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! 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? Priced to Move!...(emgex-20-01b) $5,740
1.83ct UNHEATED Oval Sapphire (GIA Certed) of a unique color that would best be described as a pink with just some orange
overtones, salmony to some extent. (The dichroscope does show both orange and pink, but the pink predomninates.) The photo does this gemstone no justice, as the color
cannot truly be captured. GIA describes the color as a purplish pink, but depending on the lights, the secondary hue we believe varies
either showing the slight purple in the cert as described or perhaps taking on that hint of orange. A great color regardless of how is it
described AND it is also unheated! (Madagascar) (egpl-19-04) $5,490
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)
1.38ct Neony Deep Bubble Gum Pink with lots of pizzazz/sparkle. (btree-19-01) $2,175
A - Unheated Purple Sapphire Oval of 1.81cts. Difficult to photograph and seeing some blue depending on lights, but it is mostly
a purple similar to commercial grade Amethyst - some of the facets show this color as shown in the photo. Consider the body color to be this color of purple.
Photo doesn't do this justice. Some inclusions under power, including needles and some voids break the surface on one of the facets on
the pavilion similar to a diamond, trying to conserve weight and leaving naturals....Origin is Madagascar. (mfg-19-01) $2,450
2.03ct Square Sapphire of an interesting Dusty Red Salmon/Reddisn Bronze color.
The color is very unique in that it does shift and you can watch it change while walking from being under one
light source to another. For those who like unusual as well as beautiful, this UNHEATED Gem is for you.
(If you don't like having to explain to people who ask what the gemstone is that you are wearing, then his Sapphire is not for you, as we guarantee
people seeing it will be asking exactly that question, which is the norm with All That Glitters Gemstones in general!)
This Sapphire hails from Madagascar, which has been producing some killer gems at times, and this is one of them!
(Less than $1750/ct for this Sapphire, a Uniquely Colored One and it is Unheated...Pricing doesn't
get better than this!...)
A - A very deep blue Sapphire trilliant weighing 2.17cts. One can see green flashes of color under
bright lights. (Madagascar) (egpl-19-05) $2,600
B - An interesting piece for a collection or perhaps pendant, this large slice of a Sapphire crystal
shows deep blue, beige, black and various colors when held up to bright lights. (Mozambique) (lcrst-19-01) $749
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.
Parti-Colored Sapphire, a Green and Blue Mix. This 2.41ct Trilliant has a base color of blue,
but also has yellow which mixes and produces some green highlights. It has the main appearance of blue when viewed, but if
one looks closely, one can see the green highlights. The green and blue do mix to give a unique color blue that the Sri Lankans
call Green Sapphire - but most would describe it as a variation of a blue. (egpl-18-03) $3,615
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
Not responsible for mismatches of prices, photos, stocknumbers, etc.
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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 :)"