Note that those gemstones below are being
offered at their Initial Public Offering (IPO) and typically priced to move
quickly. Prices may increase on any particular gemstone depending on
market conditions and the fact that many of All That Glitters items are One of a
All That Glitters is known for
searching throughout the world for the Finest Gemstones and Rough of high quality
and uniqueness. Lower quality material may be be found online
or in stores, but few have the exceptional material that we offer the trade and
our online customers. Gemstones will only be added to our inventory if color,
size, cutting, clarity and price match our strict criteria!
Newly arrived Oregon Sunstone - All That Glitters Rough Facetd by one of our expert cutters in the U.S.
Haven't had time to weigh each piece, determine our cost, the price, color correct or even get decent photos as of yet.
New gems consist of an opposed bar which is reminiscent of a bicolor; two of a reddish or orangy color with other colors sparkling on the outside edge;
a mainly light green with sort of a secondary lemony color on the edges; and a freefrom blush rose and green piece with schiller.
0.72ct Round Montana Sapphire (5.7mm), Teal to Blue. Material typically has some small inclusions under power
and frequently has some zoning. Eye Clean. Lively nice gem - photo and video
doesn't not accurate capture the life and color as the eye sees. This gemstone was chosen out of a large parcel of available
pieces from a major source of this material, who happens to be a friend/associate of ours. The origin
is believed to be Rock Creek and is most likely heated. (fgi-20-03p) $720
Blue to Teal Montana Sapphire weighing 1.35cts and measuring approximately 8x6mm - easy to set
because this is a calibrated gem and will fit into any 8x6mm oval setting! Material typically has some small
inclusions under power and frequently has some zoning. Eye clean. Lively nice gem - photo and video
doesn't not accurate capture the life and color as the eye sees. This gemstone was chosen out of a large parcel of
available pieces from a major source of this material, who happens to be a friend/associate of ours. The origin
is believed to be Rock Creek and is most likely heated. This piece was showing lots of dispersion/fire under the lights
of our lightbox. (fgi-20-02) $2,000
Oval Montana Blue Sapphire with hints of teal at times, weighing 1.47cts. Dimensions are 7.3x6.0mm
Material typically has some small inclusions under power and frequently has some zoning.Eye clean.
Lively nice gem - photo and video doesn't not accurate capture the life and color as the eye sees.
This gemstone was chosen out of a large parcel of available pieces from a major source of this material,
who happens to be a friend/associate of ours. The origin is believed to be Rock Creek and is most likely heated.
6.20ct Deeply Colored Aquamarine from Madagascar. Some inclusions under power but not really eye visible. A nice large
Aqua of deep saturation not frequently seen. We wanted to produce a better looking gemstone, so we had this recut by an award
winning cutter whose work is represented in museums. A brilliant sparkler with a good polish, we have taken two photos -
the first photo is using a light ring and the second photo is under the same lighting conditions but with a star filter to show
how brilliant, reflective and lively this gem is! (grdpp-20-01) $3,100
The Threes have it! This 33.33ct Hand Grooved Emerald Cut Ametrine faceted from our specialty rough
by one of our U.S Cutters, has a free form shape and would make a wonderful pendant, pin or could even applied to a bracelet/bangle!
(Contact Us for Pricing) (ajml-19-01g)
We got two great photos of this gem and couldn't decide which one to display!
A Freeform Hand Grooved Ametrine weighing 31.00ct, faceted by our U.S. cutting specialist from carefully chosen
blended amethyst and citrine rough. We obtain our hand-picked Ametrine rough for All That Glitters directly from the one source of
Ametrine - the Anahi Mine on the Brasilian/Bolivian border; we have had a relationship with the mine owner for a long time.
First saw Ametrine shortly after it started showing up in the market in the 1970s. A wonderful material that is not overpriced in
today's market, and with All That Glitters chosing unique pieces of rough, and using U.S. facetors to flat facet or groove our material,
one is ALWAYS guaranteed that no two gems are alike, and therefore, not only will you not see an exact piece from us, but you won't find a match
anywhere else in the world! Will make an incredible piece of custom jewelry, and like our other Ametrines as well as thousands of other gemstones
in inventory, you can be assured of something unique, beautfiul and at affordable prices!... (Contact Us for Pricing) (ajml-16a-01f)
32.20ct Hand Grooved Emerald Cut Ametrine faceted from our specialty rough
by one of our U.S Cutters! Colors are good Amethyst Purple and a bronzy color depending on lights.
(Contact Us for Pricing) (ajml-19-01f)
NOTE: This Ametrine comes with an example of a 44.82ct
Rough Ametrine - FREE! The piece has some inclusions and would be considered as a represenation of
the rough or a specimen. Nice to have such an example of the gemstone and a piece of rough - even
better when there is NO cost associated with it!!
An approximate 1.90ct 7.5x6mm Tourmaline from Maine, faceted in the US and just off the dop! Eye Clean.
Various depths of pink depending on ights. The rough came from a collector who had it stashed away for decades - mined in
Maine in the 1970's, Plumbago Mtn, Plumbago Mining Company. A historic find and therefore a gem (literally) to represent
this history material. Photos represent the gem under diffused daylight several feet away, using a light ring on the
camera which I normally shoot with as it shows brilliance, and a final shot with a star filter giving an indication of how
sparkly/brilliant it is!
Gemstones found/minded in the US are in demand, and we are limited as to the material that is found in this country.
This strike of Tourmaline was MANY decades ago. I met the original founder/miners back in about 1982 - wish I had
purchased rough and also not just one 1ct Tourmaline! Those were the days - but this fine piece is nicely priced on
todays market, nice color, eye clean and it helps to be faceted in the US as the polish is superior to gems faceted elsewhere.
4.76ct Very Saturated Blue Aquamarine from Madagascar. Incredibly Deep Color and should be Unheated!
In the trade, a darker color of Aqua may be called Santa Maria Afrique, with the original Santa Maria
color being found in Brasil; those found in Africa have the Afrique nomenclature to distinguish origin.
Very lively, brilliant, nice polish - just an incredible gemstone. There is an inclusion running the best
way in the gem which when looking down through the table, cannot be seen with a 10x loupe; from the side, if it
is tipped, one can find it. Shouldn't be an issue setting or wearing this gemstone. Most retail/trade people would not guess
this is Aquamarine and would most likely think it Blue Zircon or Blue Topaz. Small 1-2ct pieces of a nice deep
aqua color like this were selling at $1000/ct wholesale at Tucson this year (2020). So a larger one is even less
common!... Also, since this is a VERY special Aquamarine in size/saturation/shape/brilliance, we took the liberty of obtaining a
cert. From a few pieces of rough material we have seen in 40 years in the business, this is also unique
in that this should be an unheated gemstone. As noted in discussions with dealers and others, this is something that one
may not see for decades on the market or in the trade. (spnnl-20-01) $5,912
Wonderfully colored Teal to Grey Purple Brasilian Alexandrite weighing 0.40cts! In the 2020 Tucson Show,
saw a 0.31ct emerald cut, very dark Alex with just a hint of purple with iffy color change and it was wholesaling at $6,200/ct.
This larger and much finer example iis selling for a fraction of that! (and with a cert) Note that the color change is noted on the cert
to be Prominent to Strong - on the back of the cert it states that color change is based on a scale of 4 (AGL based) and ranges
from Prominent to Faint... So the color change on this Alex is Prominent and worthy to note! (big-20-01) SOLD!
Neony Green Tsavorite Garnet, 1.67cts, with lots of brilliance and some dispersion/fire is evident!
(btree-20a-03) $2,000 SOLD! (Goldsmith)
Nice 1.67ct Iolite Trilliant, displaying purple with some blue depending on lights. (btree-20a-01) SOLD! (Goldsmith)
Incredibly Vivid Brilliant Burmese Spinel of 1.28cts. Depending on wdavelengths available in lights, will
be either red or more orangy. Described as an Orangy Red while utlizing
Gemewizard's software with gemstone in hand. Photo here doesn't do the color or brilliance justice. (rma-20-01) SOLD!
An Eye Catcher for Sure! Very Brilliant/Dispersive 1.67ct Spinel square, showing fire under the right lights and very
unique in that the body color is a lilac, but there are hits of gold - so the the original crystal probably
had a body color of lilac, but there was an impurity causing a small area of yellow/gold, creating interesting
play of color within the gemstone when faceted. (btree-20b-01) SOLD! (PBB)
Love this Color! It can be described as an orange color but depending on the lights, will take on more
red or pinkish highlights. This 3.05ct oval was faceted by a well-known award winning cutter and some of his work is
displayed in a museum collection. The origin of the rough was Vietnam, which has been known for producing
fine Spinel over the past several years and in wonderful colors including purples, blues, cobalt blues and in this
case, an orange! Orange Spinel is not common regardless of the country of origin. (ggc-19-04) $4,880
Very lively light pink 3.26ct Vietnamese Spinel, reminiscent of what one thinks of in Kunzite. Can be
lilac or purply a bit depending on lights. Faceted in the U.S. by a Multi-Award Winning Cutter who is represented
in museums. (ggc-20a-02) $3,260
Precious Topaz from Ouro Preto, Brasil, in a triangular shape, very brilliant, of a yellow to golden yellow
color, weighing 2.89cts. (gig-20-01) $867 SOLD! (Goldsmith)
Here's another rarity - a 0.86ct Pink Zoisite; some call this Pink Tanzanite or Fancy Tanzanite, as it is the same
mineral as Tanzanite, but can be found in various colors. Pink is the rarest of the colors found in this mineral, though
there are yellow, teal, green, etc. Faceted in the U.S. by a Multi-Award Winning Cutter who is represented
in museums. (ggc-20a-04) $1,290
One of our friends/associates had a few pieces of Uniquely Colored Zoisites (Fancy Tanzanites) in old inventory. With
these unusual colors and fine cutting, we couldn't say no to grabbing these before others. If not for our rapport with
the owner and the fact that he knew we had a soft spot for unique/unusual/rare gemstones, we could have missed the opportunity
to add thesse to our inventory. This grooved 2.10ct Deep Power Blue Zoisite has a unique color that is reminiscent of
Santa Maria Afrique Aquamarine. Some call this Fancy Tanzanite, as it is the same mineral as Tanzanite, but can be found in
various colors. This color is something that we really haven't seen before and initially, we didn't even recognize it as
a Zoisite (Tanzanite). This too was Faceted, actually Grooved, in the U.S. by a Multi-Award Winning Cutter who is represented
in museums. The grooving provides a lot of life to this piece. (ggc-20b-01) SOLD!!
In keeping with All That Glitters' Unique and Rare Gems, here is another colored version of Zoisite - a
Green Zoisite; some call this Green Tanzanite or simply Fancy Tanzanite, as it is the same
mineral as Tanzanite, but can be found in various colors. This interesting freeform weighs 4.27cts and one can almost
expect that a larger piece of rough may be faceted in such a way to utilize this rare material. Faceted in the U.S. by a
Multi-Award Winning Cutter who is represented in museums. (ggc-20a-03) $6,405 (Initial owner was seeking about $8,000 for
this unique beauty!)
This is the find of 2020 so far! With prices of fine quality rough in Tourmaline and other species, it has become
unaffordable for anything on the larger side. We encountered this beauty unexpectedly, as it was already faceted with a nice
polish and literally caught our attention when in a case with minerals, as well as a small terminated crystal of similar color.
The crystal itself would cut a smaller gemstone than this already faceted Tourmaline, and the price for the crystal was the price
of the faceted Tourmaline. The color of the faceted gemstone was glowing whether it was indoor or diffused daylight. Since the
gem was clean, had a good polish, well cut and priced below what one would normally expect, this had to be added to the
All That Glitters inventory. Some lucky store, goldsmith or person will get a steal on this when purchased.... We would describe
this Tourmaline as a cushion, weighing 11.30cts(!), of a bright medium lizard green with hints of mint or light blue. Using a
dichroscope on this gemstone, one can see both green and a light blue. The main body color is a glowing green with flashes/highlights
of light blue or mint. The photo of the piece of rough is a similarly colored piece so you can have an idea of the color of the
C and A/B axes. Mined in the Kunar Valley, Afghanistan, which has been producing Tourmaline since about the 1980s. Fine Tourmaline
has been steadily increasing in price; Maine Tourmaline of a few carats is seeing retail prices of $1000/ct. This gem is well priced
when considering that the rough is difficult to obtain and anything of size is incredibly costly. Inquire for Pricing. (srgi-20-01)
Fancy Cut/Shaped Deep Blue Zircons - lively, dispersive and a great color.
Chosen from larger parcels for their cuttins, fancy shapes and deep blue color.
Zircon on the left weighs 6.40cts and the right one weighs 4.35cts. (hjagm-20-01 and hjam-20-02) $250/ct
Fancy Cut/Shaped Deep Blue Zircons - lively, dispersive and a great color.
Chosen from larger parcels for their cuttins, fancy shapes and deep blue color.
Zircon on the left weighs 5.72cts and the right one weighs 5.40cts. (hjagm-20-03a and hjagm-20-03b) $250/ct
Fancy Cut/Shaped Super Blue Zircons - lively, dispersive and a great color.
Chosen from larger parcels for their very deep unique blue.
Zircon on the left weighs 5.08cts and the right one weighs 4.30cts. (hjagm-20-04a and hjagm-20-04b) $300/ct
1.60ct UNHEATED Fancy Cushion Ruby of a Magenta Red color. Difficult to obtain good photo with accurate color. (awa-20-01) $6,400
UNHEATED 1.76ct Oval Sapphire - would describe the color as neony deep bubble gum pink! Brilliant and a real eye catcher.
Cert Available. (Madagascar Origin - Magadascar is now recognized as being a major source of Sapphires worldwide, and to
some sense, eclipsing Sri Lanka (Ceylon) as a major supplier to the world!) (egpl-20-01) $4,400 SOLD! (Goldsmith)
Not a good photo, but a really nice looking 1.64ct Pinkish Orange Padparadscha Sapphire. Unheated. We will
guarantee that GIA will cert this as a Pad. Send it to GIA and if it is not certed as a Pad, receive a full refund
including the original shipping/insurance and the cost of the cert! Also, this represents an incredible purchase, as
the price per carat is only $2,500! The 2014 Wholesale List from The Guide (available upon request) shows the price at over $3,000/ct and we are not quoting
the highest quality and price seen in the carat weight range for this sized Pad. This is a no-brainer as one of the goldsmiths we sell to
says when he can easily triple or make even more when purchasing one of our gems....how can you loose? (emgex-20-01b) $4,100
A - Pyrite Cab, 18mm, 16.53cts, with interesting other mineral inclusions. Origin: U.S. (csii-20-02) $100 INCLUDING Shipping/Insurance!
B - Parcel of 3mm Round Rhodolite Garnets, nice color, cutting. (Photo doesn't capture color) (csii-20-01) $100 INCLUDING Shipping/Insurance! SOLD! (Goldsmith)
A beautiful pattern is found in this Agate Sphere from Madagascar. The coloring and pattern has been described as similar to
"lion fish". Chosen from a number for the colors and various patterns. Currently adorns the desk in the West Coast Office of All That Glitters.
One may find a less expensive piece, but the colors/patterns will not be like this one! $100 including Shipping/Full Insurance.
Please don't be in a rush to have this piece on display in your office or home; we like it exactly where it is! (ptzu-20-01)
$100 INCLUDING Shipping/Insurance!
A nice naturally terminated green Tourmaline crystal from Barra de Salinas, Minas Gerais, Brasil. Great as a
specimen or perhaps even set into a pendant. Weighs approx 15cts. Photo shows both the front and back.
Small shallow chip on flat natural termination that can be seen with magnification at the right light angle.(ptzu-20-02) $300
Wonderfully Naturally Etched Seymchan Meteorite Cube - Perfect! Two Different Views...(All Sides with Beautiful Etching!)
We are always on the lookout for Meteorite Cubes - the larger the better and to find a perfect
cube is difficult. The larger they are, the more potential issues. We have done well in the past at auction with these,
as they sell for more at auction than on our website! (Larger International Audience specifically seeking items like this)
The previous cubes were from a Swedish Meteorite but this from the Russian Seymchan Meteorite and when we saw the metallic
lustre as well as the beautiful etching, and the fact that the cube was perfect without defects, had to negotiate
a deal with the owner to add to the All That Glitters inventory. This piece measures approx: 3.2cm and weighs approx: 253 Grams
Certed Roman Coin from the Epfig Hoard depicting Constantine II, emperor of Roman. Note the wonderful condition, strike and surface.
Constantine II was one of the sons of Constantine I (brought Christianity to the Roman Empire) and Fausta, the last of
Constantine I's wives. She was killed by her husband, the emperor, apparently in a unique way...being boiled alive.
Her sons with Constantine I, (Constantine II and Constans) later battled over control of land within the empire, and Constans later ruled as emperor
after Constantine II's death on the battle field. The reverse shows a gate of a fortification; typically the inscription below
this image indicates the town in which the coin was minted. (lmdlt-20-01a) $350 INCLUDING Shipping/Full Insurance via Priority Box!
Certed Roman Coin from the Epfig Hoard depicting Fausta, wife of Emperor Constantine I (brought Christianity
to the Roman Empire. Note the wonderful condition and general specs of the coin. Woman were not commonly found on coinage
in Rome, so this was one of those rare occasions. Also, the year this was minted, Constantine I had Fausta executed -
being boiled alive. Her sons with Constantine I, (Constantine II and Constans) later battled over control of land within the empire, and Constans later ruled as emperor
after Constantine II's death on the battle field. Both her sons were emperors of Rome. On the reverse of this coin is an
image of Fausta holding her two sons to her breast. (lmdlt-20-01b) $350 INCLUDING Shipping/Full Insurance via Priority Box!
15.49ct Fancy Kite Blue Flash Amethyst, U.S. Cut from All That Glitters rough.
Difficult to capture the true color or brilliance. Think of a very rich velvety purple with blue highlights under
fluorescent lights. This material/rough/facet gems has been typical of this material, a darker gemstone with flashes
of red, pink, purple and blue depending on the lights and wavelengths available. You have our Satisfaction Guarantee if
for some reason this is not for you. (afgm-19-01e)
To see similar faceted gems from the same rough, visit our Amethyst/Quartz Page:
Hand Grooved 16.15ct Ametrine created by one of our cuttters from All That Glitters
Hand Selected Rough. Colors are a nice rich purple and a yellow to yellowy bronze color. Photo is not
a good representation of the color or the wonderful play of light/color within this gemstone. Like all gemstones,
we recommend seeing them in person to obtain a full appreciation of the beauty... (Contact Us for Pricing)
Extremely Unique and Beautiful Blended Ametrine(38.54ct) from hand-selected rough direclty
from the only mine producing Ametrine and Hand-Grooved by one of our specialty cutters...producing this
Fancy Shield. Obtaining accurate colors is always difficult - for this piece, think of fine Amethyst Purple
and bronze to rosy bronze as well as some various colors in between. When set, you know that this will be getting
looks and questions from everyone! (Contact Us for Pricing) (ajml-16a-01d)
12.62ct Fancy Tear Drop faceted from our specialty rough by one of our U.S Cutters!
Ametrine Fancy Oval weighing 16.27cts faceted from our rough by a U.S. Cutter.
Looks like an Amethyst unless one looks closely and tips/moves the gemstone, as then you can
see the Citrine, which adds interest. A conversation piece because those looking closely at it
will see that it just isn't Amethyst! Difficult to photograph - we photographed the back to show
the actual color zoning. Main body color is a really fine deep purple, and the sides will show flashes
of amber. (ajml-19-01j) $895
11.80ct Fancy Shield Blue Flash Amethyst, U.S. Cut from All That Glitters rough. We attempted
to modify the first photo to give a better idea of what it looked like in person, as the cameras sees the gemstone
in a vivid blue (see bottom photo). This is typical of this material and it is difficult to show customers
what it really looks like, using only a photo. Think of a very rich velvety purple with blue highlights under
fluorescent lights. (afgm-19-01d) We took several gems to a local jewelry store/goldsmith and they bought this for a
future ring or pendant. SOLD!
Mahenge Garnet (1.19ct), purplish pink, in an intersting parallelogram or diamond shape, giving a few possibilities
on how to set. Faceted in the U.S. (ag-19-01nr) $130 including Full Insurance/Shipping via USPS Priority!
Very difficult to photograph and obtain photos similar to what the eye sees - typical of Natural or Lab
Grown Alexandrite, Ruby, some Garnet as well as many other gemstones and even faceting designs.
A - 6.51ct Square Lab Grown Alexandrite, U.S. Cut in a design called the Square Dozen.
Depending on the lights, you will see bright pink, purple, green/orange/purple - wonderful when under
more than one light source. (laser-03) $651 SOLD!(Hawaii) January 7th 2020 Email: "Got the stone. It is fantastic, the cut really picks up light and all the colors!!!
... Thank you"
B - A 9.53ct Lab Grown Alexandrite, by the same U.S. Cutter and in the same design, which is a
wonderfully lively design for a cut square. Colors seen include purple, purple with blue highlights, pinkish red -
wonderful when under more than one light source. (laser-05) $953
Note: Magnification and bright lighting is required to
photograph gemstones. Some inclusions may be visible
under these circumstances. You are viewing photographs as
if you were using a loupe - not your unaided eye.
Under normal conditions, these inclusions may not be
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