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.
A 2.42ct Montana Sapphire of a blue-green color, faceted in the U.S. We obtained the rough directly from a miner
in Montana, and it was a light green. Upon cutting it, it seems as if we are pulling in some color from the other axis or there
may be some zoning. The eye blends this more vs. the closeup/magnification of the photo. It can be described as a green blue or
blue green. For an American gemstone and a Sapphire, this is priced to move at only $1,695. (bng-19-02)
Don't think much has to be said about this Montana Sapphire, as the picture can speak for itself...
This is a U.S. Gemstone and faceted in the U.S. by a cutter known for his cutting of Montana Sapphires.
The rough came from El Dorado Bar and was cut in this beautiful hexagon and weighs a whopping 2.86cts.
Color is various blues depending on the lighting being viewed under. This is a must have for those seeking
an American Sapphire from an important location and the superb cutting and fine color just adds to the desirability.
All of the Montana Sapphires below (6) are faceted in the US by one of our cutters. All have inclusions to
some extent, but they might not be visible depending on one's eyes, lighting, etc. Sparkle and depth of color can
hide the inclusions also. With close-up photography, one might see things within a gemstone that one wouldn't see under
most conditions or perhaps at all. Inclusions can help to determine natural origin, heat, etc.
Priced to Move!
View the existing inventory of All That Glitters Montana Sapphire below...
1.07ct Round Montana Sapphire, U.S. Faceted. Color varies from a blue, grey blue and purply blue - not common for MT Sapphire.
Some inclusions that one can see under light, but a very nice sized piece, great cutting, interesting color and very brilliant. (jkiln-17a-01)
A - 1.32ct Round Montana Sapphire, U.S. Faceted. A round faceted top but no real pavillion nor a culet expected
in a round. We could call this a round tablet. Color is a light blue or greyish. Interesting piece to create with or for a collection
for those seeking a Montana Sapphire. (jkiln-17b-01b)
B - 1.94ct Oval Montana Sapphire, U.S. Faceted. Blue is reminiscent of Sapphires from Sri Lanka (Ceylon). $4,850 (Only $2500/ct) (jkiln-17b-01a)
A - 2.34ct Square Cushion Part-Colored Montana Sapphire, U.S. Faceted. Really nice piece and has interesting
play of color and a great shape to work with. $5,850 (Only $2500/ct) (jkiln-17b-01c)
B - 2.50ct Elongated Emerald Cut Montana Sapphire, U.S. Faceted. (jkiln-17b-01e)
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.
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 or microscope - not your unaided eye.
Under normal conditions, these inclusions may not be
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"...the fact remains that the gem has become my favorite as soon as I opened the box.
The appraiser gave the retail price around 15K which I am happy about; but for me, appraisal is only for insurance
and the identificaion purposes..."
YH - Yardley, PA (Item purchased at $8,000; appraised at $15,000!)
"Just wanted to drop a line to tell you I am so very pleased with the Sapphire Pair --
gorgeous medium-blue and so sparkly -- and they have quite a lot of presence for the carat weight/mm size. They exhibit in
fact the blue color and sapphire performance I prefer in my blue sapphires, which is not easy find at all, so I treasure
this pair all the more."
MM - NYC, NY
"Thank you so much all is well, we got the stone last night and its amazing!
Can't wait to take it to a jeweller in the next few days :)"