brilliance and rounds in general are a hard commodity in Sapphire/Ruby. One of our associates feel in love with this gem and thought that everyone would love this piece. He described it as the color of autumn. (egaj-15-85) $3,718
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color change sapphire
Color Change Sapphire(unheated), weighing 1.15ct, and changes from Blue to Purple depending on lighting conditions. Unheated. (egaj-15-63) $1,975
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Large 3.56ct Purple Pink Sapphire, a very vivid pretty gem! (nee-15-01) $17,800
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1.47ct Color Change Sapphire, a Round, which is less common, especially in Color Change Sapphire. Changes from Blue to Purple depending on the available wavelengths in various lights. Unheated. (egaj-15-61) $2,940
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A large 4.04ct Deep Powder Blue Sapphire Oval. (egaj-15-11) $12,120
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Unheated Oval Color Change Sapphire weighing 2.15cts. Blue to Purple Color Change depending on the lights. (egaj-15-38) $3,763
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Unheated 0.98ct Ruby - GIA Certed!
GIA Certed 0.98ct Ruby - UNHEATED
GIA Certed Ruby weighing 0.98cts, purplish red, UNHEATED; (egaj-11-03) $3,920
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GIA Certed 1.13ct Ruby!
GIA Certed 1.13ct Ruby
1.13ct Purplish Red GIA Certed Ruby (egaj-11-61) $4,520
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GIA Certed Purplish Red Ruby!
GIA Certed Purplish Red 1.50ct Ruby
1.50ct oval Purplish Red Ruby from Ceylon. GIA Certed. (ajay-15-01) $6,000
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GIA Certed UNHEATED 1.55ct Ruby!
GIA Certed UNHEATED 1.55ct Oval Ruby
GIA Certed 1.55ct Purplish Red Ruby - UNHEATED (egl-08-02) $9,300
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GIA Certed UNHEATED 1.73ct Ruby (or Sapphire??) - Color Shifter!
Best Description: Purple Sapphire under Fluorescent/Red Ruby Under Incandescent!
GIA Certed Ruby (Color Shifter) - Unheated 1.73ct
This INCREDIBLE 1.73ct gemstone from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) color shifts. This gem stood out among many hundreds of Rubies that we were looking at. It is a very UNIQUE piece, as in person you can see two distinct colors depending on the lights. Ruby and Sapphire are the same mineral (Corundum) and it is only the percentage of red that makes a Sapphire, a Ruby. Under fluorescent light, it is more purple and therefore, we would call it Sapphire - as did a lab in Bangkok. Under incandescent light, it dances with sparkle/scintillation and displays a red with some purple highlights. Under GIA grading lights, this was graded a Purplish Red Ruby. In over 35 years in the gemstone business, we haven't had a little beauty quite like this - nor have we seen a gemstone in corundum that shifts from a Sapphire to Ruby or Ruby to Sapphire depending on the lights/wavelengths available.

This particular gemstone was discussed with another Gemologist (degree from GIA and an appraiser north of Boston). He also thought it a unique gem and was surpised to see that one could call it a Sapphire or even a Ruby - dependent on the lighting. This gemologist believed that GIA would note the color change/shift. After receiving the gem back from GIA, the owner of All That Glitters called the GIA Gem Lab to see why this characteristic wasn't noted on the cert. We were put in touch with a person whose specialty is colored gemstones within the lab and he indicated that he remembered the gemstone and that internally, they had discussions on this very piece, comtemplating what the cert should be and what the content should read. It was also noted that the gemstone displayed a Reverse Color Change/Shift - another physical property that just adds more interest and rarity to the piece! In discussing my observations and hearing thoughts within GIA, the gentleman within GIA requested to have the gemstone sent back in for further discussions as more lab members would be brought into the discussion(a key player was traveling internationally when this gemstone was in the lab) so as to create a more accurate report. All That Glitters will be taking this piece to Tucson and will meet with the director (and others) of the GIA Gem Lab and will allow them to take it back to Carlsbad for further study, investigation and discussions. For some, this gemstone causes a dilema - how can a faceted Corundum be both a Sapphire and Ruby? Rather than issuing perhaps a Sapphire or Ruby Report, perhaps identifying it as Corundum, with a color change/shift from Red to Purple depending on lights/wavelengths available, and with a comment indicating that this is a color change or color shifting Natural Corundum (No Heat) and that it may be called a Sapphire under some lights or a Ruby under others, could indeed cover all bases.

If someone would like to purchase this beauty prior to Tucson 2016 (late January/early February) they are welcome to send the piece into the GIA Gem Lab - we will provide our contact information within the GIA Gem Lab. Our GIA contact is expecting to receive this piece again sometime in the future.

This is a rich saturated gem, but not overly dark- as noted, there is more sparkle under incandescent lights, which is probably due to Chromium which gives Ruby color and glow. GIA Certed Ruby and another plus - Unheated! (svd-07-04) (Price Upon Request)
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gia certed unheated red orange sapphire
A nice 2.04ct Oval Salmon Orange Sapphire (egaj-11-55) $9,750
A very lively and super color of a Sapphire. When examined under power there was an internal crystal that popped out during the cutting process, which is often the case in Sapphires and Rubies - and that can happen anywhere in the gemstone. In this case, it has occurred at about 2 o'clock in the photo above - a perfect position to be covered/hidden by a prong. Other Sapphires/Rubys in stock have similar crystals that left small voids on the surface because they came out during the cutting; very typical. We have only noted this one as you can see it in the outline of the gemstone when louped or if one has very good eyesight. It does not affect this gemstone from being a Fine Sapphire. We have had this gemstone certed by GIA. GIA's color description was reddish orange and it is UNHEATED.
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5.79t Star Sapphire
certed star sapphire
This 5.79ct Star Sapphire hails from Thailand and has a very decent start as can be seen in the photo and the video. It is multi-colored, being deep blue, greenish, greyish and other subtle colors. Great for a man's or woman's ring - other possibilities exist too! Gem was not tested for heat or other enhancement, but we were told that it had been heated. Usually heat dissolves the inclusions that cause the star; one can see the typical pattern of some banding internally, which is typical of Star Sapphire. The star is evident under the typical pinpoint light source, but is it sharper when the light source is closer to the gem. Great Price for what it is. (kwrt-14-01) $750
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2.16ct Ruby with GIA Cert
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2.16ct Oval Ruby hailing from Ceylon, the land of Corundum. The area is specifically Nivitigala. A deep red with magenta overtones depending on the lights. A very clean stone, very decent cut, brilliant. Not the best photo. We have attempted to recreate the color the eye sees, but Ruby is one of the most difficult gemstones to truly capture the color via photography. This was heated the old fashioned way with hot embers from coconut shells and long blow pipes. It is a low heat method vs. the typical way it is usually done. The photos of the GIA shows more purple, but it depends on the lights, as under incandescent light, it is what one expects from a fine Ruby - Ruby Red! Information from GIA: Natural Ruby, Heated, Purplish Red 8.20x5.90x5.07mm (dwb-13-01) $14,322
An Unheard of Rarity - 2.71ct Bicolor Demantoid Garnet - NEWLY CERTED!
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This is certainly a one of a kind piece and has been certed as a Demantoid - how often does one see a bicolor in Demantoid Garnet? A few small inclusions as one can see, but doesn't affect the rarity and uniqueness of this particular gem! The GIA Cert has a decent photo of this gem in the cert below. This One-Of-A-Kind piece was discussed at length in the GIA GemLab among the 3 who work there. They all agreed that it was an Andradite, but the Species was not listed as Demantoid because Demantoid is green; the other half is a reddish and that would not be called Demantoid. In a telephone conversation between the Manager of the GemLab Identification Services and the owner of All That Glitters, (Mr. Brown), Mr. Brown was told that they thought it very unique and something that they really hadn't seen before. The manager also stated that they do not print anything like "rare", "one of a kind" , "unique", etc. on certs, even though that might be the case. He was nice enough to indicate to Mr. Brown, that he would be more than welcome to discuss this 'unique' piece with a potential customer. Contact us for more details! (btgem-11-03)
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certed demantoid
2.02ct Demantoid Garnet, super cut, dispersion, size, clarity and price! Also from Namibia. (kjcl-11-22) $6,060 A nice photo of this gem can be seen in the cert below.
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Rare Large Round Fine Glowing Deep Blue Sapphire weighing 3.75cts and measuring 8.8mm! (egaj-11-22) $28,125 This gemstone, as well as the one above, are important due to their size, shape and color. Rounds are not very common at ALL in this size. The color on these two gems is super. They were purchased together in our Ratnapura office. It took a two days of negotiating. Anyone in the gemstone business dealing with color will know that these gems are rare - including the dealer who owned both pieces. The runner with these gems, went back numerous times with offers and counter offers, only to come back with a difference of $13 near the end of negotiations. The stones were special enough where they wouldn't agree to the last price offered, but wanted that extra $13. The difference would buy a nice Tandoori Chicken pizza from Dominos in Colombo, but not an exceeding large amount or difference. Due to the fact that this was our last deal/purchase in Ratnapura, the difference was not an issue for gemstones of this quality, the fact that Mr. Brown of All That Glitters had to see a local doctor and was feeling absolutely horrible, and the possibility that negotiations would break down entirely or they would be purchased by someone else either on their way to the owners of these gems or perhaps on the way back to our office, we HAD to purchase them and were very happy. We hadn't had this quality of Blue Sapphire, Shape, Size, etc. offered to us in 30+ years...
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certed sapph_361pt_fancy-em_deep-glowing-blue
One of the last gemstones that was rushed to us prior to departing to the airport in Sri Lanka. This had been under negotiations for some time and we only came to an agreement on the day of our departure. A lively deep glowing blue 3.60ct Sapphire with a brilliant bottom which gives it the brilliance seen. A unique shape for Sapphire and also a very large one too! Approximate dimensions: 10.39x6.88x5.33mm (egaj-11-68) $19,703
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certed fancy sapphire
A uniquely colored bright medium Salmon Pink 1.34ct Oval Sapphire. (Purchased as a Pad) $4,515 (egaj-11-47) A nice unique color which is better caught in the cert by GIA. To quote the lab - " a very nice stone that munsell color chip matches to a pure red hue".
certed blue sapphire
1.76ct Oval Glowing Blue Blue Sapphire (egaj-11-06) $5,280
certed purple sapphire
2.22ct Purplish Emerald Cut Sapphire (egaj-11-57) $6,216
certed pink sapphire
Cushion Shaped 2.60ct Sapphire of a Medium Pink (egaj-11-31) $7,150
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2.97ct Cushion Sapphire of a Medium Glowing Blue color (egaj-11-40) $12,250
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3.47ct Oval Fine Deep Blue Sapphire. Larger pieces tend to be far more costly per carat! (egaj-11-24) $16,185
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A very large 7.00ct Cushion Shaped Sapphire of a unique color, somewhat similar to the Hope Diamond... (egaj-11-23) $52,500 GIA calls this a Green-Blue. (Low price for a nice large Natural Sapphire - and clean too even with a loupe!)
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7.60ct Color Change Sapphire - UNHEATED
This gemstone was discovered on a family's farm in Sri Lanka in about the 1942 timeframe and was recut from over 10cts to produce this brilliant gemstone. The color is a wonderful rich, velvety blue to a beautiful purple depending on the lighting available. Due to the color, faceting, size, etc., we have yet to see a finer example or a better price. This has been exhibited within a dealers booth in Tucson - he sells fancy colored diamonds which may sell for more than one million dollars. Though he is known for diamonds, he displayed this fine gem just because of his knowledge of how rare this particular stone is. The woman responsible for viewing gemstones for Christie's Auction House in Chicago has also seen the piece and has also indicated that this is the finest example of a color change sapphire of this size that she has seen to date. (pgml-93-01)
Approximate Dimensions: 11.04x9.15x8.08mm - Contact Us for Pricing
certed burmese ruby
1.07ct OvalBurmese Ruby. Great piece. Mostly clean as you can see from the photo. Color is a great Ruby Red. Certified - evidence of Heat, from both GIA as well as another lab; origin determined to be Burma on the GIA Cert. This is a fine example of Ruby and one would be hard pressed to find such a Ruby in any stores except those carrying high end fine gemstones. Color reproduction of red is difficult and we have had difficulty photographing all of our Rubies. We do guarantee that the color is extremely fine! (Approx 6.58x5.21x3.36mm) $5,736 (svd-07-05) (Currently at or below wholesale)
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A very nice Ruby Red 1.71ct Ruby. Under the right lights, one can see some silk which is typical of corundum (Sapphire and Ruby). Though a dealer who sells Rubys thought this looked like a Burmese Ruby, it actually is said to be from Mozambique, as noted on the cert from GIA. (minco-12-01) $8,550
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This is also another incredible Burmese Ruby, a color that one seeks, similar to the above gemstones, but this has more inclusions. There is a void on the pavillion (which is very common in Ruby of value as they facet the largest gem they can) and one plus to this is that it wasn't filled accidently during the heating process. This is a large 2.02ct, of very good color and it looks wonderful under incandescent lights - those lights that Ruby looks best in due to the Chromium content of fine gems. This is one of those gemstones that people seek out - we got a great price on it, and we will be selling it at a great price too as we always attempt to do! This will look super in a ring and it just glows. For someone desiring a nice looking Ruby, in a large size with good color and at a great price - look no further. Color reproduction of red is difficult and we have had difficulty photographing all of our Rubies. We do guarantee that the color is extremely fine! (Approx 7.2x6.2x4.8mm) (svd-07-03) $13,998 (Currently at or below wholesale)
Tucson 2011 Update on Prices: We saw a few Burmese Rubies, just over 2cts, good color and heated. Our wholesale cost was from the NY dealer was $6,000/ct and the Russian business was asking $17,500/ct. Note that Burmese Ruby can no longer enter the country because of an Embargo that went into effect in 2008. All of our Burmese Rubies were imported prior to that time. Fine Rubys Continue to Rise in Price...!
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A very large Burmese Certed Ruby of Fine Color - 2.02ct! Color is a great Ruby Red, though the cert indicates a Pink Red. After seeing some of their color descriptions of Spessartite, Rhodolite and other gemstones certed by this lab, we are not concerned that they used the term Pink! Certified - evidence of Heat but no evidence of fillers (which is rare). This is a fine example of Ruby and one would be hard pressed to find such a Ruby in any stores except those carrying high end fine gemstones. This is a gemstone that we would have offered to Tiffanys and a few other stores, but they are currently not purchasing any material with the name Burma associated with it. Many gemstones come across the border illegally and by-pass the government. These gemstones therefore do not put money in to the pockets of a repressive government, but help those individuals who mine the material and are lucky enough to find and sell gemstones such as this. Our Burmese Rubys were purchased prior to the US Embargo on Bumerse Rubys. Color reproduction of red is difficult and we have had difficulty photographing all of our Rubies. We do guarantee that the color is extremely fine! (Approx 7.54X6.28X4.86mm) (svd-07-02) $17,568 (Currently at or below wholesale) Fine Rubys Continue to Rise in Price...!
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Certified 2.04ct Burmese Ruby. Color is a great Ruby Red, though the original cert indicates a Pink Red. After seeing some of their color descriptions of Spessartite, Rhodolite and other gemstones certed by this lab, we are not concerted that they used the term Pink! Certified - evidence of Heat. This is a fine example of Ruby and one would be hard pressed to find such a Ruby in any stores except those carrying high end fine gemstones. This is a gemstone that we would have offered to Tiffanys and a few other stores, but they are currently not purchasing any material with the name Burma associated with it. Many gemstones come across the border illegally and by-pass the government. These gemstones therefore do not put money in to the pockets of a repressive government, but help those individuals who mine the material and are lucky enough to find and sell gemstones such as this. Our Burmese Rubys were purchased prior to the US Embargo on Bumerse Rubys. Color reproduction of red is difficult and we have had difficulty photographing all of our Rubies. We do guarantee that the color is extremely fine! (Approx 7.12x6.17x5.23mm) (svd-07-01) $17,736 (Currently at or below wholesale) Fine Rubys Continue to Rise in Price...!
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3.03ct Oval Ruby from Winza, Heated. Super piece because of the size. Top photo is really a bad one, but hard to capture the real color and life of the gemstone. We have taken a 2nd photo of this important gemstone. In looking at an old 2010 The Guide Wholesale Price List, we are certainly below wholesale and prices are WAY UP since 2010. Have seen a 3.59ct on the market from some of our associates that we can offer for $107,700(2013)and at todays prices, that is still a good buy. $54,540
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certed garnet
3.59ct Yellowish Pyrope-Spessartine Garnet. The color is a yellow with a hint of orange. The color did not photograph well and is too golden in this photo. However, it is a unique color, lively, well cut, clean gem! This would most likely classify as a variety of Malaia Garnet, but with a very distince unusual color... (egaj-11-54) $1,077
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A 2.03ct UNHEATED Pink Sapphire from Sri Lanka. Have done two photos as the color was difficult to obtain, but the color is really nice with some hints of blue in the high lights depending on the lights available. Please excuse the lint form the polishing cloth which is on the surface...$8,120. (neecb-11-05)
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A - 2.28ct Glowing Blue Oval Madagascar Sapphire (kjcl-11-11) $8,550
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B - Matched pair of Purple Sapphire weighing 2.06cts - UNHEATED (Mozambique) (vpgem-11-02) $2,900
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A - 1.54ct Pear Shaped Ruby from Mozambique. Certed as having been heated with insignificant residue, which means that there are some surface marks that got filled in with some of the material (borax?) that is used to surround the gemstone when heated. This is not meant to deceive as glass filling, but just a by product of heating at times if there are any voids, scratches on the surface of the gem when heated. Not the best photo as we shot it slightly off angle - so the gemstone is properly cut and not skewed as shown in the photo! (kjcl-11-12) $6,800
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B - 3.03ct Oval Ruby from Winza, Heated. Super piece because of the size. (neecb-11-01) $26,016
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A - 1.02ct Cushion Ruby, UNHEATED, from Winza (neecb-11-03) $4,590
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B - 1.10ct Oval Ruby, UNHEATED (neecb-11-03) $5,775
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A - 1.00ct Squarish Cushion Shaped Ruby, UNHEATED, from Winza (neecb-11-04) $4,500
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B - 1.01ct Pear Shaped Ruby, UNHEATED, from Winza (Fibers from polishing cloth can be seen on the surface) (neecb-11-02) $4,545
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A - 2.64ct Orangy Pink Oval Sapphire, UNHEATED Note the color description - the color description of a Padparadscha. It was bought as a Pad, but we always sell as a Orangy Sapphire. It is a rather unique gemstone, in that under diffused daylight, it looks like a smoky pink, and then under incandescent, it is a bright lively reddish orange. Depending on the lights available, this seems to be a real color changer!) (egaj-11-37) $9,900
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B - 3.24ct Medium Blue Octagon Sapphire, UNHEATED Not a common shape for Sapphire and a very good size!
(egaj-11-25) $14,580
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A - 1.74ct Fine Deep Blue Oval Sapphire, UNHEATED (egaj-11-29) $6,525
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B - 2.17ct Light to Medium Blue Lively Sapphire (Cushion), UNHEATED, (egaj-11-27) $8,138
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A - 0.84ct Round Blue Sapphire UNHEATED (egaj-11-04) $1,365
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B - 1.15ct Deep Blue Oval Sapphire, UNHEATED (egaj-11-28) $3,666
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A - 1.25ct Light Yellow Oval UNHEATED Sapphire (egaj-11-02) $1,563
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B - 1.87ct Medium Yellow Oval UNHEATED Sapphire (egaj-11-01) $2,238
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certed ruby
1.24ct Deep Pinish Red Sq Cushion - Ruby. This beauty is like a glowing ember of a fire... Not a great photo. UNHEATED and Certed. 5.91x5.21x4.39mm (blgj-05-04) $5,952
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A wonderfully brilliant 2.18ct Sapphire that shows a color shift from a pleasant dusty salmon to bright reddish or purplish pink! Described in the Cert as heated and of an orangy purple! 8.52x6.40x4.85mm (blgj-10-01) $6,540
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Another shape not commonly seen in Fine Sapphire and that is why we have it in inventory! It weighs 2.88cts and is a fancy emerald cut. Depending on the lights, this gem will look either more blue or purple. A lively gemstone. UNHEATED and Certed. 9.18x5.85x4.95mm (blgj-10-02) $10,800
certed sapph_cc_393pt_cush
3.91ct Oval/cushion Shaped Color Change Sapphire. The stone has a good purple and under different lights can appear as a Tanzanite color (purple/blue). 9.16x7.50x6.24mm Under other lights, a unique blue. UNHEATED and Certed. (blgj-05-03) $18,329
Large Color Changing Sapphire - A Real Beauty!
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3.86ct Oval Color Change Sapphire from Ceylon (Sri Lanka); Wonderful cutting and color; changes from purple to bluish. Fine large example of not only a sapphire, but a rarity too. Slight feather off to the side. UNHEATED and Certed. 10.04x6.43x6.74mm (baryco-96-02) $18,049
6.21ct Blue Sapphire
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A large brilliant Blue Sapphire... Small feather near top (visible from the back of the stone - not the front) 10.0x9.00x7.68mm UNHEATED and Certed. (pgml-93-03) $30,275
4.38ct Blue Sapphire
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A wonderfully brilliant blue from Ceylon. A large Sapphire to grace a custom designed ring for a future family heirloom. 9.55x7.24x7.13mm UNHEATED and Certed. (minco-93-01) $21,565
certed tsavorite
This is the Chrome-like Green that one seeks out in this gemstone. Certed 2.02ct Tsavorite (Green Garnet), measuring 9.75x6.13x5.15mm. (pond-07-01) $4,646
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certed garnet
4.18ct Color Shifting Garnet, dusty beige/rose to bright pinkish red Certified as Rhodolite ; dimensions 9.90x7.68x6.24; Color described as Purple, but we think our description is more accurate (kaek-07-01) $2,508
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1.10ct Certed Demantoid Garnet
An over 1 carat Certifed Demantoid. A Clean, decent cut and of a green tourmaline, possibly yellowish green color Demantoid. Shows Dispersion under the right lights. Not a deep green like many of the Russian gems, but this is said to be Russian. Most likely, it is African. We are trying to get more information. The location may not be all that important, but the fact that it is a certified Demantoid is! This gem does contain Chromium as one would expect of a Demantoid, as it will display red flashes when viewed using a Chelsea Filter! (bkkol-08-08) $525
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A - David Stanley Sculpted Interlocking Citrine( 2.11ct)/Amethyst(2.90ct) $735 (dstan-90a#)
Signed statement of authenticity by David Stanley
B - David Stanley Sculpted Green Tourmaline(3.99ct) $650 (dstan-90e#)
Signed statement of authenticity by David Stanley
C - David Stanley Sculpted Interlocking Citrine(2.26ct)/Amethyst(3.48ct) $825 (dstan-90c#)
Signed statement of authenticity by David Stanley
These pieces were designed by David Stanley, one of the first Americans working in a similar fashion to Munsteiner in Germany. These unique pieces were chosen from a few hundred pieces of David's work approximately 20 years ago. They were chosen based on the designs, keeping the customer and goldsmith in mind. Note that the citrine and amethyst pieces are separate pieces, and one can separate them with a bar of gold, diamonds, other gemstones or whatever the customer desires.
For an article on David Stanley's work and a photo of one of his design's click on the link below:
Modern Jewelers Article - David Stanley Gem Sculptor
RARE - Certified Cuprian Amethyst Purple Mozambique Tourmaline As indicated previously on the All That Glitters Website, this color from Mozambique (the cases that we are aware of that have been tested) has always been found to contain Copper and therefore is Cuprian Tourmaline.
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8.91ct Mozambique Purple Tourmaline WITH Copper CUPRIAN. RARE Color and this one is CERTED! (cwgc-10-01) Call or email for price quote - our price is approximately 60% of the wholesale price from a well known West Coast Company!
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6.47ct Cuprian Mozambique Tourmaline
13.77x9.61x7.17mm Oval Bright Pink Mozambique Tourmaline weighing a whopping 6.47cts and containing Copper. Therefore, this is a Curpian Tourmaline similar to Paraiba and other bright neony Tourmalines from other localities. A number of smaller inclusions exist, but does not affect the brilliance or overall look of this gemstone. This is also to be expected of pink and red Tourmaline, not to mention Paraiba and the bright colors coming from Mozambique! Note that this color is a bright pink with maybe a hint of purple, and it does not brown out under incandescent light. For the most part, the color is consistent under a number of different light sources. (fgj-07-01)
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4.46ct Mozambique Tourmaline, Oval, bright neon green depending on the lights (yahya-06a-02)
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5.05ct Mozambique Tourmaline, Triangle, bright neon green depending on the lights (yahya-06a-03)
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Certed 6.40ct Oval Spessarite, Good Orange. (11.65x8.79x6.59mm) (kaek-07-03) $4,320
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Certed 7.11ct Oval Spessartite, Good Orange. (11.75x9.47x7.11mm) (kaek-07-04) $4,799
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certed ruby
Not often seen, here is an unheatd Ruby. The Winza Ruby coming out of Africa, is one of the few locations in the world that currently is being mined and 'may' not be heated. Most corundum (Sapphire and Ruby), is typcially heated as is pretty much 99% of Aquamarine and Tanzanite and many colors of Tourmaline are heated too. Other countries produce Ruby that may not require heating, but Winza is producing more of this material. As you can see from the cert, it is described as a purplish red, typical to have some sort of modifier associated with red in Ruby (note the certs from the same lab for our Burmese Rubies!). Under fluorescent lights, you can see slightly more purple, but under incandescent (which is best for Ruby), it is more of a pure red. Fine Rubys Continue to Rise in Price...! To have a nicely colored, mostly clean Ruby is a real treat if it hasn't experience heat! Approx 6.35X4.96X4.16mm (estrne-11-01) $4,500
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certed ruby
A 2.14ct Fine Deep Red Ruby - photo does not do it justice. We have found that obtaining accurate colors of Ruby, Alexandrite and a few other gemstones is very difficult. Where else can you find this size, clarity, polish, sparkle, cutting, etc for under $10,000/ct ? Just finding the store that carries this quality is difficult, and we only know of two of the big names where you might find something similar... A well known local appraiser/gemologist and the owner of All That Glitters sat down to discuss a number of fine gemstones in the All That Glitters inventory; this being one of them. This Ruby POPS under incandescent light and is more subdued under fluorescent, which is what one would expect for Ruby. Approx 7.7x6.3x5.0mm (dbg-10-01) $14,124 (Currently at or below wholesale)
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certed ruby
Certified as Purplish Red Ruby, this material is from Africa and is certed as having NO evidence of heat, which is quite rare today. There are many pairs of matched rounds and ovals here. The average weight is about 32pts each. Price per carat is $750, therefore an average matched pair would run about $480. Good matched pairs in Ruby are very difficult to find. This material is a nice rich red under incandescent lights, well cut, clean, NO Heat and are super all around! Photographed under fluorescent lights. (vpng-07-05p) (The wholesale price from a West Coast company, whose matched pairs are not as well cut as ours and theirs is heated, is over our currently asking price. Expect retail prices to be approximately double.)
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We have sorted this out and matched them as best as possible. They have a really fine ruby red color under incandescent, which is where Ruby should be viewed. (Sapphire looks better under fluorescent - the Chromium within the Ruby "pops" under incandescent. We have the following pairs available:
Oval 0.51
Oval 0.57
Oval 0.58
Oval 0.60
Oval 0.60
Oval 0.61
Oval 0.61
Oval 0.61
Oval 0.62
Oval 0.63
Oval 0.72
Oval 0.77
Oval 0.78
Oval 0.80
Oval 0.96
Oval 0.99
Oval 0.99
Oval 1.00
Oval 1.12
Oval 1.15
Oval 1.15
Round 0.49 (SOLD! - to CA store)
Round 0.50
Round 0.53 (SOLD! - to CA store)
Round 0.53
Round 0.53 (SOLD! - to CA store)
Round 0.63
Round 0.64 (SOLD! -to CA store)
Round 0.71
Round 0.73 (SOLD! - to CA store)
Round 0.74
Round 0.78 (SOLD! - to CA store)
Round 0.80
Round 0.80 (SOLD! - to CA store)
Round 0.81
Round 0.82 (SOLD! - to CA store)


Note - the above Rounds are all under 4mm in size.
certed burmese ruby
1.07ct Oval Burmese Ruby. Great piece. Mostly clean as you can see from the photo. Color is a great Ruby Red. Certified - evidence of Heat but no evidence of fillers (which is rare). This is a fine example of Ruby and one would be hard pressed to find such a Ruby in any stores except those carrying high end fine gemstones. Color reproduction of red is difficult and we have had difficulty photographing all of our Rubies. We do guarantee that the color is extremely fine! (6.58x5.21x3.36mm) $5,736 (svd-07-05) (Currently at or below wholesale)
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certed burmese ruby
A very large Burmese Certed Ruby of Fine Color - 2.02ct! Color is a great Ruby Red, though the cert indicates a Pink Red. After seeing some of their color descriptions of Spessartite, Rhodolite and other gemstones certed by this lab, we are not concerted that they used the term Pink! Certified - evidence of Heat but no evidence of fillers (which is rare). This is a fine example of Ruby and one would be hard pressed to find such a Ruby in any stores except those carrying high end fine gemstones. This is a gemstone that we would have offered to Tiffanys and a few other stores, but they are currently not purchasing any material with the name Burma associated with it. Many gemstones come across the border illegally and by-pass the government. These gemstones therefore do not put money in to the pockets of a repressive government, but help those individuals who mine the material and are lucky enough to find and sell gemstones such as this. Color reproduction of red is difficult and we have had difficulty photographing all of our Rubies. We do guarantee that the color is extremely fine! (svd-07-02) $17,568 (7.54X6.28X4.86mm) (Currently at or below wholesale) Fine Rubys Continue to Rise in Price...!
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Certified 2.04ct Burmese Ruby. Color is a great Ruby Red, though the cert indicates a Pink Red. After seeing some of their color descriptions of Spessartite, Rhodolite and other gemstones certed by this lab, we are not concerted that they used the term Pink! Certified - evidence of Heat but no evidence of fillers (which is rare). This is a fine example of Ruby and one would be hard pressed to find such a Ruby in any stores except those carrying high end fine gemstones. This is a gemstone that we would have offered to Tiffanys and a few other stores, but they are currently not purchasing any material with the name Burma associated with it. Many gemstones come across the border illegally and by-pass the government. These gemstones therefore do not put money in to the pockets of a repressive government, but help those individuals who mine the material and are lucky enough to find and sell gemstones such as this. Color reproduction of red is difficult and we have had difficulty photographing all of our Rubies. We do guarantee that the color is extremely fine! (svd-07-01) $17,736 (7.12x6.17x5.23mm) (Currently at or below wholesale) Fine Rubys Continue to Rise in Price...!
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0.49ct Certed Ruby (mcm-96-03) - $980
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Though a very fine Ruby and a nice red, unfortunately this is not a very good representative photo of this gem as red is difficult to capture in photos. This can also be said of most of our photographed Rubys - almost impossible to capture via a camera/photo what the eye sees.
certed orange sapphire
An Unheated1.67ct Orangy Sapphire. Many people would call this a Padparadscha - we never make that determination. We buy Pads and sell them as Orange Sapphire, and frequently purchase Ruby and sell them as Pink Sapphire! (bbjwl-10-01) $6,959
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A 2.88ct Ovaly-Cushion Blue-Indigo Sapphire from Thailand. An incredible example and we were only able to obtain one....(8.36x7.27x5.53mm) Has a paper Cert from Burapha Gemological Lab (BGL) in Chantaburi. Since we hadn't done business with the individual who owned this gemstone, and the color, clarity, cutting were all good, we wanted to insure that our purchase was natural. The cert indicates "Natural Blue Sapphire" and will accompany the sale. A second cert from AGL will also accompany the purchase. (kaek-07-17) $10,839
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A - 1.75ct Oval Deep Glowing Blue Natural (No Heat) Sapphire - Certed Stone. Email for a copy of the cert. Approx 7.2x6x4x5.3mm (blgj-05-01) $7,875
B - 2.37ct Oval Deep Blue Sapphire Unheated, Certed by AGL. (tremac-05-01) Approx 7.7x6.2x5.9mm $11,850
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2.55ct Oval Deep Glowing Blue Natural Unheated Sapphire with Cert! Email for a copy of the cert.(blgj-05-02) Approx 9x2x7.4x4.5mm $14,280
24.97ct Tanzanite with Cert
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certed 24.97ct Deep Blue Natural Tanzanite
certed 24.97ct Deep Blue Natural Tanzanite
This large Tanzanite has rarely seen the light of day since it's purchase back in about 1990. It has a certificate from Guild Laboratories in Los Angeles, CA, along with a photograph and with a retail price of $27,000 - that was back in 1991! . The very fine larger pieces are becoming quite scarce and prices are going up. We allowed a wholesale dealer to show this off on one trip and he has never had such reactions of - WOW - with any other gemstone he has shown over his many decades of selling gemstones! No photos can do this item ANY justice! The color glows with life similar to a Kashmir Sapphire. Other lights will show the color as having purple highlights. (rma-91-02#) $27,500
To view the cert and more info: 24.97ct Tanzanite Cert
For a price comparison of a Tanzanite of similar size check out the following: costly tanzanite oval for sale

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