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 Kind...
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!
|A 12.79ct Synthetic Alexandrite in a design called - Capital Dome, and faceted by the owner of All That Glitters.
This design has a nice facet arrangement especially on the crown and is very brilliant, catching even low level light.
Created with a thicker girdle on this particular one. A sparkler with a high polish, showing a body color of purple in diffused daylight,
with flashes of teal and peach; under fluorescent light, one sees a variation of purple/pink with highlights of peach.
Fingerprint inclusion on one side, but have only seen it under bright illumination and under magnification - doesn't affect anything.
Unforunately, the camera cannot capture all the various colors or the brilliance/sparkle that the eye sees.
Priced about 80% below the retail price of Syn Alex (which iss $495/ct from the major supplier in the U.S.), as we sell at the best price possible, purchase the costly rough directly from the lab which grows it (a 6 month timeframe?) and the owner of All That Glitters performs the custom faceting or it is sent out to be faceted by other competent facetors. This is the only synthetic that we carry as stores really find that the public enjoys this interesting/fascinating material!
Second photo shows the first set of pavilion facets as well as the girdle facets having been completed. (Total number of facets for this design is 81; by the time it is completed, the cutter has visited and worked on 400 facets, roughing it in, going to finer laps, pre-polish, final polish, etc.) (atg-20-01) $1598
|Finished and off the dop, a 8.66ct Danburite, faceted by the owner of All That Glitters. Rough believed to have
originated in Mexico, which is known for the clear/white variety. Crystal clear, clean as a whistle. Photos show the trimmed
crystal on the dop as well as starting to put in the pavilion facets where a wonderful snowflake etching could be seen and
is highlighted in the last photo. Enjoy! (atg-20-02) $475 including Shipping/Full Insurance.
(Yes, from the info above as well as the fact that this was faceted in the U.S., the price is a give-a-way for such a large, water clear, clean beautiful Danburite!!!! All That Glitters Pricing Below Wholesale as Usual!) Pricing was found online.
We have matched pair of clear Danburites, concave cut, purchased a number of years back while traveling abroad buying rough/gems. They were the first Danburites All That Glitters purchased in our 40 year history. Many of our cutter friends had mentioned how lively the material can be and how popular it was amongst some...)
|Just wanted to share a custom made pendant that All That Glitters has been creating over the past few months.
Customer had bought a custom Aquamarine from us, faceted in the U.S. from All That Glitters rough. Pendant will be
14kt white gold, rhodium plated, with numerous diamonds and the All That Glitters Aquamarine! Design was chosen for an
Art Deco look for someone who attends re-enactments of that time period. This is the CAD rendering of what the piece will
look like when completed in the near future.
Yes! We do custom work, saving you approx 30-50% off expected similar work...
|4.85ct Opposed Bar Mix, Dusty Rose to Hot Pink Tourmaline!! (alcush-96c-1a) $2,789|
|2.33ct Deep Pink Round Tourmaline, U.S. Cut (precgem-99-1k) - $932|
|2.83ct Octagon Deep Pink Tourmaline, U.S. Cut (alcush-96-01d) - $1,451|
|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
(Approx 7.2x6.2x4.8mm) (svd-07-03) $13,998 (Currently at or below wholesale)
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|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. Fine Rubys Continue to Rise in Price...!|
|We were very fortunate to visit with our associates living in Madagascar and we selected three wonderful examples of Fluorite Crystals in Water Clear Quartz! These few hand picked pieces are outstanding aesthetically - as most of this material looks nothing like this. Since these are larger gemstones, we were able to obtain very good photographs showing the Blue Flourite Crystals within the Quartz. Enjoy!|
|7.49cts (xgxc-14b-01a) $449|
|Clear Quartz with what is believed to be a Star Actinolite. This was occasionally seen on the market about 10 years ago and quickly disappeared as this wasn't a large deposit. Found a parcel and we choose the two nicest for clarity, nice stars/sprays of the Actinolite.|
|58.40ct (lss-19-02a) $584|
|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)|
|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. (Color is slightly more saturated in the video and probably more similar to the photo. Type of lighting can make a big difference also.) (ggc-20a-04) $1,290|
|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|
|Nice 1.33ct Orange UNHEATED Sapphire, not a common color! (awa-20-03) $3,059|
|1.46ct Rosey Orangy Sapphire. Possibiity it could cert as a Padparadscha depending on available lights/wavelengths and the lab/person. (Poor color rendition in photo) (awa-20-02) $3,650|
|Padparadscha Sapphire with Diamonds and Glowing Blue & Pad-like Sapphire Melee, set in 18kt White Gold!|
|GIA Certed Padparadscha Sapphire weighing 0.93cts (H) - $5,900
(Photo does not do this gemstone justice, it is a very bright lively gem! The color on the office laptop matches what we see in person, but will most likely vary from display to display.)
18 Full Cut Diamonds, G-H/SI
20 Orangy Pink Sapphire Accents (N) to match the center Padparadscha
50 Glowing Blue Sapphire Accents (H)
18kt White Gold - Rhodium Plated
(Cost to set all these gemstones was just under $1000)
A beautiful bright brilliant GIA Certed Padparadscha Sapphire set in a very distinctive setting.
A super piece for an everyday wear, special events or even as an engagement ring (and there is a special wedding band that was designed for this particular piece if desired).
Extra Blue and Pad Sapphire Melee accompany the piece.
Price for Entire Ring is probably very close to what one might expect to pay for just the center gemstone in a retail environment!
|Montana Sapphire (U.S. Cut) set with blue and white Sapphire Melee - 18kt White Gold!|
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Montana Sapphire (H) (5.2mm) weighing 0.98cts and faceted in the US from All That Glitters rough! - $4,100
8 White Sapphire Accents (N)
142 Medium Blue Sapphires (H) to match the center gemstone
(Costs to set all these gemstones was over $1000...)
A U.S. gemstone and faceted in the U.S. also by one of our cutting masters!
A super piece for an everyday wear, special events or even as an engagement ring (and there is a special wedding band that was designed for this particular piece if desired).
Extra White and Blue Sapphire Melee accompany the piece.
|14.36ct Oregon Sunstone - Custom piece!|
|This unique piece was created using facets, sculpting as
well as optical dishes.. A super interesting piece for
someone who wants something unique - reminiscent of Munsteiner, Dyber and
others! This is exactly what one expects from an Oregon Sunstone - one sees
a red surrounded by clear, and of course, what many look for - Schiller
(copper platelets). You can see all of this in the photos above - a
variation of red, clear, and schiller in parallel lines. (osi-08-01) $2,154
An incredible price if one considers the cost to facet/create this, the size, the uniqueness, etc.
11.12ct Tajikistan Yellow Beryl (Heliodor)
|This unique piece was created using facets, sculpting and optical dishes, with some optical dishes being within other optical dishes. A super interesting piece for someone who wants something unique - reminiscent of Munsteiner, Dyber and others! (blumnt-13-01a) $100/ct|
|1.41ct Yellow Garnet Oval. This gem hails from Mali where this color usually originates. Much of this material belongs to the Andradite Garnet group and shows lots of fiire and dispersion. This is a decent sized gem for this material, is a nice yellow with no brown, sparkles nicely and does have a few inclusions which is also typical of this material. (coldia-06-01) $282 Priced to Move!|
|1.11ct Oval Tsavorite Garnet : $1,887 (ella-98-01|
|Wanted to share the most recent piece of jewelry created using one of All That Glitters Gemstones.
Currently working on a complicated fancy shaped Aquamarine, with diamonds, in an old fashioned Art Deco Style - custom piece requiring sketches, rework as necessary, wax model creation, hinges, adjustable chain, and more!...
|2.77ct Deep Powder Blue Spinel (8mm) bought by one of the All That Glitters customers within the past two years, and and then set in 14kt White Gold Ring (Rhodium Plated) for a beautiful unique ring. Just another customer whom has many All That Glitters gemstones in her possession (as well as her husband and four daughters) finally taking the time to work with All That Glitters to design/create a piece of jewelry so the beautiful gemstone can be worn and admired, not only by her, but by others who see it. Photo shows the unset gemstone as purchased, and then set into the ring. Ring photo is not a rendering, just photographed under different lighting conditions without a star filter. Enjoy! (Oct 2020)|
|3.54ct Oregon Sunstone in an interesting Opposed Bar Lozenge Shape showing 3 different colors - clear, green and blush rose. Faceted in the U.S. by one of our cutters from All That Glitters rough. There is a small reflector near a top edge that is not all that visible but it can be hidden if this gem is bezel or prong set. (We wanted to share the second photo as it clearly shows the interesting coloration when the gemstone is tipped on the side!) (lh-20-01) A great price at only $479.|
|An Oregon Sunstone, square cushion, weighing 6.38ct, faceted in the U.S. from All That Glitters rough. Would describe the color as copper to orangy, but with red flashes under incandescent or similar lights. Also, there are flashes of other colors on the outside edges. (demco-20-01e) $957|
|This is a very interesting piece for a few reasons. The cutter had indicated that two of the Oregon Sunstones he faceted from our rough were red; but it really depends on the wavelengths and type of light that the gemstone is viewed under! This 6.59ct Cushion Cut Oregon Sunstone appears to be a copper/orangy color under some lights, but certainly appears more red under the lights in the lightbox where the video was shot; since we have a few light sources available in the light box, we shot the video showing the copper/orange color, but the photo was grabbed from another video where one of the other light sources was used. Though the red is very attractive, this appears to be a color shifting gem and unless those lights are available, it will look more like what one sees more commonly in Oregon Sustone - an orangy, rust or copper color. Though Sunstone rough from this locality frequently has a vivid red center, when faceted the gemstone frequently looks more orange than red. In 40 years in this business, we have seen very few pure ruby red Oregon Sunstones. This particular gem also shows some other colors along the outside edge as it is moved around - adding even more interest. (demco-20-01d) $989|
|The rough of this Oregon Sunstone piece contained both a pale minty green and blush rose. Our U.S. cutter of this rough managed to not only maintain a greenish body color (vaseline green), but there are a number of other colors that dance around as the gemstone is moved while being viewed. You can see the blush rose color as the gem rotates in the video. Obtaining accurate color rendition in the photos or even the video is difficult, but this gemstone has lots of life and it is a unique color; the other highlights just add to it's appeal. This large 7.22ct square would be perfect for someone seeking a nice looking, well cut, unique Oregon Sunstone...this would fit their wishlist. (decmo-20-01c) $1,265|
|We had no idea what this piece would look like when completed, but is was a large sized piece of rough and had not only color (clear, blush, green) but copper schiller too. There were discussions of whether this should be carved to bring out the schiller and colors - this could still be done if someone wanted a more interesting design; a good deal of the work has been done and one can readily see into the gemstone so there is no guess work on what is there... This 16.07ct Freeform Parallelogram was again faceted in the U.S. from our rough. We have taken two photos attempting to show the colors and non-reflecting schiller in the first photo; the second photo was taken from the other side of the gemstone and flipped around and essentially in darkness (the lights in the lightbox were not turned on and the only light was from a window about 5ft away - but that light shows the reflection of the schiller...) One can set it into a piece of jewelry as is, re-work it if desired, or have an example of typical Oregon Sunstone (from the Plush Area) showing not only the colors but the copper schiller that Oregon Sunstone is known for... As one can probably guess, this is a give-a-way based on the fact it's faceted in the U.S., the large size of the piece and the cost of rough.... (demco-20-01f) $560 (That's not even $35/ct! Below recently released pricing of Oregon Sunstone with Schiller! To quote the article - "The price range is consistently between $38-$70 per ct regardless of size or color". We are assuming that this is the retail price but in order to view this info, one had to have a trade account...so this could be wholesale(?). The article or a screen grab of this pricing is avaialble upon request. Video available upon request also.)|
|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. (fgi-20-01) $2,200|
|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
Temporary Hold - Contact Us if Interested
|1.60ct UNHEATED Fancy Cushion Ruby of a Magenta Red color. Difficult to obtain good photo with accurate color. (awa-20-01) $6,400|
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