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!
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.
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
1.60ct UNHEATED Fancy Cushion Ruby of a Magenta Red color. Difficult to obtain good photo with accurate color. (awa-20-01) $6,400
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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NK - Islamabad Pakistan
"I received the stone this morning. It is absolutely gorgeous! I can't wait to get home to look at it under brighter lights! Thanks for all your efforts and assistance!"
SS - Dubai, UAE
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SQ - San Jose, CA
" I just wanted to tell you that I received the garnet the other day and it is stunning! The color is a knock-out in all light sources in my opinion and the gem has a very fine polish. The cut looks superb and the stone sparkles like crazy. Thank you so much for all of your help and patience with me. I will definitely be a repeat customer."
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