Date: 6/22/2005 2:36:40 PMAuthor: Richard M. Next time I put my designer hat on I''ll check out yellow and orangeish diamonds to see if they''re complementary.
Date: 6/22/2005 2:36:40 PMAuthor: Richard M.... But I''m also thinking in terms of small pearls if the right colors/shapes can be found.
Date: 6/22/2005 3:58:41 PMAuthor: Richard W. WiseYingh,Excellent photo, who took it?
Date: 6/22/2005 4:00:49 PMAuthor: Richard M. I'd like to investigate some of the luscious new pearl colors available in Chinese freshwaters.
Date: 6/22/2005 5:35:09 AMAuthor: Richard W. WiseAll,Images are difficult but I do like the ones Richrd M. has posted. They provide a very good illustration of bunt orange and reddish orange hues. So, if you take mine and his two you have a pretty good range of hues. I think the reddish stones are under appreciated. Besides Nigeria and Namibia you can find the occasional reddish stone in Brazil but, the stone is rare in that country and they tend to ask a high price. I am usually able to purchase a few 4mm round Namibian stones from a friend who lives in Windhoek. I make them into ear studs and you can see them across the room.Movie Zombie, I think a professional photo of your stone is in order. It is, just about the finest spessartite I have ever seen. So, I''ll be glad to do that if you like.
Date: 6/22/2005 6:00:42 PMAuthor: movie zombieyingh, i''m with richard re your photo of your red spess! fabulous....so fabulous in fact that i want a really red spess for sure now....want to part with yours?! details please: carats, dimensions, where you got it, etc. i, too, like the idea that its has yet to see the price of orange spess....but i simply love that color, also.
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