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 Very Large 107ct Pear Shaped Clear Quartz with A Wonderful Dendritic Pattern - Not often seen in this seen or this clear. Exceptional and priced to move at a very low price for what this is... (chasgm-24-01) $963
|Detail/Closeup of Photo Above
|A fine blue green to purply Natural Alexandrite weighing 0.49cts. Prices have climbed dramatically over the past few years on this material, and still extremeley difficult to obtain good material as most is included, overly dark and the color change isn't worth noting. The blue green on this one is really strong and it will go to a purple color. Small but nice considering what is on the market and avaialble, but that can always be said of this material! (big-24-01) $2940 (Great price on this!)
|Large 3.41ct Neony Tsavorite Garnet Oval. Has inclusions which can be seen under power and in this photo, but a brilliant/sparkly gemstone as the inclusions are small and not all that noticeable with the naked eye. (ik-24-01) $5115
|This was a find! A Very Large Orangy Tourmaline from Mozambique, whose cutting and polish will dazzle your eyes from the internals in this gem to the mirror surface. Surprised to see such a large clean well cut gemstone in Tourmaline now-a-days. The rough for something like this is difficult to find, not to mention the crazy prices seen out there. Therefore this 15.96ct spectacular Tourmaline is underpriced in todays market. (afgem-24-01) $11,970
|The Trade is Seeing Some Large Fine Quality Opal
After looking at literally thousands of pieces, only a few meet criteria
for the All That Glitters Collection
Below are two examples, followed by an even large piece below showing Incredible Play of Color!
|A - Large 13.57ct Elongated Pear Opal - as you can see, the colors are Phenomenal! Upon request, we do have a video availalbe, though it is not the high quality videos we attempt to create. (psp-24-01) $2035
|B - A 15.83ct Pear Shaped Opal, showing lots of Play of Color, another great example. Upon request, we do have a video availalbe, though it is not the high quality videos we attempt to create. (me-24-01) $2770
|Fine 23.42ct Cushion Opal with high dome showing incredible swarths of all kinds of colors! Upon request, we do have a video availalbe, though it is not the high quality videos we attempt to create. (psp-24-02) $4684
|A Very Unique Natural Tricolor Quartz carved/faceted by a Multi-Award Winning Cutter, who recently one in a category receiving an award in 2024 from AGTA in their Cutting Edge Annual Competition. This exact material has also won praise when the cutter made a whole suite of these unique pieces, creating a necklace - this prestigious piece resides in the Alfie Norville Gem & Mineral Museum in Tucson. Should you purchase one of these rare pieces, you can visit the related gems and view the necklace in the museum. Note that this unique quartz, growing in zones of deep glowing amethyst, changing to clear and then back to Amethyst, is found in a deposit in Morocco and is not common found in general, not to mention one needs transparent and clean material in order to faceted gems. We love this material and managed to talk our associate into releasing the last few of the pieces he had. This gem weighs 6.80cts and typically has a price of $300/ct. We can offer our few pieces at $200/ct. (ggc-24a-01) $1360
|A Very Unique Natural Tricolor Quartz carved/faceted by a Multi-Award Winning Cutter, who recently one in a category receiving an award in 2024 from AGTA in their Cutting Edge Annual Competition. This exact material has also won praise when the cutter made a whole suite of these unique pieces, creating a necklace - this prestigious piece resides in the Alfie Norville Gem & Mineral Museum in Tucson. Should you purchase one of these rare pieces, you can visit the related gems and view the necklace in the museum. Note that this unique quartz, growing in zones of deep glowing amethyst, changing to clear and then back to Amethyst, is found in a deposit in Morocco and is not common found in general, not to mention one needs transparent and clean material in order to faceted gems. We love this material and managed to talk our associate into releasing the last few of the pieces he had. This gem weighs 10.75cts and typically has a price of $300/ct. We can offer our few pieces at $200/ct. (ggc-24a-02) $2150
|A Very Unique Natural Tricolor Quartz carved/faceted by a Multi-Award Winning Cutter, who recently one in a category receiving an award in 2024 from AGTA in their Cutting Edge Annual Competition. This exact material has also won praise when the cutter made a whole suite of these unique pieces, creating a necklace - this prestigious piece resides in the Alfie Norville Gem & Mineral Museum in Tucson. Should you purchase one of these rare pieces, you can visit the related gems and view the necklace in the museum. Note that this unique quartz, growing in zones of deep glowing amethyst, changing to clear and then back to Amethyst, is found in a deposit in Morocco and is not common found in general, not to mention one needs transparent and clean material in order to faceted gems. We love this material and managed to talk our associate into releasing the last few of the pieces he had. This gem weighs 12.37cts and is the largest and most saturated in color in our most recent acquisition. This material typically has a price of $300/ct. We can offer our few pieces at $200/ct. (ggc-24a-03) $2474
|We were fortunate to find such a nice precision faceted 6.53ct Natural Pink Topaz originally mined in Ouro Preto decades ago. The cutter of this piece is a Well-Known Multi-Award Winning Cutter whose work is in museums. Pink Topaz of any size is quite rare and this is considered to be a large one! Clean, properly faceted, high polish all mean that this is an important gemstone! (ggc-24b-01) $13060
|A 3.43ct Imperial Topaz from Ouro Preto. The price of fine Topaz has gone up over the past few years. It is difficult to find quality rough. This is a real beauty having the hint of peach, some pink and orange body color, and it is a nice shape for a ring or pendant. (bzmgm-24-01) $5145
|One has to be very lucky to encounter a Fine Quality Colored Ouro Preto Topaz now. Large pieces just don't exist. Very rare to find larger crystals and typically they are far from clean and therefore, they are more mineral specimens and not for cutting gemstones. However, some larger crystals might have a section of clarity in the center and that was the case of this piece. It was purchased by a friend/associate of ours decades ago and he found a clean section that allowed him to facet this almost 20ct gem! The cutter is known as being a Multi-Award Winner, winning another prestigious award just this year from AGTA for his entry into the Cutting Edge Awards Competition. His work is also on display in a museum in Tucson. This 19.41ct Pear Shaped Imperial Topaz is entirely clean and has been precision faceted by the cutter; perfection in cutting and the polish only enhances this gem as the facets act as mirrors and reflects light on the surface while light is reflected internally! In Tucson 2024, with dealer from around the world, the owner of All That Glitters walked all the shows looking for anything equivalent in this size. Only one gemstone of 18.84ct was found; the next closest was 14.94cts. The prices were actually displayed along with these gems - our price on the All That Glitters Website is essentially the price offered to the trade. We have a price of Only $2100/ct on this massively large Ouro Preto Imperial Topaz. We would expect a markup to be between 50-100% in a retail store. (ggc-24a-04) $25233
|Most people probably haven't heard of Sphene before, but it comes in various colors, such as yellow, orange, brown and green. It is known for being highly dispersive, even higher than diamond; so you will see Fire coming off of most of them. So much at times that you can't miss it in some colors/cuts. Chrome Sphene is rare as it contains Chromium and is a deeper richer green than the non-Chromium containing Green Sphenes. It frequetnly has inclusions, especially if the gems are on the larger side. The price for larger Sphenes can disappoint many as the larger pieces, with dispersion, that dazzle the eyes are higher in price per carat than smaller ones. It is a softer gemstone and the recommendation would be to wear it in a pendant. This 2.10ct is real beauty and in both photos here, you can see various colors coming off some of the facets - that is the Fire/Dispersion! (ik-24-03) $840
|A Very Lively 7.11ct Orangy Zircon with a great polish - so one has internal sparkle/brilliance and major reflections
off of the facets due to the polish! Dispersion is evident too, making it look like a fancy diamonds. (ik-24-02) $2133
|A Stunning Glowing Blue Sapphire weighing 2.50cts, Certed by GIA, surrounded with 1cts of Diamonds, set in a Platinum ring. Note that the carat weight of the Sapphire as well as the diamonds and the fact that it is Platinum is stamped on the inside of the band. (rs-24b-01) $11,500 (Calculations show this is at about 70% off of the retail estimate - therefore a savings of 30%)
|Photos cannot do this Pink Sapphire/Ring Any Justice! The color is a Glowing Magenta Pink and lively, flanked by two Natural Diamonds. The Sapphire is a whopping 5.33cts and is certed by AGL. The Diamonds are SI1/G-H in color and weigh 1ct in total weight, so therefore, 0.50cts each. Set in a custom 18kt Yellow Gold Ring. Pink Sapphires of this size are in demand and have increased in price over the past few years. The total estimated retail price for this is approximately $40k. When we saw this large Sapphire, we knew that the designer must have had this for some time as the price didn't truly reflect pricing of the center Sapphire at todays prices and was perhaps in inventory/the vault for some time. So here is another steal from All That Glitters - can't buy the Sapphire at our price, in fact, the calculations show that the retail price of just the Sapphire is slightly over $35k. Photos cannot capture the real beauty or true color of this piece. This is a Must See (and a Must Wear!) (dei-24-01) $28,000 (Calculations show a savings of about 30% off of the estimated retail; Sapphires of this size and color will be retailing for approx $7000-$1000/ct)
|A large 1.80ct Natural Alexandrite Oval set with 1.23cts of Diamonds in a Platinum Ring. Weight of the Alexandrite, the diamonds and metal type are all stamped on the inside of the band. Ideally, we would like to see this recut slightly to improve the brilliance and create perhaps a better color change, but there is not sufficient material in the pavilion to keep the outer dimensions and therefore continue to have it as the center gemstone in this ring. Natural Alexandrite has gone up dramatically in the past few years. What is on the market typically hasn't been thrilling us due to size, being overly dark, poor cutting, clarity issues and especailly pricing. Regardless of how poor we feel Natural Alexandrite faceted gems might be out there, they continue to sell and at high prices. There is a color change in this center gem, but as always, one needs the right wavelengths in order to a change and not all are dramatic changes. This does go form a variation of green to a sort purple. We have a price on this entire ring where on the current market you couldn't purchase just the Alexandrite. It is also a plus that it is set in a Platinum ring and have almost one and a quarter carats worth of diamonds! Just to set this piece with all the gemstones is a costly undertaking. Alexandrite, Ruby and a few other gemstones can be quite a challenge to obtain accurate color regardless of the device being used. Unfortunately, though we sometimes believe we have obtained a good shot with accurate color, when the photo is transferred to another device or even uploaded to a website, the color can be quite different from what the eye sees or the original photo. With websites, some of this is based on the codecs that different websites use, and with devices, it is frequently related to what people has selected for color display, etc. (rs-24a-01) $18500 (Due to the wides range of wholesale prices and qualities of Natural Alexandrite seen in the trade currently, it is difficult to determine the estimated retail price for this piece; however, at this price, the Platinum Ring and Diamonds might be a freebie as the center Alexandrite might be selling elsewhere at the price for this whole ring!)
|*** Two Indredibly Dark Aquamarines ***
Most in the trade would think these are blue Topaz or Zircon, Possibly Tourmaline.
Selling at wholesale prices seen in Tucson!
|A - 1.82ct Trilliant Deep Blue Aquamarine (gp-24-01) $2184
|B - A large pear shape weighing 3.97ct - origin is Madagascar, which has some incredibly deeply colored Aquamarines, including a cushion shape that we have in inventory that is so deep blue, most don't recognize it as Aqua and might be one of the most saturated blues seen in the trade (and without grey as a modifier!) Photo doesn't do this gem justice - the color is actually more saturated in person than the photo shows...(prigem-24-01) $5955
|A - Matched Pair of Glowing Blue 7mm Tanzanites (hmytgm-24-01a) $1440
|B - Matched Pair of Glowing Blue 8mm Tanzanites (hmytgm-24-01b) $2449
|*** Very Deep Pink Topaz ***
Seldom Seen in this Saturation
We hope to send these to AGL shortly for GemID to verify origin of color/td>
|A - Deep Pink Topaz, 3.68ct Pear. Gemstone purchased from a jewelry store who bought these many decades ago. (ajay-24-01a) $7360
|B - Deep Pink Topaz, 3.78ct Pear. Gemstone purchased from a jewelry store who bought these many decades ago. (ajay-24-01b) $7560
|A - Neony Pink Oval Sapphire weighing 1.53cts, from Madagascar and Unheated. Photo does not capture the brilliance or true color. (egl-24-01) $3060
|B - Triliant Sapphire, Unheated, 2.11ct Blue-Purple. Selling at the wholesale seen in Tucson 2024. (blgj-24-01) $3904
|A - A Vibrant Glowing Chrome Tourmaline Trilliant weighing 1.08cts. (ik-24-04)
SOLD! (Purchased by a Goldsmith Who Knows Colored Gems and a Good Buy!
|B - This 3.12ct Round Tourmaline hails from a very important source in Blue Green Tourmaline - Namibia. This country has produced some incredible colors and gems, including this one. The photo does not do this justice - the color is essentially a deep green with hints/flashes of blue. Another must see gem in person in order to truly appreciate! (agc-24-01) $3120
|Estimated 9ct Checkerboard Tanzanite Estate Ring - 1/2+ troy ounce Gold and Diamonds!
|An Estate Piece with a large estimated 9ct Checkerboard Tanzanite in a 16gram 14kt yellow gold ring (that is
over 1/2 a troy ounce), brushed gold on the sides, highly polished elsewhere, with 6 diamonds weighing an approximate
total of 42pts (0.42cts) and approximately VS and white. Could be worn by either a man or woman - but would be large on
some hands. It is approximately a size 7. We have obtained a faceting diagram of a similar checkerboard design and have used
that information to estimate the weight of the Tanzanite - and it does indeed come out to be about 9 carats as was indicated to
us initially. This can easily be sized, but if it is going up a size or more, the gemstone will have to be removed during the process.
It can be sized perhaps slightly up or down without removal. Our recommendation is to wear it as is if possible.
We have also made some calculations on what the retail price of this would be in a store, and have used similar products found on the Stuller website to make these calculations - and they appear below. We have also calculated the estimated cost to create this piece for a customer at the All That Glitters pricing which is always less than retail.
Estimated Retail Calculations Show Pricing to be:
Tanzanite - $16,000 (see image grab further below)
Gold Ring (based on $2,040/t.oz) - $3,700
Diamonds - $700
Cost to Set - $400 (rough estimate - difficult technique to set both the Tanzanite and the flush surface diamonds)
All That Glitters Calculation to Reproduce for Retail Customer:
Tanzanite - $6,300 (Visit our Tanzanite page to view our Tanzanite Pricing)
Gold Ring (based on $2,040/t.oz) - $2,500
Diamonds - $470
Cost to Set - $268 (rough estimate - difficult technique to set both the Tanzanite and the flush surface diamonds)
All That Glitters Savings: $11,262
Retail prices might vary, but the calculations for the gold ring, diamonds and cost to set should be pretty accurate. The price of the Tanzanite could vary. We estimated the price per carat from All That Glitters to be $700/ct - for a larger gem and nice color, this is a great price.
If ring is not sold in a certain timeframe, we will consider recovering the gold content, using the diamonds on future projects and selling the Tanzanite as a loose gem.
|GIA CERTED/Laser Inscribed 1.06ct Diamond, VVS2/J - Estate Engagement/Wedding Band
|An Estate Piece consisting of both the Engagement Ring and Wedding Band.
One doesn't have to keep these pieces intact - the important gemstone in these two pieces is the Center Diamond -
Remove that and put into any ring you wish and use the other diamonds as accents.
The Center Diamond is VVS2 in clarity, so extremely HIGH on the Grading Scale. The color is J which is still white but showing some color. It is GIA Certed - so you have no issues knowing the Clarity, Color, Dimensions, Weight, Cutting, Polish and other nfo. You know that the Diamond is the one in the cert, as on the girdle it has the GIA Cert Number etched by laser!
14 karat white gold engagement ring, set with a cushion modified brilliant cut diamond , weighing 1.06ct, of J color and VVS2 clarity, that is laser inscribed and accompanied by a GIA certification #2155377248. Recent measurements estimate the center diamond is accented by approx. 0.74 ct. total weight of round brilliant cut diamonds, of SI clarity or better and of white color. Accompanied by a 10 karat white gold wedding band that is set with more round brilliant cut diamonds - these diamonds are numerous but insignificant in size compared to those around the main diamond in the engagement ring and is a nice match and enhances the engagement ring; nice to have the wedding band available too! Ring size 4 approx (will remeasure if necessary upon request, but can be sized if desired or dis-assembled to create another ring/band if desired - the important gemstone is the 1.06ct GIA Certed Diamond!
Note that since we have dealt with colored gemstones for over 43 years now, and sometimes deal with diamonds (we mandate GIA Certs for all diamonds we sell), we are unfamiliar with retail pricing in either colored gems or diamonds - so did a google search for Retail price of GIA Certed Modified Cushion Brilliant, J Color, VVS2 clarity. We came up with the info via AI and we did a screen grab. Regardless of how many times we did this, we could only get a quote on a VS2 clarity and not a VVS2 clarity which is two full steps higher in clarity. The high end for retail for just the diamond would therefore probably be in the $6700 ballpark as estimated from what was seen on line; that is for the diamond only, not the gold engagement and wedding band or small diamond melee.
We have what we feel is a good price for this piece - which does not only include the major center diamond, but the two gold settings and associated diamonds.
(wsan-23-01A) ONLY $4,100
Note that the clarity described in this screen grab is Two Clarity Grades LOWER than the diamond noted here.
|GIA Diamond Cert
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 visible.
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