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GemsNY.com Reviews | PriceScope Forum

Welcome and thank you for your review. I hope you don't mind that my opinion is different from yours. Gemstones aren't like diamonds; to get a fine quality stone within a month means either overpaying or sacrificing another C like colour, size, cut or treatment.
Welcome and thank you for your review. I hope you don't mind that my opinion is different from yours. Gemstones aren't like diamonds; to get a fine quality stone within a month means either overpaying or sacrificing another C like colour, size, cut or treatment.
Welcome and thank you for your review. I hope you don't mind that my opinion is different from yours. Gemstones aren't like diamonds; to get a fine quality stone within a month means either overpaying or sacrificing another C like colour, size, cut or treatment.

Has anybody got real deal in NR Auctions of ...

Genuine gems of good quality usually cost in the hundreds if not thousands of dollars. Most people who buy gems wouldn’t go near the likes of JTV, NR Gem Auctions or most eBay sellers because we appreciate that if they aren’t fake or synthetic they will be highly treated and/or low quality.
Genuine gems of good quality usually cost in the hundreds if not thousands of dollars. Most people who buy gems wouldn’t go near the likes of JTV, NR Gem Auctions or most eBay sellers because we appreciate that if they aren’t fake or synthetic they will be highly treated and/or low quality.
Genuine gems of good quality usually cost in the hundreds if not thousands of dollars. Most people who buy gems wouldn’t go near the likes of JTV, NR Gem Auctions or most eBay sellers because we appreciate that if they aren’t fake or synthetic they will be highly treated and/or low quality.

Have you really got an Alexandrite? Read this first ...

Have you really got an Alexandrite? Read this first! Thread starter LD; ... synthetic corundum was used in place of genuine gemstones. The science of imitating Alexandrite has of course advanced and flux grown Alexandrite is very common (and looks very much like the real thing) and also Czochralski Alexandrite that tends to be quite teal ...
Have you really got an Alexandrite? Read this first! Thread starter LD; ... synthetic corundum was used in place of genuine gemstones. The science of imitating Alexandrite has of course advanced and flux grown Alexandrite is very common (and looks very much like the real thing) and also Czochralski Alexandrite that tends to be quite teal ...
Have you really got an Alexandrite? Read this first! Thread starter LD; ... synthetic corundum was used in place of genuine gemstones. The science of imitating Alexandrite has of course advanced and flux grown Alexandrite is very common (and looks very much like the real thing) and also Czochralski Alexandrite that tends to be quite teal ...

What do you think of this tanzanite set? | PriceScope Forum

Like all coloured gems there are a ton of synthetics out there and at those sizes, genuine tanzanite would be in the thousands per gem. If they are thousands, you definitely want certification. Btw, most tanzanite is heat treated to create the violet blue colour. ... We NEVER accept paid reviews and take great pride in providing honest opinions ...
Like all coloured gems there are a ton of synthetics out there and at those sizes, genuine tanzanite would be in the thousands per gem. If they are thousands, you definitely want certification. Btw, most tanzanite is heat treated to create the violet blue colour. ... We NEVER accept paid reviews and take great pride in providing honest opinions ...
Like all coloured gems there are a ton of synthetics out there and at those sizes, genuine tanzanite would be in the thousands per gem. If they are thousands, you definitely want certification. Btw, most tanzanite is heat treated to create the violet blue colour. ... We NEVER accept paid reviews and take great pride in providing honest opinions ...

Buying Rubies in Myanmar - need help | Page 2 | PriceScope ...

Buying Rubies in Myanmar - need help Discussion in 'Colored Gemstones' started by lawnmower79, Jun ... your jeweller/vendor calls in the ruby for you to review. If you don't like it, he will return the ruby on your behalf. ... you'll see a lot more fine and genuine gems in the Dymocks building or even the QVB than is likely on a trip to ...
Buying Rubies in Myanmar - need help Discussion in 'Colored Gemstones' started by lawnmower79, Jun ... your jeweller/vendor calls in the ruby for you to review. If you don't like it, he will return the ruby on your behalf. ... you'll see a lot more fine and genuine gems in the Dymocks building or even the QVB than is likely on a trip to ...
Buying Rubies in Myanmar - need help Discussion in 'Colored Gemstones' started by lawnmower79, Jun ... your jeweller/vendor calls in the ruby for you to review. If you don't like it, he will return the ruby on your behalf. ... you'll see a lot more fine and genuine gems in the Dymocks building or even the QVB than is likely on a trip to ...

Show Me the Bling! (Rings,Earrings,Jewelry) | Page 4 ...

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How can you tell if alexandrite is real/natural or lab ...

The colour change in fine alexandrite should be from a teal-green in daylight to a rasperry in incandescent light. A lot of 'Alexandrites' - especially the bargain ones in junk shops and the ones left to you by your great grandmother - are in fact synthetic colour-change corundum (sapphires) and tend to be a change from a blue-purple to a purple-pink.
The colour change in fine alexandrite should be from a teal-green in daylight to a rasperry in incandescent light. A lot of 'Alexandrites' - especially the bargain ones in junk shops and the ones left to you by your great grandmother - are in fact synthetic colour-change corundum (sapphires) and tend to be a change from a blue-purple to a purple-pink.
The colour change in fine alexandrite should be from a teal-green in daylight to a rasperry in incandescent light. A lot of 'Alexandrites' - especially the bargain ones in junk shops and the ones left to you by your great grandmother - are in fact synthetic colour-change corundum (sapphires) and tend to be a change from a blue-purple to a purple-pink.

Show Me the Bling! (Rings,Earrings,Jewelry) | Page 8 ...

Show Me the Bling! (Rings,Earrings,Jewelry) Brag shamelessly about your Bling, engagement, anniversary or any other ring here. Pictures are mandatory! No simulants please - only genuine gemstones. No Pearls either.
Show Me the Bling! (Rings,Earrings,Jewelry) Brag shamelessly about your Bling, engagement, anniversary or any other ring here. Pictures are mandatory! No simulants please - only genuine gemstones. No Pearls either.
Show Me the Bling! (Rings,Earrings,Jewelry) Brag shamelessly about your Bling, engagement, anniversary or any other ring here. Pictures are mandatory! No simulants please - only genuine gemstones. No Pearls either.

How to tell if gem is real from a glance | PriceScope Forum

You may need laboratory testing to confirm if such gems are natural or man made. It is best to buy from a reputable source to ensure you are getting a genuine natural gem rather than a modern, fancy and marvellous man made replica.
You may need laboratory testing to confirm if such gems are natural or man made. It is best to buy from a reputable source to ensure you are getting a genuine natural gem rather than a modern, fancy and marvellous man made replica.
You may need laboratory testing to confirm if such gems are natural or man made. It is best to buy from a reputable source to ensure you are getting a genuine natural gem rather than a modern, fancy and marvellous man made replica.
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