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Nice to be missed. Every time I go to your site to see your latest and greatest someone else beats me no the trigger. Your facet work is wonderful.
Sorry I posted a link to a Paraiba International Stone that said slightly oiled I thought that was what you were talking about.
I went into NYC yesterday and stopped by Paraiba International and saw this one. I was one of the cleanest and brightest Emerald I had ever seen...
I agree. Some inclusions help the stone but some people want no inclusions, so I wanted to point them out.
Very nice color
That one has good color but is included. Hence the $79 price for a 2 ct spess
Congratulations and nice job on the ring
The good part is he did mention the GIA Cert and number so they could not replace it with gravel. If the cert gives more details on the stone the...
Right now but probably not in the future. At the rate of development not not that far off.
I would currently stay away from flawless diamonds. They are now synthetics and they are getting better. It's like a 3 ct Mozambique Ruby that...
Actually that is not a bad price at about $600/ct IF it actually looks like that in all lighting. And you NEED IT
If they throw them away after return please let me know the address of the dumpsite. :lol:
31.95 Ct Mozambique after I had Gene Flanigan of Precision Heat the a Purple Violet stone
30.13 Ct Purple Mozambique
14.69 CTW Purple Mozambique.
A 2.52 Ct Mozambique I sold for $5,500 about 10 years ago
This is a pair of 4.04 CTW Brazilian Stones I stupidly sold about 12 years ago for $18,000
Afghan emeralds were sold as Chivor Mine
Greenish blue is bluer than bluish green. Most Real Brazilian Paraiba Tourmaline have slight I visible inclusions. I have owned many over the years.
Years ago Afghan Emeralds were purchased and shipped to Columbia and sold as columbian.
Arthur Groom in Ridgewood NJ is known for Emeralds. He also developed the Excel treatment for Emeralds which is a reversible process. He has even...
I found that Brazilian Greenish Blue Paraiba look more green in photo's. Did it look bluer to you in person? Also when a small stone is magnified...
I paid $12,000 in 2000 for a 1.56 ct Brazilian Paraiba. Yes it glows more but now that one is $15,000 to $20,000 a carat. A 5 ct Brazilian is at...
The mint garnet on Litnon is not mine and I never owned it. I do know Michael very well and do send people to him if he has something I know...
The mint garnet is not mine. I mention the ones that are not mine
Most Brazilian Paraiba tourmaline are heated to get that neon color. The best start at dark and the color of blue ink in a Bic pen. So you never...
No it’s not included
I know I used to buy the largest good color stones of almost anything I could find. I have sold off most of my collection but still have a few....
Pic of my 12.8 ct spinel I rediscovered after years missing after moving. The pic was taken in my car in indirect light.